We’re delighted to invite you to a new webinar with Tony Emmerson, Senior Deputy Head at the English College in Prague and Suzanne Crocker, Product Manager at Cambridge Assessment International Education.
Join us on Friday 24th April at 10.30am (BST) where Tony will be sharing his experience and answering your questions covering:
- Using data not based on exam results
- Applying data to teaching and learning, making it useful for your school
- How to engage and motivate reluctant colleagues with data
Suzanne has spent the last 4 years at Cambridge Assessment working with international syllabuses from Primary to Upper Secondary. Before that she had 13 years teaching experience in Secondary Schools, with subject expertise in languages, Leisure and Tourism and Business Studies. Her main area of management expertise covers whole school data and progression tracking, using data to identify and support underachieving pupils and designing intervention strategies to improve outcomes.
Tony has worked for the last 14 years at the English College in Prague. His current work focuses on the development of the school’s systems and its middle leadership, as well as day-to-day operations. He previously taught Chemistry at Notting Hill and Ealing High School. After graduating from the University of London he was a freelance writer, debt collector and private investigator, before finally training to teach at UEA. His interests include cricket history, music, and gardening.
The English College in Prague is an academically aspirational HMC school, with students aged 12-19. The school follows its own curriculum up to the end of Key Stage 4; all pupils then study for the IB Diploma. The majority of the students are Czech, with English as a second language.