Primary schools get help to identify pupils with speech and language difficulties in minutes

At a time when resources to support children with speech and language difficulties is at best inequitable or at worst inaccessible*, GL Assessment has unveiled a toolkit to help primary schools easily screen and support children with speech and language difficulties.


GL Education and GP Menco sign 10-year agreement to take CAT4 to China

GL Education has signed a 10-year partnership agreement with the Shanghai-based General Plan Menco Education Group (GP Menco), which will see the Mandarin edition of GL Education’s Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT4) being used to fuel GP Menco’s teacher training and consultancy to Chinese state schools.


GL Education and Mystudyweb collaborate to support Swedish schools’ approaches to student wellbeing

GL Education has signed a 10-year partnership agreement with Mystudyweb, one of Sweden’s most dynamic and pioneering providers of digital assessments to schools.


New report reveals a quarter of international schools lack confidence in using data to flag student wellbeing concerns

A report published today has revealed that 25% of international schools are not confident in using data to identify concerns relating to students' wellbeing.


Value-added assessment tool

Joint initiative offers schools the most accurate assessment yet


Global Perspectives: Pupil Attitudes to Self and School Report 2018

One in 10 international school students have attitudinal roadblocks to learning


GL Education wins Bett Award for Exporter of the Year

GL Education has won the prestigious Exporter of the Year Award at the Bett Awards 2018.


GL Education and SAYEGH sign strategic partnership

We have signed a 10-year strategic partnership agreement with SAYEGH to bring benchmarking and diagnostic assessments to the Middle East and North Africa


The lost middle: how the term ‘average’ can obscure student problems and potential

New study shows calling children ‘average’ hides their problems and potential and could lead to significant underperformance in GCSE exams