The phonics screening check is a new, statutory assessment for all children in Year 1, designed to confirm whether individual children have learnt phonic decoding to an appropriate standard.
The Phonics Screening Check data collection will provide information at school level via RAISEonline for schools to analyse their own performance; and at national and Local Authority level to allow schools to benchmark their children’s performance. National results will also be used to track standards over time.
The data collection from maintained schools (including Academies and Free Schools) is a statutory collection. Local authorities and accredited agencies are required to submit phonics checks results data to the Department for Education using COLLECT annually by the end of July.Contact us
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General information and documents to help complete the 2013 phonics screening check data collection.
Multi-page article 12 April 2013
Access to bulletins issued in support of the 2012 collection of the Year 1 Phonics Screening Check data.
General article 11 July 2012
Useful guidance and technical documents for the 2012 Year 1 Phonics Screening Check data collection.
General article 04 July 2012