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Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) Lexia Evaluation Report on KS1 Struggling Readers:

‘Children offered Lexia made the equivalent of two additional months’ progress in reading, on average, compared to other children. These results have a high security rating’

To read the full report, click here.

Core5® Student Activities Overview

Lexia’s personalised learning model – an integrated system of three component parts:

Independent student-driven learning: Students work independently to develop critical reading and language skills through individualised, motivating learning paths. All students, regardless of their skill level, can work at their own pace.

Ongoing data to drive instructional priorities: As students work independently in the browser-based activities of Lexia’s instructional programs, real-time performance data is collected. Teachers can access data reports online through their myLexia accounts.  Reports are delivered at three levels: school, class and student.

Paper-based resources for face-to-face instruction: Teachers have the resources they need for face-to-face instruction and independent student practice. Based on student data, Lexia recommends specific paper-based resources for individual and group instruction that fit flexibly into existing classroom routines. Ready to print, resources include scripted lesson plans, worksheets, flashcards and printable comprehension exercises.

Core5: Scope & Sequence

Lexia® Core5® Reading provides all students, from at-risk to on-level and advanced, a systematic and structured approach to the six areas of reading, covering early phonological to advanced comprehension skills. The program creates personalised learnings paths for each student through an adaptive placement and scaffolded activities.

I like Lexia because it sharpens your mind. The comprehension units have really helped me improve on my comprehension tests. Overall, it is very helpful and fun. I really love the animations at the end. I would definitely recommend this to someone else!

Student

West Walton Community Primary School