British School Jakarta Case Study

British School Jakarta Case Study

Thursday 08 February, 09:00 - 10:00

The British School Jakarta has established a rigorous assessment cycle to inform teaching and learning for the individual student as well as at a whole school level.

They combine cognitive ability data from CAT4 at entry with an annual measure of attainment and progress from the Progress Test Series. This data supports their Learning Cycle: plan, teach and review.

The information is used to:

  • inform resourcing and support requirements for each cohort
  • Identifying EAL, individual and group support needs
  • recognise particular areas of success and good practice

Iain Hope, Assistant Head, Primary Assessment and Reporting, will discuss how the school has implemented these assessments, illustrate how the data is used in the school and offer advice on the implementation process for schools considering a similar approach.

 

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What you'll learn...

  • • How BSJ measure individual levels of progress
  • • How the data supports the school’s learning cycle
  • • The school’s approach to engaging and coaching staff

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