Here at DAISI Education, our mission is to help schools manage, use and understand data more effectively and save you precious time that could be spent working with your pupils.
The DAISI Annual Data Analysis Package remains the most cost effective way of using our products and remains very popular providing a full year round service..
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“The data pack reports are excellent and were really helpful. The detail and narrative was exactly what we need and we will certainly be using DAISI again.The service has been excellent and the speed they were put together was fantastic so thank you I am really grateful.”Robert Bowater, Chief Executive Officer – DRB Ignite Multi Academy
“What a fabulous job the Data, Analysis and Insight team has done for us once again! With an accurate and critical understanding for schools the team has devised a simple but effective tool for analysis of internal data at question level for our schools.
These tools will support us to enable class teachers, subject leaders, senior leaders and governors to accurately evaluate their areas of responsibility and plan for school improvements over the coming 12 months.”Sarah and Pat Fielding, Headteachers, Haydn Primary School (Nottingham Schools Trust)
“Luton Council have worked in partnership with the DAISI service in Nottingham City Council since 2016. DAISI provide Luton with comprehensive performance reports for all of their schools including EYFS, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4 analysis. In addition to the school level reports, Luton receive Local Authority level reports and bespoke reports based upon Statistical First Release data.
From the outset, working with the DAISI team has been a positive experience. They are responsive to the needs of the authority and schools and have enabled us to develop the service to meet our needs. The expertise of colleagues in the DAISI team has been invaluable, providing suggestions, advice, guidance and updates. I am delighted that we have entered into this partnership which is mutually beneficial to both parties and invaluable in these times of limited resources.”Carol Wylde, School Improvement Adviser, Luton Council