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Latest success stories from Renaissance Learning

Assessment without levels Success Stories

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Part 2: My journey with Star as an Accelerated Reader School

River Beach Primary School, Littlehampton, West Sussex, England

River Beach Primary School is based in West Sussex and has approximately 720 pupils on roll and cater for children from nursery through to Year 6. Their motto is "Every Child, Every Chance, and Every Day" and this motto is clearly respected in their journey with monitoring progress for each pupil through individualised and personalised testing and reporting. Joe Neale, English Subject Leader at River Beach Primary, takes us through their journey of monitoring progress and growth with Accelerated Reder and Star Assessments.


My teachers have more information than ever on learning and progress, and a lower workload

Battle & Langton CE Primary School, Battle, England

Gary Alexander, Deputy Head Teacher at Battle & Langton Primary, takes us through his journey of assessment without levels. He speaks about how Star was trialled with Year 3 and Year 5 pupils in his school and how they journeyed on to predicting their pupils SATs results with Star Assessments.


Star – An accurate predictor of pupil performance

Herne Bay Junior School, Kent

Acting Deputy Head, Chris Thomas, shares the journey that they’ve been on for the last 18 months – and explains how data is proving to be a valuable tool in helping to find the story behind every child…


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Twenty months’ reading age growth in just ten months at West Midlands primary school

St. John's CE Primary School, Walsall, West Midlands

With the help of Renaissance Accelerated Reader, St. John's CE Primary School in Walsall have seen a boost in reading motivation, and improvement in children's capacity to read independently and select books appropriate for their age and ability.