Students at Agora Lledó achieve excellent results in the PISA tests
We are proud to inform you that our students achieved excellent results in the PISA (Program for the International Assessment of Students) tests this year. The tests provide a reliable and representative indicator of student performance levels for students from more than 70 countries representing nine tenths of the global economy.
What are the PISA tests?
PISA tests are administered by the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) to 15-year-old students from all over the world and provide standardised tests in Mathematics, Science and Literacy in addition to a general questionnaire. In the 2016 cohort, all 15-year-old students at participating schools who were born in the year 2000 were expected to take the tests, with no exceptions.
Agora Lledó International School results
- Our results were significantly higher than the Spanish average in all subjects.
- Our results were significantly higher than the average country scores for OECD countries, including distinguished education systems such as Finland or Korea.
- Our students scored very positively in terms of discipline and cooperation, achieving scores that were much higher than those of Spain and other OECD countries.
We are extremely proud of our students, teachers and the wider school community who have worked together over the years to create the positive and successful teaching and learning environment that has enabled us to achieve these excellent results. Looking to the future we continue to work to improve the quality of our educational programme and the learning experience of our students.