Student Engagement Success Stories
Cranleigh Preparatory School, Cranleigh, Surrey
Using Renaissance Accelerated Reader since September 2015, Cranleigh Preparatory School has seen a large impact on reading across the ability spectrum.
River Beach Primary School, Littlehampton, West Sussex
Christ the Redeemer Primary School, Belfast, County Antrim
Millquarter Primary School, Toombridge, County Antrim
Blackminster Middle School, Evesham, Worcestershire
Since implementing Renaissance Accelerated Reader in 2011, Blackminster Middle School have noticed a dramatic improvement in students' ability to access the curriculum.
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.
‘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.
Wellacre Academy , Flixton, Trafford
Staff at an academy near Manchester credit the Renaissance School Partnership as "genuinely transformational" in embedding a reading culture and implementing Accelerated Reader successfully across the school. The training and support of the RSP programme have provided forward momentum that has helped staff and students to engage increasingly with AR.
Baxter Business and Enterprise College, Kidderminster, Worcestershire
Students at Baxter College are motivated to read and are reading more independently since using Accelerated Reader. The wealth of data available through AR is helping staff to encourage students with their reading and to motivate them to make further success.
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.