Screener sample reports

GL Assessment’s well established Dyslexia and Dyscalculia Screeners Digital can play an important part in helping teachers identify pupils with dyslexic and dyscalculic tendencies respectively. The following enhanced reports are available for both assessments:

  • A group report that offers a convenient way of assimilating and storing the results for a group of learners
  • An enhanced individual report for teachers/practitioners that shows the results of each subset and recommendations for each test taker
  • A comprehensive parent/carer report plus further guidance and letter templates to help support communication with parents and carers both before and after screening

Click below to download the Dyslexia and Dyscalculia Screeners Digital Sample Reports booklet to view all of the above reports.

Portfolio sample reports

GL Assessment’s well established Dyslexia Portfolio can play an important part in helping teachers and SENCOs identify areas of difficulty in literacy learning, particularly for those pupils who may have been screened as having dyslexic tendencies. 

The Portfolio comes with an online Report Generation Tool. Teachers input raw scores and a graphical narrative report is produced instantly, complete with Standard Age Scores and recommendations for appropriate support and intervention. A comprehensive parent/carer report is also available to help support communication with parents and carers after the assessment has been carried out (see below for details).

Click on the links below to download sample reports from the Dyslexia Portfolio:

Dyslexia Portfolio Sample Report - Emma Aged 15

Dyslexia Portfolio Sample Report - Ben Aged 7 

 

Parent/Carer Report

The parent/carer report has been added to the teacher report. This will enable feedback to be given to parents that relates directly to the assessments taken by their child. The report is in addition to the teacher report and is presented as a separate PDF that can be saved and filed or printed and given in its entirety to parents/carers.

The parent/carer report starts with some general information including why the Portfolio has been used, what it measures and how the information it yields can be interpreted. There is a summary of scores in a chart and then text which describes each cluster and gives a level for the student that is either low (standard score below 80), below average (80-89), average (90-109), above average (110-119) or high (120+). There follows bullet pointed guidance for parents/carers on how they can help their child and support the school’s work at home.

The scores are presented as standard scores. A parent/carer report will be generated only for pupils with Dyslexia Index of C, D or E (mild, moderate orsevere) but the Index is not included on the parent/carer report. The guidance is generalised and does not attempt to differentiate between the different levels of dyslexia that may be present. Each cluster has been treated separately and where a child is in the average, above average or high range no advice is given.

Sample parent report that would be generated for a child with mild dyslexia