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What is RAISEonline?

RAISEonline - a single source of school data and analysis

RAISEonline (Reporting and Analysis for Improvement through School Self-Evaluation) provides interactive analysis of school and pupil performance data. It replaces the Ofsted Performance and Assessment (PANDA) reports and DCSF’s Pupil Achievement Tracker (PAT).

RAISEonline aims to:

  • enable schools to analyse performance data in greater depth as part of the self-evaluation process
  • provide a common set of analyses for schools, local authorities, inspectors and School Improvement Partners
  • better support teaching and learning.


Features include:

  • reports and analysis covering contextual, attainment and progress for Key stage to Key Stage 4, with interactive features allowing exploration of hypotheses about pupil performance
  • question level analysis, allowing schools to investigate the performance of pupils in various curriculum areas
  • target setting, supporting schools in the process of monitoring, challenging and supporting pupil performance
  • data management facility providing the ability to import and edit pupil level data and create school-defined fields and teaching groups.


RAISEonline login page

Frequently asked questions about RAISEonline

Schools PANDA

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Sixth form PANDA site