Teachers, school administrators and support staff require tools that allow them to analyse student testing data and develop beneficial plans of action. Knowing how to enhance student outcomes starts with understanding where issues lie and applying educative action.
Best Performance was founded on this idea, delivering software and coaching solutions that enable educators to analyse student data, compare test scores against national means and, ultimately, improve student outcomes.
Founded in 2000, Best Performance offers three innovative systems: Data-Hub, CNAP and ANA. These cloud-based applications receive continuous updates, featuring capabilities that meet the ever-changing needs of today’s educators.
With 20 years of experience working in schools and educational organisations, Jeremy has extensive knowledge of education systems and school performance improvement. Acting as a mentor to Best Performance's clients, Jeremy brings his experience as an ambitious educator and passion to enhance school outcomes. He has a goal of improving the education system by implementing evidence based decision making across all schools. Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Education, a Chartered Director designation and an MBA from Deakin University.
Jefri is a primary school teacher and former auditor. His background is diverse and includes working for Deloitte (a multinational firm), as well as teaching in challenging schools around Perth. He has a passion for enhancing student results through technology and believes innovation is the key to advance student performance. Jefri has constantly utilised his creative, technology focused teaching methods leading to stronger results in the classroom. His innovative lessons were featured in the Gazette. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from UWA (Accounting/Finance), a Graduate Diploma in Primary Education and a Graduate Diploma in Secondary Education (Mathematics).
Linda has taught in independent and public schools across Western Australia, South Australia and England for thirty years. Throughout her career, Linda utilised testing data to evaluate and guide teaching programs. She has previously established learning teams in schools that worked collaboratively to pinpoint problem areas and monitor student progress over time. Linda is passionate about using evidence to identify and differentiate instruction for students. Linda holds a Bachelor of Physical Education/Mathematics and a Diploma in Education from UWA and is currently completing a Masters of Education.
Rachael is our Administrator and Data Analyst. She is passionate about education, tutoring University students studying Psychology. With a diverse regional background, she has mentored children and young adults through St George’s College of UWA, UWA Sport, and the Karratha Leisureplex. Rachael also enjoys volunteering and has given her time to organisations such as the Telethon Kids Institute, Lifeline WA, and the Western Australian Association for Mental Health. She holds a Bachelor of Science from UWA, majoring in Psychology.