Welfare Call is increasingly being asked to collect attainment data for the children whom we monitor on behalf of the Local Authority. Welfare Call is now able to collect:
- SAT’s Results
- GCSE Examination Results
- A-Level results
- Teacher assessments– required for Autumn, Spring and Summer Terms
This data collection process is achieved through a number of different methods. We have recently developed what is known as the schools portal which allows a specific person from the education provision of the child to log into a secure website to disclose the results which the child has gained.
In addition to this Welfare Call will also request the results via email and phone calls from the provisions if the results have not been submitted through the schools portal. We currently make a minimum of 4 attempts to gain the results, but for the Spring Term have made up to 7 requests for the information in most cases, which has translated into a response rate of over 90%.
Welfare Call are also in the process of developing an attainment tracker system which will give a visual representation of the attainment results we collect but also allow the Local Authority to filter the results based on criteria such as:
- SEN status
- Year Group
- Key Stage
This system is still in early development and as more information becomes available it will be published here.
If you have any questions or queries or require any further information please contact us.