Reading for pleasure Success Stories
Christ the Redeemer Primary School, Belfast, County Antrim
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.
Desborough College, Maidenhead, Berkshire
Desborough College, a boys' secondary comprehensive school in Maidenhead, has seen a flourishing reading culture following their implementation of AR.
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.
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.
Firth Park Academy, Sheffield
By joining the Renaissance School Partnership programme, Firth Park has put Accelerated Reader at the centre of the English Department. While reading used to be an add-on, it is now firmly embedded in the curriculum and a top priority for the staff team.