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Latest success stories from Renaissance Learning

Attainment Success Stories

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Reading ages, pupil wellbeing and exam readiness: setting our pupils up for life

Glenrothes High School, Fife

From improving reading ages, an increased focus on pupils' mental wellbeing, and increased confidence and readiness for exams, Graeme Keir shares the impact that Accelerated Reader has had on his school.


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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 Readerâ„¢ 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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Measuring progress: 14 months of reading progress in 10 months!

The Raglan Schools, Enfield

The Raglan Schools is a federation of Raglan Infant and Junior Schools, having approximately 930 children and 120 staff. They have been using Star Reading for five years and recently reported 14 months of reading progress in only 10 months! Head Teacher Martin Kelsey shares his story of discovering and implementing Star Reading Assessments in his school.



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Part 1: Going beyond AR with Star

River Beach Primary, Littlehampton, West Sussex, England

Joe Neale, English Subject Leader at River Beach Primary School talks about how Accelerated Reader has made a real impact on pupil progression in his school, and also shares the start of his journey on delving deeper into Star Reading and key findings he is making along the way.