Cambridge CEM’s baseline assessments are an invaluable tool in understanding and responding to individuals’ educational needs and support learning at ...
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Cambridge CEM’s baseline assessments are an invaluable tool in understanding and responding to individuals’ educational needs and support learning at all stages, helping educators in the UK and worldwide to improve educational outcomes in their schools.
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Cambridge CEM is part of Cambridge University Press & Assessment and has been helping teachers clearly see what’s happening in the classroom for over 40 years, empowering millions of students in over 100 countries to achieve ever-greater things.

Cambridge CEM assessments accurately measure students’ potential, progress and wellbeing. Our assessments help you to identify how students are doing before and during their time with you, so you can effectively plan next steps, as well as evidence student progress to parents and governors.

Cambridge CEM is a not-for-profit organisation on a mission to unlock every student’s potential with the very best learning and research solutions.

Feedback from our Customers
The information we get from InCAS is so vivid and useful. We share the standardised scores of individuals with parents, along with an explanation of what those scores mean in relation to national averages, so they have a clear understanding of how their child is performing and teachers can discuss this with them at parents’ evenings. Having the InCAS data means we know how to bring each child forward, it’s data that actually means something and makes conversations with parents easier.
- Nicki Devon, Deputy Head Academic, Eltham College Junior School
Sharing the MidYIS student profiles with teachers stimulates discussion and leads to the setting of appropriate levels of challenge. It can also be the starting point for the development of interventions, and senior management can also use it to identify where resources need to be allocated.
- Christine Young, Head of Learning Support, Ibstock Place School
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