THANK YOU…

…for making the 2016 Renaissance Awards such a success!

On the 21st of October 2016, top performing primary and secondary schools across the UK came together to celebrate the 2016 Renaissance Awards.
The Awards recognise schools that have implemented Best Practices for Renaissance Accelerated Reader, as identified in their Renaissance Star Reading results and reported in a recently-published fidelity study by Professor Keith Topping.

Our 2016 Winners

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    Our winners share their thoughts on Accelerated Reader


    Awards Categories and Shortlisted Schools

    Top performing Primary School in England Top performing Primary School in Scotland Top performing Primary School in Wales Top performing Primary School in Northern Ireland
    • Durston House School, London (Winner)
    • Sandgate Primary School, Kent
    • Redhill Primary School, Staffordshire
    • Loretto RC Primary School, East Lothian (Winner)
    • Belhaven Hill School, East Lothian
    • Chapel of Garioch Primary School
    • Haberdashers’ Monmouth School for Girls (Winner)
    • Bryn Primary School, Dyfed
    • St Iltyds RC Primary School, West Glamorgan
    • Ampertaine Primary School, Co. Londonderry (Winner)
    • St Peters Primary School, Co. Tyrone
    • St Olcans Primary School, Co. Antrim
    Top performing Secondary School in England Top performing Secondary School in Scotland Top performing Secondary School in Wales Top performing Secondary School in Northern Ireland
    • The Boulevard Academy, Humberside (Winner)
    • Lancaster Royal Grammar School, Lancashire
    • Q3 Academy, West Midlands
    • Belhaven Hill School, East Lothian (Winner)
    • Moffat Academy, Dumfriesshire
    • Ellon Academy, Aberdeenshire
    • Ysgol Bryn Alyn, Clwyd (Winner)
    • The Maelor School, Clwyd
    • The Glyn Drew High School and Michaelston Community College Federation, South Glamorgan
    • Sullivan Upper School, Co. Down (Winner)
    • Bangor Grammar School, Co. Down
    • Royal Belfast, Academical Institution, Co Antrim

    Relive the very first Renaissance Awards


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    Renaissance in the News

    The Observer, Guardian, Independent and several other national media, have shown great interest in Professor Keith Toppings’s newly published research, on which the first Renaissance Awards are based.

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