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Latest success stories from Renaissance Learning

Primary Success Stories

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Accelerated Reader is “firmly at the core of our reading culture”

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.


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The “major impact” of Accelerated Maths at Belfast primary school

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.


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Primary school wins national English award!

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.


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Happy teachers and happy students!

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.


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“It has worked for us.”

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.


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The school without an attainment gap

Springfield Junior School, Ipswich

Springfield Junior School won the National Pupil Premium Award for primary schools in 2017. Their outcome with disadvantaged children is incredible, and they've used Accelerated Reader to help them.


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Changing mindsets around reading

Countess Anne CofE Primary School, Hatfield, Hertfordshire

Countess Anne CofE Primary School, in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, implemented Renaissance Accelerated Reader™ around three years ago to try to help their low-entry-level Reception children reach their full potential all the way to Year 6.


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“I’ve seen the change in my pupils and in my own children”

Keresley Grange Academy, Coventry

As a headteacher and a parent, Nicky Penlington couldn't be happier with the changes she has seen across her school, including in her own children, since they started using Accelerated Reader in 2015.


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From Special Measures to Good, supported by Accelerated Reader

Coupals Primary Academy, Haverhill

Previously, Coupals Primary Academy was in Special Measures and students were below the national average for KS2 SATs. But with the support of Renaissance Accelerated Reader™, it is now rated 'Good' by Ofsted and their pupils have been achieving above national average results at the end of KS2 SATs for the past three years.


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How Star helped us become a full primary school

Southtown Primary School, Great Yarmouth

Southtown Primary School in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, has around 220 pupils from Reception through to Year 6. Solely an infant school in previous years, they got their first intake of KS2 students in 2014. Here, Susan Miles, Deputy Headteacher, shares how the school uses Renaissance Star Assessments™ and how it helped them transition into a full primary school.


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