Matthew Savage is the Principal at the International Community School, Amman, and has leadership experience at schools in Europe and Asia. He has written and presented at conferences around the world on the subject of analysing student data.
In these short student case studies, Matthew shows how he was able to use the combination of data from the Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT4), the Progress Test Series and the Pupil Attitudes to Self and School survey to build a comprehensive picture of each student and identify their specific learning and wellbeing support needs.
A “third culture kid” with a particularly high verbal ability
The impact of a lower non-verbal ability as learning becomes more challenging
Stretching a previously successful student can have hidden consequences
The lowered expectations of an EAL student
Finding the right way to support a low ability student
A balanced picture