Published on: 15 Jan 2018

We found the New Group Reading Test more accurate than the SATS in assessing students’ strengths and weaknesses. SATS just give us a number. The test gives us details on the areas we need to focus on.

Gaining deeper insight into reading skills

Gaurav Dubay, Head of English at King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School for Boys in Birmingham, reviews our New Group Reading Test in the January issue of Special Children magazine.


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Working with families

Educational Psychologist Poppy Ionides discusses how we work with families to improve outcomes for at risk children and fragile learners.

Girls with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties

John Galloway discusses how we can identify and support girls with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Using computerised assessment with SEND children

Jo Horne explores the advantages and disadvantages of using computerised assessments with special educational needs (SEND) children.

Assessing students with EAL

Sue Thompson talks about the different approaches to assessing students with EAL.