Stretch and challenge - using baseline assessments to identify high performing students or students in need 

Wednesday 17 April, 4pm

Webinar information

How do you identify which students in your class need a challenge and which need extra support? Are some students struggling with their learning? Or maybe some are achieving beyond your expectations? 

Baseline assessments support you to tailor your teaching to cater for the range of abilities within your class – unlock hidden talents and recognise areas for improvement. 

In this webinar we’ll look at how baseline assessment data can be used to inform and adapt your teaching style to support all students, using cohort overviews and individual student snapshots. We will discuss:

  • Using baseline assessment to understand the range of ability in your class
  • How to identify students in need of a  challenge or support
  • Intervention ideas
  • How to use baseline data to track progress

Who is this for?

This webinar is ideal for Teachers, Head Teachers, Deputy Heads, Data Leads and  Heads of Department.

Not free to attend? You can still sign up; the recording will be sent to all registrants after the webinar.

We hope to see you there!

Suzanne T

Presenter - Suzanne Tipping
Assessment Advisor, Cambridge CEM

Suzanne is a former secondary school teacher with 20 years of experience in the education sector. During that time Suzanne has held curriculum and pastoral responsibilities as well as being a GCSE examiner. Suzanne is now enjoying bringing her experience in the classroom, working with young people and school colleagues to CEM to help unlock the potential in more pupils across the UK.