We can identify any students not reaching their predicted ability on an attainment test and do further screening to see if the student is presenting with a specific learning difficulty.
Mary Everad, Assistant Principal, Dunshaughlin Community College, Co.Meath

Access arrangements for learners with dyslexia taking GCSE and A Level exams

Lia Castiglione, Professional Practice Leader at Patoss talks about the options available for students with dyslexia.

TES - Key Stage 3 is a victim of high-stakes accountability

KS3 can offer so much more than GCSE exam prep – it’s where our pupils should gain a solid foundation for learning, writes our Chief Executive, Greg Watson.

Access arrangements for primary schools

Donna Pierpoint, Vice Principal at St Peter’s Catholic Academy in Stoke-on-Trent, explains the process of applying for access arrangements for primary school children.

The middle child: Analysing data in an EAL context

The importance of maintaining a focus on literacy within the curriculum has never been far away from the government’s agenda and anyone working within education would agree that developing strong literacy skills are key to a student’s success, particularly as external examinations consist of written papers.

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