Primary Predicted Results Analysis

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We are pleased to confirm that we have processed the data for the Primary Schools that submitted predicted outcomes and analysis and reports are now available for participating schools.

We have produced a single PDF that reports your schools outcomes (for all pupils and aggregated by gender) compared to the Bradford average and the current NCER national average for each Key Stage your school submitted data for.  This report is available to download from the DropBox section of Bradford Schools Online, within the IMT Data Transfer Folder section.

More detailed analysis is also available from Perspective Lite that includes:

  • LA Documents – this section provides individual sections of the PDF report that has been made available in the DropBox section of Bradford Schools Online
  • Reports (Nova) – this section allows you to use a suite of interactive reports to create your own analysis by selecting different filters and aggregation options
  • Analysis (Insight) -  this section provides visual, informative and insightful analysis for your school

The NCER national average isn’t an official national average, therefore please be cautious when comparing against this figure as it only represents the schools/pupils nationally that have participated in this optional service.

Guidance for using Perspective Lite is available here and a simple user guide is available here.  If you require any support with accessing the Perspective Lite account for your school, please contact Angel Solutions on 0845 833 0933 or email

Please note that the Data Dashboard section of Bradford Schools Online will not be updated with the Primary Predicted Outcomes analysis and the analysis will only be available via the systems listed above.

We hope you find the analysis for your school useful and we would like to wish you an enjoyable summer holiday.


Published: 17/07/2020
Audience: Primary Headteachers, Senior Managers and Data Managers
Contact: Jonny Trayer

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