As well as a full range of attainment and progress reporting, Pupil Asset also comes with some built in Statutory reports to allow for quick analysis of both individual pupils and key cohorts.
The KS2 report has been built in line with guidance from the DfE and should replicate the data that schools see when they do their DfE Tables Checking exercise.
Progress and Attainment is calculated according to the guidance in the latest ' Primary School Accountability' document.
KS1 baseline data can be auto-calculated and will be derived from pupils' Legacy Level data. This data should automatically be imported via pupils' CTF files. If not, it can manually be entered into the relevant Legacy subjects of Maths, Reading and Writing.
Teacher Assessment data can be inputted straight into Pupil Asset via Results > Results or Results Across Subjects .
Q. Why do the percentages differ in this report to other Pupil Asset reports?
A. The calculations in the KS2 report match those used by the DfE to ensure that the data matches that which is published at a national level. At a national level, nominal scores that are given to children working below the level of the test (BLW) are not used in the average scaled score calculation and used only for progress calculations.
This differs to the rest of Pupil Asset where mean averages are calculated according to the number of pupils included and the results themselves. Unlike the DfE calculations, in Pupil Asset, every child's result is counted in the average.
The KS2 report applies the following criteria as outlined by the DfE: