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Schools exist in a rapidly developing data driven environment.  The costs associated with training and employing staff to support data can be high. 

With annual data support from BCL Consultancy Limited, quality really can be achieved, but without the cost.  Whether you're a Secondary School looking to further support your existing Data Manager or Senior Leader with responsibility for all things data, or you're a Primary School in need of some professional guidance - we can help! 


  • Setup for the collection of assessment data in MIS that is tailored to the school’s needs

  • Full analysis of collected data

  • On-site and remote support

  • Management feedback

  • Site specific guidance materials for staff use

  • Reports that utilise the school’s literacy data     

  • Assistance with statutory assessment returns to the DFE

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  • Attendance tracking materials setup in MIS that can be rolled-out to staff

  • 3 year trend analyses   

  • Management feedback

  • Full analysis of attendance data on a Half-Termly basis



An integrated approach across all that we do that takes into account focus and ethnicity group factors [Deprived Pupils / Pupil Premium, FSM, Looked After, SEN, G&T, Gender, Mobility, PA, etc ..]

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  • Report design and creation in MIS

  • Support with completing bids, applications and returns   

  • Creation of data collection reports and surveys   

  • Data trawling to assist the production of evidential reports for formal processes 

Analysing the Data


Katya worked with me at the Bridge Academy in Hackney, London from February to November 2012. She was the Assistant Transition Project Manager for Place to Be. Her main role was to facilitate and activate support for Year 7 and 8 students. She achieved a great deal with the students. She engaged them and gave them the confidence to cope with the transition into Secondary school.
She was relaxed and calm. Katya was a model for the students to follow. Her passion and dedication to the role was for all to see and gave confidence to all who met her. In a new developing school, she displayed the essential characteristics to be successful. I was aware of the very positive influence that she had on staff too. I did try to get her to stay at the Bridge as her contract was concluding and wanted her to stay and work with more students in the upper part of the school. Sadly, I wasn’t successful. I can strongly recommend Katya in this role to you based on my experience.

Stephen Foster - Former Principal