Since 2006, we have specialised in ASP (formerly RAISEonline) and Fischer Family Trust Consultancy and Training for all schools and local authorities, analysing your school’s performance and progress data together with your staff.
Our mission is to provide quality and multifaceted consultancy in education and training in Early Years settings, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Special Schools, Church Schools and Independent Schools.
ASP training and consultancy sessions can be personalised to support the professional development needs of your school team and offer consultancy support to Head Teachers, Deputy Head Teachers, Senior Management Teams, Subject Leaders, SENCO’s, Gifted and Talented Leaders, Class teachers, Newly Qualified Teachers, Learning Support Assistants and Governors.
We are here to support you with using tools such as ASP, Ofsted IDSR’s, Excel, FFT and MIS Systems as well as provide guidance for Governing Bodies, creating your school’s data story, EYFS, SEN, Gifted and Talented, Leadership and Management, School Improvement and Ofsted Preparation.
You can select your audience – Training can be 1:1 for Headteachers and Deputies, for particular focus groups or whole staff teams.
Analyse School Performance Training
We are committed to working with all stakeholders in education to help improve the quality of education, the standards achieved by pupils and the learning environment for children and young people.
We firmly believe that wise investment in staff training and development is one of the most effective means of sustaining school and organisational improvement.
Training is delivered through STAT Solutions Ltd, who have provided Statistical Data Analysis and consultancy services to Local Authorities since 2004.
STAT Solutions Ltd consultancy service also provide high-quality management information to support the Local Authority, OFSTED, LA Inspection, the Annual Performance Assessment and the Joint Area Review.
Services offered by STAT Solutions Ltd.:
• To gather data for statutory data returns, particularly school performance data.
• To devise systems for the collection, entry and verification of data to provide an accurate and timely base for research, planning, monitoring, reporting and the processing of returns
• To analyse and present data using appropriate statistical techniques and tools (Excel, SPSS etc), in particular, to support the assessment of the effectiveness of institutions and the target setting process
• To liaise with schools on data transfer
• To contribute to the production of School Performance Profiles, in particular, to design and process validation and verification checks.
• To liaise with government departments and other agencies on data requirements.
• To produce reports within agreed deadlines
• To advise Headteachers and other managers on the innovative use of performance data to support the target-setting process
• To organise and undertake data entry onto computer of large complex datasets within deadline
• To set up easily accessible and maintainable summaries of institution, borough and area-level data to facilitate fast responses to enquiries
• To analyse social trends, demographic, census, ACORN/IDAC and related statistical data and present this as management information, contributing towards the posting of electronic files on the extranet and Frontier.
• To assist in the collection, maintenance, validation, data-cleansing programming and reporting of pupil-level data as arises from linking information-sharing systems with other agencies or directorates through the implementation of the Common Assessment Framework (CAF).
• To produce statistical algorithms based on analysis of central dataset and contribute towards a programme of ‘modelling risk’ in seeking prior identification of groups of pupils at risk of social inclusion and under-achievement.
• To produce area profiling & thematic mapping to aid joint service provision through priorities outlined in the Children & Young People’s Plan.
• To undertake projects agreed with the Research Manager
• To produce Contextual Progress and Attainment scores by vulnerable pupils.
• To produce Contextual Value Added scores by vulnerable pupils.
• To analyse Fixed Term and Permanent Exclusions by the characteristics of excluded pupils such as age, gender, ethnicity etc.
Company Registration No: 04890386, England.
b>If you would like to know more about our services or have a comment or suggestions please email us: at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Q. What is Analyse School Performance (ASP)?
A. ASP data analysis tool provided by the Government for use by schools, LAs, School Improvement Partners (SIPs) and Ofsted inspectors from September 2017. ASP will enable you to: examine context, attendance, attainment and progress data for your previous students.
Q. How do I access ASP?
A. The new package is an internet-based application accessed via a secure log-on system. As it is web-based, users do not need to download or buy any specific hardware or software to access the system. You can access it through the Secure Access Portal. Once you have logged into your secure Access account, you should see it in your list of applications, you will then need to log in using the same username and password.
If the application is not on your list, you will need to contact your schools Secure Access Approver to provide you with access. If you do not have a known Secure Access Approver within the school you will need to contact Secure Access directly.
Q. Who can access ASP?
A. Each school is provided with a Secure Access Approver, who has the administrative rights to grant access to any further Secure Access User within the school. If you are a teacher or a Governor and want to access this information, you will need to contact the Secure Access Approver. If you do not have a known Secure Access Approver within the school you will need to contact Secure Access directly.
Q. How does ASP fit with Ofsted’s inspection arrangements?
A. The inspection arrangements require schools to make judgments about their areas that require improvement and provide evidence to back up what they say.
