WordFlyers is improving literacy skills in schools right across Australia
WordFlyers is the passport to learning and improving literacy skills. The program builds and consolidates students’ literacy basics – so you can spend more time developing their higher-order skills.
97% of teachers agree that WordFlyers is an effective way to build students’ literacy skills.
How is WordFlyers improving literacy skills in schools around Australia?
- Automated online marking means you receive instant feedback on individual students’ progress and achievements.
- Differentiated interactive activities allow your students to work on lessons appropriate to their ability.
- Scaffolded tutorials and lessons based on Vygotskian principles, with explicit teaching of content in ways that make learning easier.
- Correlated to the Australian Curriculum: English, the lessons will build a strong platform for student success in NAPLAN tests.
Why WordFlyers is great for improving literacy skills:
- Delivered in year levels with revision and consolidation stages that reinforce learning.
- Organised to reflect the Australian Curriculum: English, where years 7-8 students focus on learning skills and years 9-10 student apply those skills in increasingly complex contexts.
- Contextualised learning through the analysis of a range of real-world texts and engaging interactive games.
- Students engage with texts at literal, inferential and critical levels. This is reflected in the content as well as the way questions are written.
Here's what your students will experience:
“Happily, from recent NAPLAN results, we’ve seen a significant improvement in students’ literacy skills. In particular, students’ results in reading, spelling and grammar have strongly improved from 2015 to 2017. WordFlyers has made a difference in our school.”
Pauline Hageman, Head Teacher - English and Drama, Burwood Girls High School, New South Wales
“My class is really loving WordFlyers, so much so that they’re disappointed when I ask them to finish their lesson so we can move on to something else! I love that it caters to students’ ability levels and that they can learn at their own paces.”
Leah Nicholls, Belgrave Heights Christian School, Belgrave Heights, Victoria