Data review Success Stories
The Boulevard Academy, Kingston, Humberside
The Boulevard Academy have used Star Assessments for reading and maths as their primary means of assessing progress and attainment since the school opened in 2013. The school focuses heavily on literacy and numeracy, with their main goal in KS3 being for all students to achieve proficiency in these areas in preparation for the GCSE curriculum. Chris Navier and Adele Elliott share how Star enables the school to do this.
Lusaka International Community School, Zambia
Christ the Redeemer Primary School, Belfast, County Antrim
Renaissance Accelerated Reader is ‘The single most effective literacy strategy we have put in place’
Oasis Academy Wintringham, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire
Since implementing Accelerated Reader in 2008, Oasis Academy Wintringham have seen huge improvements in reading standards throughout the school.
Part of the story: ‘Master School’ using Renaissance Star Assessments to precisely establish reading progress
Wolsingham School, Wolsingham, County Durham
Wolsingham School are making use of STAR Reading to closely assess student progress and identify those in need of support, and are seeing drastic improvements in student reading age and GCSE results.
Bristol Brunel Academy, Bristol, Avon
Having used Accelerated Reader for 5 years, Bristol Brunel Academy considers it 'an integral part of school life.'
Maltings Academy, Witham, Essex
Maltings Academy has been transformed from a 'Requires Improvement' rating by OFSTED to 'Outstanding'. The librarian praises AR for contributing to the turnaround.
Ryde Academy, Isle of Wight
Since joining the Renaissance School Partnership, staff at Ryde Academy have put in place a routine for daily reading practice and progress monitoring. They have also rolled out a paired reading scheme that has seen a significant increase in students' reading ages.
The Boulevard Academy, Kingston upon Hull
Recently judged 'outstanding' in every category, Ofsted inspectors are particularly impressed with the reading programme at the Boulevard Academy. Staff are supported by the Renaissance School Partnership programme, which provides data analysis and professional development to promote success. As a result, students are making outstanding progress in every measure.
Heartlands High School, North London
As part of a whole-school literacy strategy, Heartlands High School has used the dedicated programme management of the RSP programme to support the successful implementation of Accelerated Reader. By breaking down the data into concise reports, RSP has allowed the school to focus clearly on student outcomes.