Q. What kind of information will I be using in ASP?
A. ASP allows the interactive examination of data at the school, group, pupil and question level for pupils at Key Stages 1 to 4. KS5 can access their Inspection Data Summary Report through this portal. Grouping and filtering features will allow users to explore their own hypotheses. Where data is not centrally available, schools will be able to import it into the system themselves.
Q. What opportunities will there be for evaluating pupil progress with ASP?
A. ASP provides the opportunity to look at progress. Alongside this, the system will allow analysis of conversion information. It will allow access to the Inspection Data Summary Report (IDSR). You can attend our training courses for support and guidance on how to interpret and analyse this data to create your next step action plans.
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Statement of Intent: Information Security Policy
The Policy of Stat Solutions Ltd / TA ASP Training is on a continuing basis to exercise due care and due diligence to protect Information Systems from unauthorised access, use, disclosure, destruction, modification, disruption or distribution. This will ensure that our reputation with our clients and all related interested parties are maintained through confidentiality, integrity and availability.
Management will ensure business, legal, regulatory requirements and contractual security obligations are taken into account. Risk Assessments against agreed criteria is continually undertaken.
The Management Team bears the responsibility for establishing and maintaining the system and undertakes to ensure its integrity is maintained through instruction, policies and training of its staff and that each employee has a proper understanding of what is required of them.
Equally every employee has a personal responsibility to maintain this integrity.
Further, the Management will ensure any subcontractor employed for a particular function will meet the requirements specified and accept responsibility for their actions.
The company has a Policy of Continual Improvement and Objective setting in line with the ISO 27001:2013 Standard requirements.
Objectives and Targets are set to meet the requirements of this policy and are reviewed regularly at management reviews. The policy will be made available to interested parties as appropriate.
The Information Security Management System will be monitored regularly under the Management Team’s ultimate responsibility with regular reporting of the status and effectiveness at all levels.
Stat Solutions Ltd. has developed a reputation as one of the leading companies for Education Data analysis support and is dedicated to protecting all data provided.
For the purpose of the Data Protection Legislation, the data controller is Stat Solutions trading as RAISEonline Training, Analyse School Performance (ASP) Training® and ASSET for Schools of 225 Marsh Wall, Angel House, Canary Wharf, London E14 9FW. The data subject is the individual whose data is being processed. The Data Protection Officer is the Assistant Manager of the company who can be contacted on 0207 183 8357, option 5 and email@example.com
We are a registered company (no. 04890386).
We are committed to keeping your information secure and take the privacy of all data extremely serious and are ISO 27001 Certified.
This Privacy Notice covers
- How we collect your personal data
- What personal data we collect
- Our legal basis for processing
- How we use this personal data
- How we store it
- How long we keep it
- Who it is shared with
- Data Transfers
- How we delete it
- Your rights as a data subject
- Subject Access Request
- Links to other websites
- Contact Information
How we collect your personal data
We can collect your personal data through the following communication channels;
- Booking Form, Contact Form, Online Chat, Surveys
- The data collected through the Booking Form Contact Form, Online Chat, Surveys will be provided by the data subject with consent.
- Telephone, Email, Social Media, Postal
- The data collected through Telephone, Email, Social Media, Postal will be placed into our system through our booking form. The data subject will be informed of processing data as well as sent an email or letter to identify the storing and processing of data as well as their rights.
- The data collected through cookies is with consent. For more information, please see our Cookies Policy.
- Through an external company i.e Recruitment websites
- The data we collect through external companies will be stored with those companies or securely in our internal system, in one location as identified in our procedures.
What personal data we collect
Stat Solutions Ltd. may collect the following data:
- Job Title
- School Name
- School URN
- Contact Telephone Number
- Contact Email Address
- Invoice Email Address
- How you heard about us (for Marketing Analysis Purposes)
- What MS Office Version Used
- Preferred Course or Demonstration Date and/or Time
- other information relevant to customer surveys and/or offers
- Recorded Phone Calls
Please note, personal data is defined as any data that can identify an individual. The personal data we may hold would include the data subject’s name, job title and/or email address.
Following the purchase of any products or the attendance of any training, demonstration, webinar, meeting or further service, we may request for feedback. The feedback is not anonymous so that we can contact you should you request for further support or if we would like to resolve any queries.
When the data subject is an applicant or a vacant or not vacant role, the data we collect will include the information on your CV/Cover Letter including name, contact information and previous and/or current education and/or work experience. We may ask for additional information within a form of a survey. If CV’s are downloaded they are all stored in one place and dated the download date. Successful applicants will need to provide NI number, Tax code, Student Finance plan (if applicable), Bank details, full address and emergency contact information etc.
