Open Data Project for Schools annual membership
As a member of the Open Data Project for Schools you will gain new insights into the pupils in your school and help other school leaders do the same.
Working together we can make a difference for pupils everywhere.
A collaboration between with the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) and askEddi, The Open Data Project is a secure platform for schools to share and compare the data they already collect for the benefit of pupils.
Open Data Project Members can use askEddi products alongside ASCL expertise to explore previously unknown links and patterns in their school data.
Data from school management systems is used in a secure, DPA/GDPR compliant way to improve outcomes for pupils.
Making every day matter so no child is left behind
Forward thinking school leaders can access insights and gain an understanding of school performance and pupil progress with more effective data tracking and managed intervention.
There are three core pillars that our project aims to address:
ATTENDANCE: If a child isn’t in school then they aren’t learning.
ATTAINMENT: All children should have equal opportunity to achieve at school to the best of their ability.
ATTITUDE/BEHAVIOUR: Problems with attitude and wellbeing have the greatest impact on attendance and attainment.
At the heart of our project we want school data to be about MORE THAN JUST ACCOUNTABILITY.
Interviews with School Leaders
To join the Open Data Project for Schools or discuss membership further, register your interest here and our team will contact you.
Effective implementation of school improvement plans
Incremental improvements help to achieve goals and be more proactive
Simple dashboard makes it easy to analyse impact and outcomes
See quickly and simply which pupils can improve
Track intervention and plan action
Unify process across schools to help in the most efficient way
Streamline recording and analysis to reduce administration workload
Automated sync with existing data held in school MIS, secure & GDPR compliant.
Simple, secure, cost-effective
Getting started is easy. Schools pay an annual membership fee based on the number of pupils on roll.
The project uses existing data you already collect, synced securely with your MIS so you can start your membership any time in the school year.
We have simple guides to help you get started and a support team on call to help.
As part of the Open Data Project for Schools, you will join school leaders around the country who want to work together, generate and test ideas, and use data for insight and evidence into what works to improve opportunities for their pupils.
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