Be sure to visit the GL Education stand at this year’s 4th Annual International Schools China 2018 conference to find out more about how our assessments can help your school.
Bernard Fawcett, GL Education’s International Consultant, will be exhibiting on behalf of GL Education over 20-22 November in Shanghai.
International schools around the world use our assessments to help them accurately understand the abilities of all students, regardless of their primary language, to nurture their academic ability and wellbeing. The data is used by educators to personalise teaching and learning, benchmark and measure classroom progress, identify G&T and SEN learners, and evaluate the effect of interventions.
To arrange a meeting with Bernard or request further information, email email@example.com or call +44 (0)20 8996 3369.
Student formative assessment data provides essential insight for school leadership teams to help them deliver better educational outcomes through personalising teaching and by identifying individual learning support needs.
The data also informs effective school self-evaluation and the evidence for accreditations and inspections. Jared Nolan will discuss the importance of this data and how an effective assessment programme can be implemented.
Head of Primary, Nord Anglia British International School Shanghai, Puxi
After serving as a Police Officer for many years, Jared used the skills and knowledge he acquired in this role to follow an accelerated path into school leadership. Since 2010, Jared has been able to build on his growing reputation as a leader, taking different yet equally challenging schools through a very successful process of transformation and expansion. His proven track record in leading learning, effective self-evaluation, building high performing teams, change management and leadership development led him to his first International posting at BISS Puxi, Shanghai in 2017.
Jared holds a BSc (Hons) in ‘Psychology’, a PGC in ‘Child Forensic Psychology’ and a Master’s degree in ‘Leadership & Management’. During his tenure in the UK, he passed the competency based NPQH (National Professional Qualification for Headteachers) and became a qualified Estyn School Inspector.