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Scholastic Reading Pro

Scholastic Reading Pro

Motivate reading for pleasure and assess reading progress

Product Type
Software
Age Range
4-115-77-1111-13
Environment
ClassroomHome

Assess, motivate and measure reading progress

Scholastic Reading Pro combines assessment and reading motivation to raise reading standards at pupil, class and whole school level. Bringing together carefully levelled children’s books with a computer-adaptive test to measure a child’s reading level, Scholastic Reading Pro engages young readers with personalised book recommendations and thousands of quizzes to monitor and assess independent reading.

Using the Lexile® framework to measure both readers and texts on the same scale, Scholastic Reading Pro is uniquely able to recommend the right book for the right pupil at the right time.

Make testing meaningful and actionable

The Scholastic Reading Pro path starts by measuring reading comprehension with the Reading Pro Test, a fast and accurate tool to evaluate reading levels. The complexity of the test questions increases or decreases based on the pupil’s answers.

Access powerful data and reports

Detailed reports help school leaders to monitor children at whole school, class and pupil level. Reading progress reports can be easily shared with parents, teachers, governors and Ofsted.

Motivate progress with the right books

Personalised reading lists and book quizzes are matched to pupil’s levels and interests. Reading lists can be customised based on your school’s library stock.

Costs
£4.50 per licence
Trial Options
Paid trialFree while schools are closed and for two weeks from their return

“An Ofsted inspector commented on how favourably the children speak about reading…”

Case Study

Since the introduction of this scheme into our school our children have gained, or realised, their real love for reading.

“What we are able to do in three clicks would have taken over three hours in the old system…”

Case Study

Durand Academy purchased Scholastic Reading Pro in June 2014. They needed to engage children in reading for pleasure…

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