Good exam results: what you should do nextIf you've had successful exam results, you still need to challenge and support senior leaders. Read guidance on what to do on results day, and download our list of questions to ask your headteacher at your next meeting.
Governors' use of dataRead about how governors can use data to support them in their role. We link to guidance from the DfE, Ofsted, and our associate education experts on the uses of data. We also look at how to use data to spot potential issues early on, and whether governors should be given named pupil data.
How to analyse your data using ASP (secondary)Analysing your performance data is a key part of understanding your school’s performance and holding senior leaders to account. Read our guide on using Analyse School Performance (ASP) – the RAISEonline replacement service – so you know what data is available to you and what to focus on.
Poor exam results: what you should do nextIt can be a stressful time for schools when pupils don't achieve the results they expect. Understand what to do on results day, and download our list of questions to challenge and support your headteacher at your next meeting.
Progress 8 explainedProgress 8 can be complicated and confusing. Get up to speed with what it is and what's included in it so you can understand your school's performance data.
Removal of the floor and coasting standardsThe DfE will instead use an Ofsted ‘requires improvement’ judgement as the sole basis for an ‘offer of support’. Read more about the changes and the support that will be available for schools.
Reporting key data to governors: template (primary)Is there a template for reporting key information to governors? We worked with two of our associate education experts to develop a downloadable template for regular reports to governors of primary schools. It includes sections on staff, teaching and the progress and attainment of pupils.