Dame J. McVittie, Head Teacher of Woodside High School, explains the impact of RSP at her school, where many students speak English as an additional language.
The school has a reputation for accelerating students’ progress, so RSP is an important programme at Woodside.
The December 2014 edition of CILIP Update, the magazine for members of the professional body for librarians, carries an in-depth article about the reading initiatives at The Boulevard Academy in Hull. The principal, Andy Grace, has structured the curriculum firmly around literacy and numeracy, using Renaissance Learning’s Accelerated Reader (AR) and Accelerated Maths (AM) programmes, with the additional support of RSP.
Renaissance School Partnership is listed as a programme in the Sutton Trust-EEF Teaching and Learning Toolkit.
Find out more about the programme and arrange a consultation with a member of our team.
A dedicated programme manager works directly with the AR project team in your school to guide the implementation of AR and establish best practices across the school.
Extensive training is provided to ensure that your core team has an implicit understanding of best practices and data analysis.
In addition to training and data handling, RSP gives schools access to resources that help to establish and develop a reading culture.
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