School Case Studies

Read how these schools use LiteracyPlanet to improve learning outcomes.

Edward Worlledge

Edward Worlledge Ormiston Academy

Making learning English skills fun

"LiteracyPlanet has all the aspects we need. We like the wide range of tasks and the fact that teachers can allocate tasks in groups or individually based on need. The game approach means pupils learn without realising."

- Michala Warner, Assistant Principal

 

MFC Players

English Premier League Academies

Engaging active and competitive learners

"LiteracyPlanet has opened up a whole new way of learning for our young players. Learning that is fun, competitive and challenging is something all the boys want to engage with."

- Barry Dawson, Head of Education & Welfare, Middlesbrough Academy

 

Victory Heights

Victory Heights Primary School

Ideal for differentiated learners in Dubai

"Literacy is one of the school’s key priorities. We looked at a number of different software packages, and felt that LiteracyPlanet has by far the most comprehensive offering to support our literacy objectives."

- Ben Rothwell, Head of Technology & Innovation

 

College Champittet

Collège Champittet

Developing students' English skills in Switzerland

"The children can all work at their own pace and the teacher can choose an individual path for each student. LiteracyPlanet has really helped me make sure every child gets what they need."

- Nathalie Balduck, English teacher and Head of EdTech Primary.

 

Enhancing the focus on English literacy

"Pupil Literacy outcomes have not only improved, children’s love for Literacy has been built, especially in the lower attaining pupils and our reluctant readers and writers. LiteracyPlanet has changed the way my learners see Literacy as a whole."

- Susan Atwal, Head of Primary

Hurstmere School

Improving outcomes for students of all abilities

"LiteracyPlanet works well as a literacy support provision, and through our deployment method we have seen some fantastic improvements with some of our key target student groups."

- Andy Reddy, Pupil Intervention manager/ SENCO