In this webinar, Nicola Miekle, Assistant Principal Transition and Derek Watson, Year 5 & 6 Phase Leader explain how they went about establishing this structure and the different ways data is used by different stakeholders.
In this webinar, James McBlane, the Deputy Head of Secondary, outlines the school’s principles of effective data use and how they put the data to work to support teaching and learning.
In this webinar, Matthew Dagan, Deputy Principal, Assessment, discusses the development and implementation of an app to aid the way the school sorts, synthesises and visualises data as they offer a demonstration of their “student narrative” approach to training their teaching staff.
In this webinar, Intuitive Education Consultants’ Academic Director Susan Barratt and Senior Academic Consultants Jennifer McGuigan and Asma Safadi discuss purposeful data collection and their use of CAT4 data at both primary level and secondary level.
In this webinar, Senior Publisher, Hilary Fine introduces The Value-Added Service, discusses how you can join the service as well as what the service provides. Hilary also covers the different dashboards and how you can use the data effectively within your school.
In this webinar, we discussed how the school created a visual depiction of these three key pieces of information to identify gaps between aptitude and attainment and investigate how student attitudes were the cause.
In this webinar, Robert Unsworth, Assistant Head Teacher, will describe how they went about this task, the key steps they put in place and the practicalities of coaching and supporting staff to make effective use of the resulting data.
This webinar is aimed at those schools that have provided their (I)GCSE and CAT4 data to support GL Education’s pilot project to produce a measure of value added for our schools.
This webinar is aimed at schools that are looking for relevant and robust data to inform differentiation strategies, uncover students' real attitudes to school and themselves as learners and identifying students’ developed ability and likely academic potential.