CEM assessments for the early years are designed to complement teachers’ evaluations of what children know and can do at the start of their school career.
The suite of CEM assessments for primary schools is designed to bring objectivity into the teaching and learning process.
CEM Assessments provide a baseline for secondary school and measure progress and performance up to external examinations at 16.
CEM’s post-16 assessments are designed to monitor student performance and progress to examinations at age 16+.
Since 1999 CEM has developed assessments with the aim of creating a fair selection process and have achieved this by drawing from research identifying the best predictors of later achievement.
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