Knowledgebase: 3) FrogProgress
Reporting Application
Posted by Syed Basit, Last modified by Tom Keegan on 24 July 2019 02:58 PM

The FrogProgress Reporting application is a powerful reporting tool designed to make it easy for both teachers and SLT to pull information on their students quickly and easily. I will cover the sorts of information these reports will display and how they could be used. I will also briefly look at how you can use this information outside of Progress to create custom reports 

When the Reporting application first opens you will be presented with a list of available reports on the left-hand side.


The page will display a New Report section which will invite you to select a report to run.


To run a report, choose one from the left-hand menu and the page will show you the parameters for that report.

Here are the Parameters 

Select Student or Group: Use this predictive field to type the name of the group you wish to report on.

Select Curriculum: Use the Please Select button to choose the area of the curriculum you wish to report on.

Select Reporting Period: Use the drop down boxes to choose your assessment period. The report will pull through all data up until the selected period so we would normally recommend selecting the most recent period unless you are specifically looking at a past period.

Filter By KPIs: This report provides the option to view all data or just the data for KPIs.

Run Report: Use the blue Run Report button to view the report.

This report provides both a count and % of the learning objectives at each status. If you wish to manipulate this data further, we recommend copying the content into an Excel spreadsheet or similar which will make it easier to deal with.

There are popovers available on each count and percentage value to allow you to easily see which children are at which status.

LO Data Export:

The LO Data Export will export all information requested from it within the selected parameters. It is possible to run this export without setting any parameters, but we would generally recommend that at least the Reporting Cycle and the Curriculum or Group fields are selected if only to make the resulting export easier to handle.

Here are the Parameters 

Select Student or Group: Use the predictive drop down to find an individual or group.


Select Curriculum: Use the Please Select button to find the area of the curriculum you wish to report on.


Select Reporting Cycle Start: Use the drop down to configure when you would like the reporting data to start from.


Select Reporting Cycle End: Use the drop down to configure when you would like the reporting data to end.


Filter Judgements: If multiple judgements have been set against students in the time period selected, you can choose to export all of these judgements, or just the most recent. As we will see later, there can be benefits to only exporting the most recent.

Filter By KPIs: Do you need to see all the objectives for your selected student/group/curriculum? If you are reporting against the KPIs for that particular parameter you can choose the KPIs only radio button to reduce the data you will pull out.

The resulting spreadsheet contains the following information:


  • First Name: The first name of the student.

  • Last Name: The last name of the student.

  • Pupil Number: The pupil number of the student (if available from the MIS).

  • Curriculum: The curriculum the judgement/evidence has been recorded against.

  • Subject: The subject within the curriculum the judgement/evidence has been recorded against.
  • Subject Area: The subject area within the curriculum the judgement/evidence has been recorded against.

  • Year: The Year the Learning Objective/KPI is attached to.

  • LO/KPI Name: The name of the Learning Objective/KPI.

  • LO/KPI Flag: Is the Learning Objective marked as a KPI?

  • Event Type: There are two event types, Status Update indicates a judgement, and Evidence indicates a piece of evidence has been added.

  • Description: The description records what judgement has been made or the type of evidence added.

  • Detail: The value of the assessment status applied or any details of the evidence attached.

  • Date Recorded: When the judgement or evidence was recorded.

  • Assessor First Name: The first name of the member of staff who recorded the judgement/evidence.

  • Assessor Surname: The surname of the member of staff who recorded the judgement/evidence.

  • Academic Year: The academic year the judgement/evidence was recorded in.

  • Term: The term (period) that the judgement/evidence was recorded in.

There are popovers on each percentage to allow you to view the students who are on target and below target.

Note: This report is designed to work with the snapshot style of assessment tracking. Schools using the pathway method may find other reports more useful.

Subject vs Time:

The Students vs Time report will show you what percentage of objectives were marked at the target status or higher in each assessment period for the selected subject. The report will also show if the child was working at age-related expectations at that point in time. The summary at the bottom of the report indicates the percentage of students that are working at age-related standards in the selected subject during each assessment period.

Contextual Groups vs Time:

The Contextual Groups vs Time report will show you the percentage of students who are working at age related (AR) or below age-related (BAR). It will show you trends over an academic year for each of the cohorts in the selected group.

Calculation Methods


Age Related - Taught


How does this calculation method work?


We first work out which objectives were taught at that point in time.


If 50% or more of the students in the selected group have been assessed against that
objective, we class it as taught.


Once we have our list of taught objectives, we then on a student basis, check if the latest assessment
for 100% of the taught objectives is at target status or higher.


• If they are: the student is AR.
• If there is a single assessment that is below target or if the student has not been assessed against something that has been taught (i.e. they have gaps): the student is BAR.


Age Related - Assessed

How does this calculation method work?


On a student by student basis, check if the latest assessment for 100% of the assessed objectives is
at target status or higher.


• If they are: the student is AR.
• If there is a single assessment that is below target or if the student has not been assessed against something that has been taught (i.e. they have gaps): the student is BAR.


Age Related - Target
How does this calculation method work?


This calculation method is different from the other two age-related calculations in that; they work on
the principle that 100% of what has either been taught or assessed must be at the target status or
higher.


This calculation provides the flexibility for schools to define a target % of objectives that need to be
at target status or higher for the student to be classed as AR.


The calculation works as follows: based upon the % target that you have defined, we work out how
many objectives the student needs to have had assessed at target status or higher:


• If they have equal to or greater than that number: the is student AR.
• If they have less than that number: the student is BAR.

Here is an example of how this might work:


Based on this example, if there are 20 objectives (10 of which are specified as KPIs) students will be classed as working at age-related if they have been assessed at the target status or higher for the following numbers of objectives in each time period:

Note: Please find the attachment 

Further Guidelines:

https://www.frogeducation.com/community/product-updates/progress-latest-features/reporting-applicaton

https://www.frogeducation.com/community/product-updates/progress-latest-features

https://www.frogeducation.com/community/downloads/documents-and-articles



Attachments 
 
 Module_Four_Reporting_-_Jul16.pdf (1.32 MB)
 Using_Age_Related_Reports.pdf (456.79 KB)
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