Discover how schools like yours have used our assessments to better understand their pupils and inform differentiated teaching and learning.
The American International School (AISA) in Abu Dhabi knows about cultural diversity.
‘Success for all’ is the ethos at GEMS Wellington Primary School in Dubai. By drilling down into children’s attitudes to learning, the school ensures it is equipped to meet this goal
The innovative Nagoya International School, which follows the IB curriculum, is embracing its own philosophy of critical and creative thinking by using CAT4 and PASS to get a holistic view of their students
At GEMS Education, in-school resource can now be focused on putting the insights from their data into use, rather than data crunching. Find out how they've achieved this with the creation of a flexible and dynamic dashboard.
Ajman Academy in the UAE is a dynamic IB World School with a community of over 900 students from more than 50 nationalities. The primary school’s senior team had identified that there were some areas of their students’ learning where they could benefit from further assessment data.
Garden International School (GIS) in Kuala Lumpur is one of the largest international schools in Malaysia, delivering a high-quality, British curriculum-based education, ensuring students leave the school well equipped for life.
Al Ittihad Private School - Jumeira (IPS-J) is one of five Al Ittihad school branches in the UAE. The school is accredited by CIS and NEASC, delivering an American curriculum to a vibrant community of over 2,400 students from Pre-K to Grade 12
Diyar International Private School, Fujairah, is an American curriculum school in the UAE. CAT4 data is triangulated with Measuring Academic Progress (MAP) data and internal assessments to gain a deeper insight into student performance by comparing ability and attainment.
The Edron Academy is one of the leading British bi-cultural schools in Mexico City, known for its high academic standards, broad curriculum and unique core values. With over 1,000 students, aged 2-18 years, the school follows the English National Curriculum alongside key parts of the Mexican National Curriculum, offering iGCSE courses and the IB Diploma.
Doha College is one of the leading British curriculum schools in Qatar, offering an outstanding education to more than 2000 students from over 70 different nationalities, aged 3 to 18. Their approach puts mastery at the heart of the curriculum, instilling thinking skills and a growth mindset in students, in an enquiry-based learning environment.
Jumeira Baccalaureate School in Dubai is an IB World School teaching to approximately 800 students from 65 different nationalities. The school offers students from pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 a world-class, inquiry-based education, encouraging a life-long love of learning and a capability for independent thinking.
R N Shah International School (RNSIS) is a Cambridge International Centre, teaching children from Nursery through to A Level. The school encourages students to be knowledge-enriched, reach-confident, wisdom-reflecting, responsible individuals, preparing them for a dynamic and competitive global environment.
The British School, New Delhi is a top international, multicultural school with around 1,200 students representing more than 55 nationalities. The school follows the National Curriculum for England, adapted for the Indian context, with students studying for IGCSE and the IB Diploma Programme.