Intervention Success Stories
Faughanvale Primary School, Faughanvale, County Londonderry
Faughanvale Primary School have seen huge improvement in reading engagement, and are using literacy data to inform their school planning in a range of creative ways.
Colne Primet Academy, Colne, Lancashire
Having used Accelerated Maths for less than a year, Colne Primet Academy are already seeing big changes with attitudes towards maths, intervention, and the school's ability to monitor progress.
Copthall School, Mill Hill, London
Students at Copthall School in London are achieving almost an hour of daily engaged reading time, following the school's usage of Accelerated Reader to implement reading interventions, incentives and targets.
Millquarter Primary School, Toombridge, County Antrim
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.
Neston High School, Neston, Cheshire
5 years ago, Neston High School implemented AR. Since then, they have seen more and more books being read and enjoyed, and a reading culture has blossomed.
Students gaining in confidence and benefiting from intervention informed by AR at academy in Cumbria
West Lakes Academy, Cumbria
Students are gaining in confidence with reading at West Lakes Academy because they know that they can access the books they are reading. Targeted intervention programmes, informed by data from AR, are helping students to make rapid progress in their reading levels.
Oasis Academy Hadley, North East London
After a gradual introduction, all Year 7 and 8 students at Oasis Academy Hadley use Accelerated Maths and MathsFacts in a Flash to consolidate their learning and work towards mastery of their maths skills. Staff have found AM a useful assessment for learning tool.
Thorp Academy, Tyne and Wear
Accelerated Reader has improved engagement with reading and given staff the means they need to intervene and support those who are struggling. A positive reading culture has developed, and students are becoming increasingly independent with their reading.
The Boulevard Academy, Kingston upon Hull
Established as a free school in 2013, the Boulevard Academy has a specific focus on literacy and numeracy. The curriculum relies heavily on Accelerated Reader and Accelerated Maths to personalise learning for every student - and STAR Assessments provide the data to inform planning and teaching.