Understanding your school's performance: ASP and performance data tools

"Amazing! Hugely supportive and wide base of knowledge." | Past delegate

This one-day course provides an introduction to Analyse School Performance (ASP). It is not aimed at those who would consider themselves to be advanced users, but instead provides an introduction to the data within ASP and how to interpret it.

With an overview of the structure of ASP and how this data can be used effectively by schools, this course will help participants understand the crucial performance information within ASP, illustrating how it can be used within inspections. Links to the Inspection Data Summary Report (IDSR) will be examined, providing an anonymised version for participants to explore.

The course will also provide an overview of the ASCL data toolkit, demonstrating its powerful features which can be used to accurately diagnose current performance, at whole school level and within individual departments.
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Duncan Baldwin

Deputy Director of Policy

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Peter Kent

Head, Lawrence Sheriff School, Warwickshire (ASCL Past President)

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Delegates will:

  • have greater confidence in analysing reports within ASP
  • understand how Ofsted makes use of the information within ASP and ISDR
  • be able to make use of ASCL's data toolkit to benchmark the performance of a range of departments against national data
  • be able to apply general principles to the data relating to their own school

Suitable for headteachers, deputy headteachers, assistant headteachers, middle leaders, aspiring headteachers, data managers and governors.