Primary Success Stories
Ballykelly Primary School, Northern Ireland
Accelerated Reader was introduced as part of a new literacy strategy in the 2012/13 academic year. Standards have improved since, and students are increasingly enthusiastic about reading.
St Paul's CE Primary School, North West London
Having experienced success with Accelerated Reader, St Paul's CE Primary implemented Accelerated Maths. Teaching has been transformed, with personalised practice for every student now the norm.
Holland Park Primary School, Essex
Students love taking quizzes on the books they have read at Holland Park Primary School. Engagement with reading is improving and many of them are passing their quizzes with flying colours.
Kingsnorth Church of England Primary School, Kent
Reading has been put at the heart of Kingsnorth after an incoming head teacher brought his past experiences with Accelerated Reader to his new school. Students are now reading appropriate books, are enjoying reading, and are recognising their own progress.
Termoncanice Primary School, Limavady, Northern Ireland
Vice Principal Leo McCloskey devised a reading scheme to engage and motivate his students to read. Using Accelerated Reader and STAR Early Literacy, he was able to monitor their progress and direct them to success.
St Columba’s Primary School, Co. Tyrone
A strong reading culture has developed at St Columba's Primary School since Accelerated Reader was implemented. Students are reading more widely and staff are able to monitor their progress effectively.
Holy Family Primary School, County Derry
Inspectors were impressed with the "rich literacy environment" at Holy Family Primary School - students are engaged with reading, and as a result almost all students at the end of Key Stage 2 have reading ages at or above their chronological ages.
Niddrie Mill Primary School, Edinburgh
Staff at Niddrie Mill wanted to establish a strong culture of reading throughout the school. Accelerated Reader gave them the support they needed to get students reading for pleasure and to monitor their progress in reading skills.