Tracks Literacy is for:
'Teachers cannot believe the progress of previously passive pupils.
It's the most psychological approach to literacy I have seen.'
Senior Psychologist London Borough of Hillingdon
EPNET: Forum for educational psychologists
Pupils of any age, from infant to secondary to adult levels of literacy.
The focus of Tracks is the pupil who has the greatest difficulty in learning, but parts of it are used with all pupils. We simply make decisions about what to leave out to accelerate progress.
Tracks Literacy is :
It's a unique multi-track programme that allows pupils to use their strengths to make progress
It's the product of research in numerous educational settings and reflects the psychology of learning
Tracks' results attract attention from major researchers and government agencies
Pupils learn effortlessly: they find the tracks addictive
They learn how they learn and make informed decisions about personal next steps
Economical in terms of learning
Pupils work at the rate at which they are successful - and learning
They only spend time on what are the next, individually appropriate steps
Pupils work at an individual pace and level in a group setting - even pupils who face the greatest challenges
To run an effective school system, just one or two lead teachers/teaching assistants are needed in most schools
The cost of running Tracks Literacy after training is minimal: at the most, £6 per pupil