Report on Statutory Phonics Data

Once Phonics data has been entered or imported into ScholarPack, there are a couple of reports you can run to view your data.  Go to Reporting > Assessment > Statutory Assessment (tab)

School Phonics Report

This report is a way of reporting on each student's phonics results in the school. 

The first step is to set the filters that are required. The filters in the report ensure that you can filter for the data you wish to include in the final report.

You can make selections from an area of interest, for example, year the phonics results were taken, year group, form etc.  

You can also include off-rolled students to be included in the report.

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The report will show a table with each student's phonics results (outcome and mark) alongside the year group of outcome, year of result, and  their current year group.

There are bin icons at the top of the column headings with you can click to remove columns, should you wish to do so.


You can change your selections at any time, by clicking the 'Filters' button in the top right so the filters reappear. 

To export the report, you click the second yellow icon at the top right of the page.

You have an option to choose to export the report in the following file formats: Word (.doc), PDF (.pdf) and Excel (.xls). 

Need to view phonics results for a previous year?

Select the academic year the results were taken and the students' current academic year group then click Choose.



Phonics Report to Parents Report

This is a report that can be run to export your phonics data in a format that can be sent to parents and included in student reports.

Select the year the Phonics test was taken, and the academic year you wish to report on, then click Choose.

This will bring up the result for each child, and an explanation for the Phonics outcome score.

If you download the report to portrait Word, it will produce an A4 page for each student.

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