GL Assessment publishes new edition of the Reynell Developmental Language Scales

GL Assessment has today published a new, fourth edition of a widely-used assessment for identifying speech and language delay and impairment in very young children.

Top tips on transition by Julie McCulloch

Julie McCulloch gives her top tips for helping your Year 7’s get through transition unscathed.

Assessment considerations for the new academic year by Greg Watson

Greg Watson discusses best practice approaches to assessment and gives his advice for the new academic year.

The importance of creating a common language by Lisa Crausby

Academy improvement strategies that use independent assessments to transform Academies through a common language

Who gets missed? by Greg Watson

Greg Watson asks the question identify those who, often down to a simple barrier to learning, are not being helped to achieve all they are capable of?

Achieving continuity of learning by Suzanne O’Farrell

What approach should schools and teachers take to ensure continuity of learning for the maximum benefit of their pupils?

Five reasons why Northern Ireland’s primary schools are leading the way in maths

This week’s TIMSS report found that Northern Ireland primary children are the best in Europe in maths and sixth in the world

Baseline: A practitioner’s perspective by Rhys Penny

Rhys Penny, Senior EYFS/KS1 Teacher, describes the unexpected benefits of a baseline assessment when his school took part in a trialling process.

Call for more adequate SEN training at Question Hour debate

Many issues relating to special educational needs (SEN) provision were debated at GL Assessment’s Education Question Hour at the recent National Conference.

GL Assessment wins Early Years Award for Baseline at ERA 2015

GL Assessment’s Baseline assessment has won a prestigious Education Resources Award (ERA) 2015 in the Early Years – including ICT category.

Introducing a peer-to-peer reading programme by Ty Golding

Ty Golding talks about how assessment data has helped his school to evaluate progress.