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Weavers Academy

One year 11 student started Lexonik with a reading age of 8.9 years, and improved to 18.7 years following the six week process. This saw a knock-on increase in her targeted GCSE grades, and she is now expected to achieve Bs in all subjects.

Samantha Satyanadhan
Assistant Principal
Weavers Academy Wellingborough

If someone had told me a few years ago that there was a programme that could boost reading ages by over two years in just six weeks, I wouldn’t have believed them. However, since working with Sound Training’s Lexonik programme, we’ve seen such results and more.

Students in our school from years 8 to 10 participate in Lexonik, and we have seen a rapid improvement in their reading ages of, on average, 29 months. This is not the only benefit of the literacy programme; we have also seen increased confidence in accessing all areas of the curriculum.

One year 11 student started Lexonik with a reading age of 8.9 years, and improved to 18.7 years following the six week process. This saw a knock-on increase in her targeted GCSE grades, and she is now expected to achieve Bs in all subjects.

This academic year we will receive our first set of GCSE results from students who have gone through the programme, and I am confident that we will see the benefits of Lexonik in increased achievement across the board.

I absolutely love the programme, and Katy, the Founder Director of Sound Training, is excellent. The accessible, targeted process is set apart from other schemes by actually delivering on what it promises.”