We have built-in pages for analysing your Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for your assessments. If the pages don't show what you need, you can also:
- Export past statutory DfE assessment marks for analysis
- Report on DfE statutory assessments in the Custom Report Writer - you can also use this to create a bespoke mail merge to parents and guardians if needed using these instructions: Creating a Mail Merge using data from a Custom Report Writer report
Top Tip: Analysis is also available on the MAT MIS: Viewing your schools' DfE Standardised assessment results on the MAT MIS
How to get to the analysis pages
In the DfE assessments area, you can see your KPIs by going to Students > Assessments > DfE Assessments > Analysis. From the left-hand menu, select either:
- Key Stage 1 - this includes Phonics with the % meeting and not meeting the expected standard.
- Key Stage 2 - this includes the Multiplication Tables Check with measures of Mean Average Score (out of 25) and % of student who scored 25.
On certain measures you'll be able to see your National Benchmarking figures.
Select the academic year using the drop-down, and hover over the KPIs for more information.
Click on a measure to drill down into your data.
When does the analysis become available?
Some analysis isn't available until the results have been released by the DfE.
- KS1 - available as soon as you input your data.
- EYFS - available as soon as you input your data.
- Phonics Screening Check - available after the DfE releases the threshold mark for the Phonics Screening Check. In Arbor, student outcomes will automatically appear on the marksheet based on the raw scores you’ve already put in.
- KS2 - Once the DfE releases the results to the Primary Assessment Gateway, you must import them via CTF for the results to show on the analysis pages.
- Multiplication Tables Check (MTC) - Once the DfE releases the results to the Primary Assessment Gateway, you must import them via CTF for the results to show on the analysis pages.
What students is the analysis considering?
You may find that some students' marks are not included in the analysis. We built these pages based on feedback from our schools.