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Baseline assessment results

Posted in Analysing Attainment & Progress, Managing Data

Enter baseline assessment results for your new intake during the autumn term and let CASPA manage these to give you full-year analysis. A baseline assessment for a new pupil may be part-way through the year and you can always use this in CASPA to understand whether that pupil appears to be on track to meet targets.  However, to understand whether a pupil made expected progress across the whole year, you need to start with a result that reasonably represents where the pupil was at the end of the previous year. Read full article

CASPA has moved home

Posted in Managing Data



CASPA has moved home!

16th August 2017

As part of a strategic review, the software development and customer facing teams of SGA Systems have now divided into two separate organisations. SGA Systems Ltd will continue create the CASPA software and RSE Insight Ltd will provide all customer facing services relating to CASPA, with both companies working closely together to support the CASPA community.

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Key Stage reporting in CASPA

Posted in Analysing Attainment & Progress, Features

Schools need to be able to judge progress at many different levels – for individuals, groups of pupils and at the whole-schools level, and also over various periods of time – within a year, one years, more than one year, and across key stages.  Key stage reporting has always, and remains the mainstay of discussions with external agencies such as Ofsted, advisors and SIPs, plus Governing bodies.  Schools also want to compare progress against a range of expectations if possible, including CASPA’s benchmarking, levels, quartiles and compare actual progress and target progress against these benchmarks.

KS Reporting

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