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Joint initiative offers schools the most accurate assessment yet

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Mike Kane MP visits St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

On Friday 27 April, St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Sale and GL Assessment welcomed Mike Kane, MP for Wythenshawe and Sale East, for a tour of the school and to see how assessments can be used to track children’s progress effectively and provide the school with valuable insights they can share with parents.

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Global Perspectives: Pupil Attitudes to Self and School Report 2018

One in 10 international school students have attitudinal roadblocks to learning

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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.

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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

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GL Assessment launches the UK’s first digital, adaptive spelling test

GL Assessment has today published a termly, standardised spelling test which is designed to help teachers measure their pupils’ spelling skills against a national benchmark. The first digital, adaptive spelling test of its kind, the New Group Spelling Test is designed for pupils aged 6 – 14 years and is suitable for use on a PC or tablet.

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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

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GL Education will reach more classrooms and more children around the world through a strategic partnership with NELSON in Canada

GL Education will reach more classrooms and more children around the world through a strategic partnership with NELSON in Canada

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UK risks neglecting youngsters’ hidden scientific talent, study warns

Tens of thousands of highly able children are failing to get good science GCSEs because their innate talents are masked by poor verbal reasoning skills

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