How LiteracyPlanet is being used by schools.

LiteracyPlanet is being used to improve English literacy skills in thousands of schools. These case studies show how LiteracyPlanet is providing students with thousands of exercises, from early reading to advanced grammar. To learn more about how LiteracyPlanet can improve your students' English literacy skills, click here for an obligation-free demonstration.

Encouraging new English learners

"We have seen improvements and students enjoy using LiteracyPlanet. The program has provided the extra practice we needed."

Daisy Maciel Duarte Gava, English Coordinator
Escola Beit Yaacov School

Nurturing English language learners

"With LiteracyPlanet our teachers continue to find new and engaging ways to deliver curriculum-aligned content to our students."

Sasha Wright, Principal,
St. Hugh’s Preparatory School

Encouraging new English learners

"Students can practice phonic sounds that have been taught in class, reinforcing these sounds in a fun and practical way."

Franli Newman, 4th Grade Teacher,
Bilkent Laboratory and International School

Saving time and driving efficiency

"The custom spelling section enabled teachers to save lots of time as they could instantly assign children a range of high-quality exercises."

Matthew Fagg, Primary English Coordinator,
British International School Riyadh

Helping a diverse range of students

"Students can practice phonic sounds that have been taught in class, reinforcing these sounds in a fun and practical way."

Lauren Walsh, Teacher,
British International School Istanbul

Providing a valuable resource

"LiteracyPlanet has been a superb addition to the range of tools we use within literacy to enhance the childrens’ learning."

Shereen Khan, Year 4 Teacher
Al Jazeera Academy

Supporting literacy learning

"LiteracyPlanet has many features that complement the learning needs of our pupils, particularly those from a bilingual or multilingual background."

Rachel Arnold, Deputy Head of English,
Qatar International School

Providing variety in the classroom

"It is very appealing to students, challenging and most of all fun, therefore they are eagerly looking forward to it."

Silvia Persson, 5th Grade Teacher
Thomas Jefferson Zona Esmeralda

Improving literacy engagement

"Students are more motivated to read and this has led to positive outcomes in other subject areas. i.e. a better understanding of worded problems in math."

Sonia Fry, Principal
Pike Primary and Infant School

Supporting learning across key areas

"Students’ reading confidence has increased, as well as their performance on spelling list activities."

Nahed Barakat, Early Years Literacy Specialist
Notion International School

Offering a fun, meaningful resource

"We can fully differentiate tasks in a subtle way and children can also self-select difficulty levels."

Lauren Mackey, Head of English
Brighton & Hove Preparatory 

Helping students develop skills

"It helps staff to track progress and lock certain tasks to make sure they are completed by students."

Floella Grosvenor, English Teacher,
Oak Tree School

Unlocking student potential

"LiteracyPlanet helps us to track progress and lock certain tasks to make sure they are completed by students."

Famida Choudhary, Innovation Leader, 
The Millennium School

Supporting learning across key areas

"LiteracyPlanet is a great programme. It is individual and can be used across all levels. It can be used at home, it is fun and has an appealing design."

Valerie, Year 5 Teacher, 
Duhok British International School

Engaging learners of all abilities

"It’s really nice and useful. The website is very attractive along with fun-filled activities. Learners enjoy interacting with LiteracyPlanet.”

Ms Indrani, Grade II Teacher,
Oakridge International School

Easy to implement and curriculum aligned

"LiteracyPlanet has proved to be one of the best applications at ABQIS. Students are fully engaged, it’s easy to use, economical and fits the curriculum."

Tatjana Mucalov, Head of Learning Support Unit
Azzan Bin Qais International School

Improving with modern technology

"Learning really becomes fun when LiteracyPlanet is used. This not only enhances their vocabulary in English but also promotes their concentration.”

Ms. Jolly Talwar, Teacher,
Birla High School (Mukundapur)

Introducing new literacy concepts

"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. Students learn without realising."

Michala Warner, Assistant Principal
Edward Worlledge Ormiston Academy

Creating active, engaged 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

Developing strong literacy skills

"LiteracyPlanet captivates students' attention. It's a way for students to develop their literacy skills while also having fun...I especially like being able to input our own spelling lists, and the vocabulary lists that are available for all grade levels."

Kerry Taffe, Head of Department for Reading,
Maverley Primary & Junior High School

Supporting learning across key areas

"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,
Victory Heights Primary School

Empowering students to improve

"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,
Collège Champittet

Supporting learning across key areas

"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,
Hurstmere School

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