Our legal basis for processing
We will only process data for the purpose of providing an individual with the most relevant information, products or services. Our organisation’s legal basis for processing data is when it has been obtained voluntarily or through consent. Should our purpose for processing your data change, you will be notified.
All information collected and processed will be relevant to your interest/booking or to supply you with the right information regarding new products, services or documentation etc.
All calls are recorded for monitoring and training purposes. This is stated on our automated voice recording that each person will hear when they call the organisation. They may be produced to the data controller upon request or with regards to a query.
How we use this personal data
We require this information to understand your needs and provide you with a better service, and in particular for the following reasons:
- Internal record keeping
- To improve our products and services
- To ensure you receive information regarding the most relevant products, services and special offers
- To ensure delegates receive all information and reminders regarding their purchases and updates on our legal obligations when necessary
- Contacting you from time to time for market research purposes. We may contact you by email, phone, fax or mail. We may use the information to customise our websites according to your interests.
- To build up marketing profiles, to aid strategic development, to manage our relationship with advertisers and to audit usage of the Sites.
- Additional information may be collected from your school website or by contacting the school or the Data Subject directly. The information includes the school phase, an alternative email address, reason for interest or booking, more information about your job role etc.
- For the courses, we share (via email) name, school name, role, telephone number and email with consultants who deliver training so that they can prepare for the training course. These details are also printed and sent via post in the form of personalised training materials.
- We will not sell, distribute or lease your personal information to third parties unless we have your permission or are required by law to do so. We may use your personal information to send you promotional information about third parties which we think you may find interesting if you tell us that you wish this to happen.
You can revoke your consent at any time by sending your written requests via email or post.
How we store it
We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect.
We are ISO 27001 certified and Cyber Essentials Certified, a few of our security measures in our UK based office includes but is not limited to;
- Outer Building fob key access and monitored concierge desk
- Office Pin Code and fob key access
- Separate designated and logged fob key access to our server rooms
- BitLocker passcodes on all PC’s (Management or IT must log in each PC before use on a daily basis)
- All users have individual password access and limited access to only suitable files
- Group Policy determines and logs the use of IT equipment including 30-seconds lock
- Firewall and Norton Antivirus across all PC’s
- All ports are disabled for non-authorised personal (management)– meaning no external drives can be used
- Only administrator account can enable updates, software downloads and more
All data is stored in UK Office, our server is backed up twice a day and a further back-up on a Naas Server and External UK Hosting.
Details from a form or website are downloaded, they are all stored in one place in our system and dated the download date. Otherwise, they will remain on the website.
Email addresses are kept on our email marketing database so that we can keep a track of the status of the email as well as send emails to those who have consented to receive emails i.e. by subscribing to our mailing list. If you no longer wish to receive our emails, your email address will be kept in our systems in the form of a blacklist so that we do not contact you in the future.
You can revoke consent at any time by clicking the unsubscribe button.
How long we keep it
We will keep your personal data on our records for an ongoing period for the reasons mentioned above, as long as you (the data subject) give consent for us to do so. If you no longer want us to keep your personal data, it is your right to request for its removal at any time, providing you have a legitimate reason.
CV’s are kept ongoing. Successful applicants will provide further details which are disposed of after 5 years excluding information needed for referencing purposes.
Who it is shared with
Your personal data will never be shared with any third parties or internationally, nor will it be accessible to any unauthorised persons as we have secure encryption and password controls in place to limit access to personal records.
For the courses, we share (via email) name, school name, role, telephone number and email with consultants who deliver training so that they can prepare for the training course. These details are also printed and sent via post in the form of personalised training materials. All consultants have signed contracts and NDA’s which specifically indicate the importance of data security.
All of our data is the process and stored in the UK only and no transfers to further countries will occur. Should this change, you will be updated immediately.
How we delete it
In certain circumstances, you have the right to have your data deleted or ‘forgotten’. In order to delete your personal data from our records, you must request either verbally or in writing. Once we have received this, we will confirm that the request is to be put forward to the DPO for Approval. The DPO will consider the deletion and ensure it will not affect any other data subject. If it is, the request will be rejected. Should the data not affect a further data subject, it is confirmed for deletion. All data will be deleted within this request excluding the email address. This will be placed on a blacklist for our records.
Data is deleted manually from all databases at the stated time. Our backup servers are updated automatically daily and this is when the backup servers will too have the data deleted.
Your rights as a data subject
The GDPR provides the following rights for individuals.
- The right to be informed
- The right of access
- The right to rectification
- The right to erasure (the right to be forgotten)
- The right to restrict processing
- The right to data portability
- The right to object
- Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.
1. The right to be informed
You have the right to be given information on how and why your personal data is being processed, such as this Privacy Notice. You are entitled to request this information both before and after providing consent to us, free of charge.
