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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’

In addition, subgroup analysis on FSM pupils represented an effect of three months’ additional progress.

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Rosewood Primary School, Burnley

We have used Lexia as part of our ‘recovery curriculum’ and having implemented it for a term, the reports produced to demonstrate the excellent academic progress the children have made in a very short space of time.

L. Whitwell, Deputy Head
Rosewood Primary School, Burnley

Lexia has been a fantastic resource which has supported our children when returning to the classrooms this academic year.  We have used this as part of our ‘recovery curriculum’ and having implemented it for a term, the reports produced to demonstrate the excellent academic progress the children have made in a very short space of time.  The initial ‘placement’ phase clearly identifies gaps in the children’s knowledge and then actively supports them whilst trying to teach these specific concepts.  The children are engaged, accessing Lexia both from home and in school and are motivated by the regular certificates.  Teachers and support staff have found the program easy to use and the children are able to access their learning independently throughout the day.  The support provided by the customer service team has enabled me personally to easily lead and oversee the program across the whole school and identify where intervention is needed.