Progress Monitoring Success Stories
St Joseph’s Primary School, Greenock, Scotland
Ashford School, Ashford, Kent
Leeann Royle is the librarian at the prep school at Ashford School in Kent, catering for ages 3-11. They have been using Accelerated Reader since 2010. Here, she talks about her experience with the programme.
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.
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.
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.
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.
GEMS Wellington Academy, Dubai
Since implementing Star Reading and Accelerated Reader, both progress levels and attainment levels have risen year on year at GEMS Wellington Academy.
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.
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.
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.