Using assessment data to inform student mentoring

Using assessment data to inform student mentoring

Wednesday 24 October, 09:00 - 10:00

Experience of an international school assessment co-ordinator

Veer Shah recently joined GL Education from the British School Kathmandu where he was the assessment co-ordinator, taught maths and was a mentor for a group of Key Stage 4 students.

In this webinar, Veer will discuss 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.

Veer will describe the action research he and one of the assistant headteachers carried out which focussed on different levels of achievement (attainment below, at or above aptitude) and what the attitudinal data revealed about these different groups.

Veer will also reveal how the insight from the data analysis had a significant impact on his own pastoral care, including:

  • Beginning conversations
  • Identifying attitudinal barriers and devising interventions
  • Understanding needs and working to address them
  • Developing trust and a deeper relationship with mentees
  • Setting real and quantifiable targets for students to help overcome their barriers and achieve their target grades

Register now to attend the webinar or to receive a recording after the event. Note that only attendees to the webinar can join in the Q&A session.

Who should attend

  • School leaders
  • Curriculum co-ordinators
  • Data co-ordinators
  • Heads of pastoral care

Why attend

  • Practical experience from an international school data co-ordinator
  • Discuss different approaches to informing pastoral care



To register for this free webinar please click here 

What you'll learn...

  • How to triangulate multiple assessments of attitudes, ability and attainment
  • Ways to present the information to colleagues
  • How the data can inform mentoring processes