Aspire is FFT’s latest reporting and analysis tool for multi-academy trusts and dioceses.
FFT Aspire provides:
* analyses to support self-evaluation
* benchmarking information for target setting and
* dashboards for school to school improvement.
FFT Aspire is interactive and user-friendly. Complex school data is presented in a clear and visual way that can be easily interpreted. Aspire is also used to support users in their preparation for Ofsted inspections and reporting to a wide-range of audiences including Regional School Commissioners, MAT boards and Diocesan boards.
Benefits of FFT Aspire for MATs and Dioceses:
Aggregated dashboards for self-evaluation – designed for senior leaders to compare the performance of their MAT or diocese to national benchmarks. Using a range of attainment and value-added analysis, users can identify strengths and areas for improvement across their schools and subject areas.
Aggregated benchmark reports – view aggregated FFT estimates of future performance for your schools using a range of challenge levels from ‘average’ to ‘very high’ progress.
Access to school dashboards – MATs and dioceses can also access school-level Aspire data for schools currently using FFT Aspire.
Collaborate – create sub-groups of schools within your MAT or diocese and produce your own dashboards for self-evaluation and for sharing data across schools.
2016 Accountability measures – FFT Aspire has been updated to reflect the DfE’s new performance measures.
We’d love to see you and/or a colleague at this free workshop, and hope that you can make it to see how FFT Aspire can support school improvement in your MAT or diocese.
If you have any queries relating to this event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.