2. The right of access
You have the right to access your personal data at any time (this is called a Subject Access Request). You are entitled to receive confirmation that your data is being processed, have access to your personal data and information on how and why your data is processed. This right allows you to be aware of and confirm that we are processing your data legitimately.
3. The right to rectification
You have the right to have your personal data amended if it is inaccurate or incomplete. It is your right to have your request for rectification responded to within a month.
4. The right to erasure (the right to be forgotten)
You have the right to request the deletion or removal of your personal data, but only where there is no persuasive reason for its continued processing. For example, you may request to have your data deleted/removed if your personal data is no longer necessary for the purpose it was originally collected/processed.
5. The right to restrict processing
You have the right to stop your personal data from being processed any further. This means that we are able to store your personal data, but not process it. We shall keep just enough information about you to make sure we can keep your restriction in place from this point on. (See Emails as an example of this scenario).
6. The right to data portability
This right only applies to personal data you give to a controller (anyone who determines the reasons and ways of processing personal data), where your personal data is being processed because you have given consent or for the performance of a contract and when processing is carried out automatically.
7. The right to object
You have the right to object to processing based on legitimate interests or the performance of a task in the public interest/exercise of official authority (including profiling), direct marketing (including profiling) and processing for purposes of scientific/historical research and statistics. You have the right to withdraw consent at any time.
8. Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling
You have the right to request for reconsideration of your applications or request should a decision be made through an automated process.
The information above has been sourced from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). For their full guide to rights for individuals under the GDPR, please visit: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/individual-rights/
If you have a complaint about the way your personal data is being processed or for any other reason relating to your personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
The supervisory authority is the Information Commissioners Office, you can contact them on 0303 123 1113 or via their other methods of communication: https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/.
Subject Access Requests
As per your right of access, you are entitled to request to see your personal data that is stored in our records. In order to do this, you must send us your request in writing, so that we may be able to tell you whether any of your personal data is being processed, provide you with a description of your personal data, the reasons for which it is being processed and whether it will be shared with any other party. You will also be given a copy of this information and the details of where it is available.
Please see our Subject Access Request process for requested access to data.
The information provided within the Data subject access request is different depending on the data we have on you. However, we will happily provide you with all the information excluding internal notes for chasing individuals on pending matters. This can include but is not limited to:
· Job Title
· School Name
· School URN
· Contact Telephone Number
· Contact Email Address
· Invoice Email Address
· How you heard about us (for Marketing Analysis Purposes)
· What MS Office Version Used
· Courses or software interest
· Course attended previously
· Address (school or own)
· Recorded Phone Calls
· Bank, cheque or PayPal Details
· Payment dates and times
· NI, Tax code, student finance plan, bank details, full address and emergency contact details
If you wish to use our Subject Access Request Form to make your request, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 0207 183 8357.
Links to other websites
Our website may contain links to other websites of interest. However, once you have used these links to leave our site, you should note that we do not have any control over that other website. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide whilst visiting such sites and such sites are not governed by this Privacy Notice. You should exercise caution and look at the privacy statement applicable to the website in question.
Changes to our Privacy Notice
If there are any changes to this Privacy Notice, we will notify you via email and it will be updated here.
How to contact us
We are happy to assist you with any request you may have.
225 Marsh Wall
Telephone: 0207 183 8357
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- Save the information you place into our contact forms which is sent to our internal form and email address
- Save the information you place into enquiry/booking forms which is sent to our internal form and email address
- Store Information on how you browse our website
- Measure how you use the website so it can be updated and improved based on your needs
- Measure how many times you visit the site and what pages
The First Party Cookies we use are:
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We do not have any third-party cookies on our site. However, there are Third Party Requests which are cookies for if you leave the page using a particular link on the site or enter the page using google.
The Third-Party Request Cookies we use are:
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To opt out of our cookies, you must go to your setting and delete your cookie history. This may be different depending on the browser you use. If you would like support with this, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Consultancy & Training
ASP & IDSR Primary
ASP & IDSR Secondary
ASP & IDSR Post 16
The School Evaluation Roadshow
Excel for Schools – Beginners
Excel for Data Managers – Advanced
Data Story Course
Fischer Family Trust
School Improvement Consultancy & Training
Data Interpretation Training for Governors
Preparing for OFSTED Consultancy & Training
Early Years Foundation Stage & eProfile
SEN Consultancy and Training
Gifted and Talented Consultancy and Training
Comprehensive Interpretation and Analysis of your ASP / FFT reports
Leadership and Management Consultancy and Training
To make an enquiry about ASSET for Schools or Analyse School Performance Training & Consultancy courses, please call 0844 504 5812 or fill out our Booking / Enquiry form.
If you continue to have issues, please contact us on 0207 183 8357, option 6.