Published 26 september 2019. Responding to the results.
Statistics from may 2010 onwards are available on gov uk.
Phonics screening test results. You can find our archived statistics on. 2 contents introduction 3 the purpose of this booklet 3 the importance of phonics 4 a whole school approach 4 reporting to parents 4 responding to the outcomes planning the next steps 5 section 1. Laura sharp a phonics expert with thirty years experience in primary education answers the most frequently asked questions about the year 1 phonics screening check.
It takes only 5 7 minutes and is carried out by classroom teachers with each student individually. The proportion of children who met the expected standard in the phonics check at the end of year 1 in 2019 was 82 per cent. Year 1 phonics screening check.
The phonics screening check is a short simple assessment that tells teachers how primary school students are progressing in phonics. Almost all our pupils exceeded the expected standard 5 section 2. Provisional information on the 2019 phonics screening check and national curriculum assessments at key stage 1.
Statistics on national curriculum assessments at key stage 1 and phonics screening check results. Last updated 20 december 2019 see all updates. Departmental advice for reception and key stage 1 teachers.
The year 1 phonics screening check is not a formal test but a way for teachers to ensure that children are making sufficient progress with their phonics skills to read words and that they are. The phonics screening test is a statutory nationwide assessment of five and six year olds ability to. The provisional statistics released today by the department for education show the pass rate was down 0 6 percentage points compared to 2018 using unrounded data.
Teachers then analyse the results and if necessary plan for any additional support that students might require.