Have you downloaded your Primary Summary Evaluation Report?

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Primary schools that have purchased the IMT Service Level Agreement (SLA) can now view and download the new personalised Primary Summary Evaluation Report for their school.

The new Primary Summary Evaluation Report is a 12 page written summary of your schools performance over the 2017-18 academic year, and includes benchmark comparisons to the national averages (where available) and is a useful report to share with Governors and Ofsted.

The Primary Summary Evaluation Report provides a personalised written summary for each of the following categories:

  • Contextual Background
  • Deprivation
  • Attendance
  • Ofsted
  • Early Years Foundation Stage
  • Phonics
  • Key Stage 1
  • Key Stage 2
  • Key Stage 2 Progress

To access your Primary Summary Evaluation Report, sign into Bradford Schools Online and go to the Data Dashboard area as per the example below:

From the Reports widget, select 2018 for the year and Summary Reports as the report type from the drop down options as per the example below:

This report will be updated at the end of the year once the DfE have published revised national averages for 2018.

The report is provided as a Word document to allow schools to edit it for their own use.  Please note that schools that became an academy with a new establishment number won’t have any previous year trend data and will therefore need to edit their report.  Due to the report being automatically generated, some basic formatting might be required to remove page breaks where charts don’t quite fit on a page.

Schools that haven’t purchased the IMT SLA for 2018 can still purchase the IMT SLA which will provide access to the published analysis on Bradford Schools Online.  Please contact Jonny Trayer on 01274 439646 for further information on how to purchase a subscription.  An information leaflet is available here.



Published: 20/07/2018
Audience: All Primary Headteachers, SLT, Data Managers, Business Managers and Secondary Data Managers
Contact: Jonny Trayer

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