We value GL Assessment’s tests enormously. They are central to our teaching and learning, and we continuously share the data with parents.
Jill Wilson CBE, Headmistress, The Gleddings

Autism teaches – 5 girls, 5 years

It’s been five years since I started as Head of Educational Support at Nottingham Girls’ High School (NGHS). I love my job and one of the main reasons for this is that I have the opportunity to work with some of the most amazing young women every day of the week.

Absolutely Education Emirates - Attitude Awareness

One in ten international school students have attitudinal roadblocks to learning, a new study has found. Absolutely Education finds out why - and what we can do to tackle it.

Demystifying standardised scores

So you’ve bought the assessments and planned how to deliver them, but what are the results going to show you and what does it mean? Mark Loveday from Chadsgrove Teaching School Alliance offers some useful guidance.

How we use data to inform our pupil progress meetings

The Grammar School at Leeds, Junior School uses GL Assessment’s Progress Test Series for English and Maths, in conjunction with other types of assessments and teacher judgements (that can be evidenced through books) to build a holistic picture of a how a pupil is achieving and progressing. The results of all summative and formative assessments, together with teacher judgment grades, are entered termly on the school's data system).