The web-based system RAISEonline is an acronym for Reporting and Analysis for Improvement through School Self-Evaluation and can be accessed online at www.raiseonline.org. It is an interactive tool produced by Ofsted and the Department for Education to provide interactive analysis of school and pupil performance data. It aims to provide a common set of analyses for schools, local authorities and inspectors. Schools can download a PDF version of their latest summary report from the summary report tab in the reports section of the website. RAISEonline also contains interactive analysis of attainment and progress, contextual information, question level analysis and data management facilities.
Usernames and passwords are provided to schools by Ofsted. If you are unable to log in, please use the automated reset facility in the first instance. This can be accessed by clicking the forgotten your password? link just under the login boxes. If you cannot reset your password through this facility, then contact your RAISEonline administrator within your school or if it is the administrator account that needs resetting contact email@example.com. Please note that the LA does not have the facility to reset school usernames and passwords.
Materials from RAISEonline training courses
RAISEonline training (pdf)
In December 2011 / January 2012 the schools research and statistics team ran a course for primary schools together with colleagues from school effectiveness covering the changes to the summary report and some of the new features in RAISEonline and how to interpret these.
In May 2009, the schools research and statistics team ran a course for schools covering using the question level analysis functionality in RAISEonline.
Question level analysis in RAISEonline (ppt) 2.5mb
How to populate RAISEonline with a pupil level CTF (word)