Year 1 Phonics Check: Understanding individual student reports slide outlines

1. Understanding individual student reports 

2. Year 1 Phonics Check individual student reports 

[Image: screenshot of the Phonics Check online platform, highlighting the Reporting tab on the left-hand side of the screen. Next, the search box along the top is highlighted, where a student’s name can be entered, or alternatively, a name can be selected from the list of students displayed in card format below.] 

3. Year 1 Phonics Check individual student reports: summary 

[Image: screenshot of the Phonics Check summary report for an example student. The screen shows a number in the top left-hand corner indicating how many responses the student got correct; and the level of the student’s results (fluent, developing or struggling). The example student is at the ‘developing’ level with a total of 20 out of 40 correct responses. The main part of the image has four graphs showing results for the areas: real simple words, real complex words, pseudo simple words and pseudo complex words. This summary indicates the example student is fluent with real words and complex real words but struggling with simple pseudo words and complex pseudo words.] 

4. Year 1 Phonics Check individual student reports: summary (cont.) 

[Image: screenshot of the report for the sample student indicating the 20 ‘problem words’ from the Check, encountered by this student.] 

5. Year 1 Phonics Check individual reports: details 

[Image: screenshot of the Details report for an individual student, showing results for each word as either ‘Got it!’ or ‘Not yet’ for the sample student. The Details report is found by clicking on the Details button in the top right-hand side of the reporting page, to the right of the Summary button. The details report has three columns: the Word column, the Observation column (where ‘Got it!’ or ‘Not yet’ results are shown), and the Comment column, where teachers make their notes. In this example, the teacher has marked the word ‘tram’ as ‘Not yet’ and made the comment ‘trum’. To the right of the slide is shown the Results button, showing options to sort results to show ‘All’, ‘Got it!’ or ‘Not yet’.]