Reading culture Success Stories
Oasis Academy Wintringham, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire
Following their introduction of Renaissance Accelerated Reader, Oasis Academy Wintringham have seen reading culture transformed at their school.
Millquarter Primary School, Toombridge, County Antrim
Redriff Primary School, Southwark, London
Redriff Primary School have launched a concerted effort to transform the school's reading culture. Charlotte Heath, Assistant Head, discusses the effects the programme has had.
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.
Bristol Brunel Academy, Bristol, Avon
Having used Accelerated Reader for 5 years, Bristol Brunel Academy considers it 'an integral part of school life.'
‘A tremendous success’: AR leads to increased enjoyment of reading and a strong reading culture at Northern Ireland primary school
St. Peter's Primary School, Collegeland, N. Ireland
St. Peter's Primary has been using AR since June 2014. Principal Jim McAlinden observes a thriving Reading Culture as a result.
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.
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.
Duke's Aldridge Academy, North London
Since relaunching Accelerated Reader with a Year 7 cohort, the programme has taken off successfully at Duke's Aldridge Academy (formerly Northumberland Park Community School). Students are increasingly engaged and staff are pleased with the support they have received from their Renaissance School Partnership programme manager.
East Point Academy, Suffolk
Under the RSP programme, Accelerated Reader has become more fully embedded in students' daily lives at East Point. The support from a dedicated programme manger has helped staff to focus on high-priority areas of their implementation, with the result that reading is part of school life and students are reading twice as much as they were before.