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How to analyse your data using ASP (secondary)
Analysing your performance data is a key part of understanding your school’s attainment and holding senior leaders to account. Read our guide on using Analyse School Performance (ASP) so you know what data is available to you and what to focus on.
We worked with one of our associate education experts, Ben White, to explain how you can use Analyse School Performance (ASP) to assess your secondary school data.
You can log in to Analyse School Performance (ASP) via DfE sign in.
In order to access your school's data, you'll also need to input one of the following:
- Your school's name
- Your URN
- Your Local Authority Establishment Number (LAESTAB)
The landing page and top tab on the left-hand menu focus on the main Key Stage (KS) 4 data. This looks at the headline performance measures, namely:
- Progress 8
- Attainment 8
- The percentage of students achieving grade 5 or above in English and maths
- Percentage entering the English Baccalaureate (EBacc)
- EBacc average point score (EBacc APS)
- Percentage staying in education or employment after KS4
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