Check out our Phonics Screening Results!

All the teaching team are very impressed with how much progress the children have made with their Phonics in the 2022-2023 academic year. Every child has made brilliant progress and 19 out of 21 (86%) Year 1 pupils surpassed the Phonics Screening threshold. In addition, 100% of the Year 2 children also passed the threshold. Well done to all the pupils and staff for achieving our highest percentage to date!

The percentage of Year 1 children that met the expected standard in Phonics The percentage of Year 2 children that met the expected standard in Phonics
202176% (in house)58%

Here are some pupil voice comments from some of our youngest children about their phonics lessons…

“I do Phonics every day. I feel good because I can write long sentences.” Esmae

“I like Phonics because I know all of the phonemes.” Elias

“I like to practise my graphemes like a ‘p’.” Isla

“We have lots of jobs to do and you do Phonics in them. We have a Writing Area to write sentences by yourself.” George

“I have learnt to write all of the graphemes.” Arthur

Visit our Phonics and Early Reading section to learn more!

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