I just wanted to share this with you. On our own assessments, that purely test de-coding skills, Cameron started Easyread in Year3 at 4 years and 3 months. He is now in Year4 at lesson 349 and we have done his final test, which has come out at 10 years and 2 months!
How wonderful to see all his hard work paying off!
Sarah at Thorndown Primary
Things are continuing to go well and those children who are regular users are making great progress.
We are really pleased with the system – thank you
Adrian, Vallajeelt School
The program is going well for both Bradley and Jackson. Taylor finished the program last year. All three students received the Chief Minister’s award for reading in 2015. This was a wonderful achievement.
Linda, Nakara Primary School
It is going really well – I have been really impressed! We have 4 boys doing Easyread at the moment. The youngest is in Year 2 and was really struggling with reading and writing. He has never been formally assessed but he has all the traits of Dyslexia. He is really enjoying Easyread and his class teacher reports that he is now writing in class! When I asked him about his writing he told me that he is writing now as he can now spell and read lots of the words which is fantastic!
The other boys are older – Yr 4, Yr 5 and Yr 6 and all making progress. The Year 6 boy has a Statement and has complex learning difficulties but is able to access Easyread – he loves the games, can tell me all the characters and is happy to have a go independently.
Alison, St Lawrence School
All the children are really enjoying the sessions and all are improving. M in particular has now become a confident reader, wanting to read out loud in a group, and reading fluently. It’s lovely to see.
Sara Wilde, Old Earth School
Today we have re-tested some of the children who have been on the Easyread trial and the results are very encouraging. The class teacher is very pleased with the way it seems to be impacting on the children’s writing and spelling as well as reading and also in some cases their confidence.
– Old Earth Primary School