Comprehensive Success Stories
Cromer Junior School, Cromer, Norfolk
Cromer Junior School in Cromer, Norfolk, has around 300 pupils age between 7 and 11. They started using Accelerated Reader in 2014! Here, Suzanne Ashpole, the school’s Deputy Headteacher, shares their story from implementing the programme in 2014 until today.
Nishkam High School, Birmingham
Nishkam High School in Birmingham, an avid Accelerated Reader user, was one of the first schools in the UK to use myON with its students! Here, Sharan Kaur, the school’s librarian, discusses how she’s found it so far.
Christ the Redeemer Primary School, Lagmore
Christ the Redeemer Primary School in Lagmore, West Belfast, introduced Accelerated Maths back in 2012 after the success of Accelerated Reader. In this longer read, the maths department at the school shares the school’s experience with Accelerated Maths and what they plan on doing with it in the future.
Casterton College, Rutland
Casterton College was shortlisted for Secondary School of the Year in the Tes Schools Awards 2019! The school’s librarian, Debbie Scott, tells us using Accelerated Reader since 2015 has helped them to achieve the school’s incredible performance.
Joseph Cash Primary School, Coventry
Joseph Cash Primary School has been shortlisted in the Tes School Awards for 'English teacher or Team of the Year!' Here, two members of staff at the school tell us how Accelerated Reader has helped them towards this accolade.
Acorn Integrated Nursery & Primary School, Carrickfergus
Athena Davis, the Literacy Coordinator at Acorn Integrated Nursery & Primary School, describes how the features of Accelerated Reader and Star Reading help their teachers, give children better learning experiences.
Milton Hall Primary School, Westcliff-on-Sea
The Head of Literacy at Milton Hall Primary School shares the school's secrets to fast, effective reading improvement.
Woodside High School, North East London
Accelerated Reader had been running well at Woodside High, and the school was enjoying success with the programme. The team knew they could get more from the programme, however. Since joining the Renaissance School Partnership programme, results have continued to improve as students have become more engaged with reading.
Friern Barnet School, North London
Many students joining Friern Barnet School have low reading ages and struggle to access the curriculum. Accelerated Reader has motivated them to read and helped to unlock their potential for learning across the school.
King James's School, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire
Librarian Lisa Bryden had used Accelerated Reader at a previous school and knew that she wanted to implement the programme at her new school. Her past experience with AR has been repeated, with books flying off the shelves of the library and students gaining in confidence.