Blank 2016 primary reports and tables now available in interactive RAISEonline
Ahead of the release of 2016 unvalidated data next week, RAISEonline now displays all new 2016 reports and tables within the interactive section of the system. Please be aware that no reports in RAISEonline currently contain 2016 data.
If you click on any of these reports before the release of the 2016 unvalidated data, the message below will appear:
There is no school data for 2016.
As key stage 1 and key stage 2 will use the new accountability measures, no historic data will be shown, however, you can find pre-2016 data in the ‘KS1 historical data only’ and ‘KS2 historical data only’ folders within the tree view.
The ‘2016 primary functional release - report list’ document located in the in the RAISEonline library under the ‘Training materials to support your understanding of RAISEonline’ folder will give you additional information on the new tree
Release dates for key stage 1 and key stage 2 unvalidated data and phonics data
The key stage 1, key stage 2 and phonics data will be published as follows:
- interactive reports – available from 9am on Friday 21 October 2016
- summary reports – available from 9am on Tuesday 25 October 2016
- inspection dashboards – by end of October 2016.
The 2016 key stage 1 unvalidated reports will reflect the data received by the Department for Education (DfE) by the collection deadline.
The 2016 key stage 2 unvalidated data in RAISEonline will not reflect the outcome of amendments requested by schools during the annual performance tables’ checking exercise. Schools that want to produce a report which takes these into account,
can use the ‘data management’ function in RAISEonline to make local amendments and produce a ‘school’s own’ report. Information on how to do this can be found in the RAISEonline
Question level analysis (QLA)
We would like to remind both primary and secondary schools that the QLA data from 2016 key stage 2 tests is available within RAISEonline.
Please check the latest news article from 2 September 2016 for detailed information about QLA.
RAISEonline password reset reminder
To prevent any issues with accessing your RAISEonline reports in the peak period when the 2016 unvalidated data is released, you are encouraged to check your account now to ensure your login details work.
If you are unable to log in, please use the automated reset facility in the first instance and your password will be emailed to you without delay. This can be accessed by clicking the
Forgotten your password? link just under the login boxes. If you cannot reset your password through this facility, please contact your RAISEonline administrator as detailed on the ‘Forgotten
your password’ page.
If you have any queries that cannot be resolved via the support material in the RAISEonline library, please click the ‘Contact us’ link from any page of RAISEonline or email