GL Assessment will be showcasing its range of digital assessments at Bett 2017 (stand B149), all designed to provide schools with an easy and effective way of revealing students’ potential, tracking their progress and identifying any barriers to learning they might have. Key highlights include GL Assessment’s SEN Assessment Toolkit (SENAT) and its international division, GL Education, which have both been shortlisted in the Bett Awards 2017.
For primary schools looking for clarity on life after levels, secondary schools preparing for Progress 8, and SENCOs looking for accurate ways of identifying children with special educational needs, GL Assessment’s digital assessments can provide the evidence that schools need, all at the touch of a button. Its digital assessments are also used by schools and ministries in over 100 countries worldwide.
Sarah Haythornthwaite, the Sales and Marketing Director of GL Assessment, said: “At Bett 2017, our aim is to help teachers clarify what good assessment looks like and how digital assessment in particular can support them. Good assessment data provides enough information for a teacher to make a decision about a student and it helps them to assess students over time and in relation to each other. Our digital assessments provide teachers with greater flexibility, automatic scoring and instant diagnostic reports, and students often find the experience more motivating, too.”
Key highlights on the GL Assessment stand include:
To find out more about GL Assessment’s full suite of assessments please visit stand B149 at Bett 2017 or visit www.gl-assessment.co.uk.
– Ends –
Notes for editors
Greg Watson, Chief Executive at GL Assessment is at Bett 2017 and will be available for interview together with the other leader summit speakers.
For more information or photography, please contact:
Danielle Morgan, Head of Communications, GL Assessment
Tel: 020 8996 3632 / 07740 393448
Mirkka Jokelainen addresses the question how can we ask students to demonstrate thinking skills and the ability to apply knowledge by ticking a box?
John Galloway discusses how we can identify and support girls with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.