Why LiteracyPlanet works

Proven to give your students a major advantage! A study conducted by global consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) found students using LiteracyPlanet achieve an average 12% improvement in literacy grades when using the programme.

As part of the study PwC analysed scores and usage levels of all students using LiteracyPlanet’s digital programs from January 2016 to January 2018, meticulously investigating 500 million rows of data to see what is working well for students in classrooms and at home.

The study was able to show LiteracyPlanet builds a strong foundation in literacy for all students. PwC also found the programme is equally as useful for teachers looking for a way to make catching up fun and effective as it is for teachers looking to push their students ahead of the pack.

PricewaterhouseCoopers found with the completion of just 70 exercises a term, students of all ages and abilities achieve an average 12% improvement in grades. This is the equivalent of having students complete just half an hour of LiteracyPlanet a week. The PwC study doesn’t just show that LiteracyPlanet works, but it works well for students across all year and performance levels.

Give your students an advantage with LiteracyPlanet

With just 10 LiteracyPlanet exercises PwC observed progress in all levels.

In just 30 LiteracyPlanet exercises, struggling students catch-up by 70%.

The more exercises taken, the greater the improvements seen.

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