Easyread System for Schools
A new approach for struggling readers
The Easyread System for schools brings a new approach to reading difficulties, which is particularly powerful for visual learners. I hope you will take 5 minutes to explore what it can do for your school and those children. You can explore our innovative, research-based visual pictophonics approach here, or by watching the video overviews below.
How Easyread works
The system is designed to draw together the efforts of the school and home. So parents can log into their child’s school account to do lessons at weekends and during the holidays. This will not always happen, but has huge benefits when it does.
The Easyread online lessons take 10-15 minutes and need to be monitored by a trained facilitator. A one-on-one or two-on-one student:faculty ratio is recommended. We provide all the training necessary for success through an online training suite.
Expected reading age gain
You can expect it to take around 120 lessons for an average 8 year-old to catch up with their peers, starting from 1-2 years behind in reading age. You can see those research results reflected in the data collected by the Open University in their London trials.
A teaching consultant's reviewA teacher and consultant with 20 years’ experience reviews Easyread.
Case Study: Cherwell Secondary SchoolThough designed for ages 6-11, Easyread has been implemented successfully in several middle/secondary schools.
Teachers share their Easyread feedback
Here are a few examples of the sort of results schools see, in both the elementary/primary and secondary settings. You can see other reviews from teachers here.