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Subject

  • Behaviour interventions
  • Classroom management
  • Early childhood
  • Health and prevention
  • Home-school partnerships
  • Literacy (Reading)
  • Literacy (Writing)
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • School reform
  • Science
  • Social and emotional learning
  • Speaking and listening
  • Teaching and learning

Key Stage

  • All
  • Foundation Stage
  • Key Stage 1
  • Key Stage 2
  • Key Stage 3
  • Key Stage 4
  • Post 16

Practice

  • Behaviour interventions
  • Collaborative learning
  • Digital technology
  • Early years interventions
  • Extended school time
  • Feedback
  • Individualised instruction
  • Mastery learning
  • Mentoring
  • Meta-cognition and self-regulation
  • One-to-one tuition
  • Oral language interventions
  • Parental involvement
  • Peer tutoring
  • Phonics
  • Reading comprehension strategies
  • Small group tuition
  • Social and emotional aspects of learning
  • Sports participation
  • Summer schools
  • Teaching assistants

Targeted Group

  • At-risk pupils
  • Behavioural difficulties
  • Boys
  • Dyslexic pupils
  • EAL pupils
  • Low-achieving pupils
  • Pupil premium children
  • SEN children
  • Speech, language and communication needs
  • Struggling readers

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School Renaissance
 School reform   | Foundation Stage | Key Stage 1 | Key Stage 2 | Key Stage 3 | Key Stage 4 | Post 16

Overview

School Renaissance is a comprehensive reform model for both primary and secondary, designed to support a schoolís core curricula. The programme includes maths, reading and writing interventions, as well as professional development opportunities, organisation and management solutions, technical assistance, strategies for parental involvement, and a plan for annual evaluation. The programme is supported by a specialist software package, Renaissance Place, which tracks and reports pupils' overall academic progress. According to Renaissance Learning, their goal is to help educators make data-based decisions in order to meet the needs of diverse learners.

Evidence Summary   |

The Best Evidence Encyclopaedia (2009) rated School Renaissance as having moderate evidence of effectiveness for school reform in primary schools, as a study showed that it had a positive impact on maths and reading.
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