“FFT Aspire provides governors with visual, clear and easy-to-understand analysis and a way to verify self-evaluation.”
Bacup Holy Trinity Stacksteads Primary School is a larger-than-average size primary school in Lancashire.
Headteacher John Aspin explains how he uses Aspire at governing, management and subject-leader levels, and why he would recommend it to other schools.
“We use FFT Aspire for useful benchmarking against similar schools, and we can compare our performance with different groups of children.”
The Bridges Federation is made up of two schools: Snowsfields and Tower Bridge. The Federation was formed in February 2014 and became a permanent partnership in September 2015.
Head of School, Sarah Manley, explains how access to FFT Aspire helps the school to compare the data more widely.
“It was easy to set up and provides excellent information, and the website is quick and visually appealing.”
Gillotts is rated as good by Ofsted and has used FFT Aspire for many years.
Heather Evans, Data Management Officer, explains how they use the target setting functionality.
“The leadership team and teachers all use Aspire to set targets, continually analyse performance and discuss next steps in school improvement.”
St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Primary, Sheffield, is a smaller-than-average primary school in Sheffield. It became a voluntary academy in October 2012 and is rated as outstanding.
Head of School Liam Colclough explains why he subscribes to FFT Aspire.
“It’s an extremely efficient tool — the dashboard reports are already there for you and drilling down into the data couldn’t be simpler.”
Pegasus Primary School is a small, one form entry school situated on the Castle Vale housing estate, five miles east of Birmingham City centre.
Its new principal, David Shakeshaft explains why he uses Aspire.