# Statutory Checks Widget

## Purpose

Accessed from the Statutory Dashboard in Sonar Multi-School, the Statutory Checks Widget highlights:

- The percentage of eligible pupils across your Trust who have passed their Phonics Screening Check:
- The first time around by the end of Year One.
- Following a retake in Year Two (or first take if they missed the Check in Year One).
- Overall by the end of Key Stage One (those who took the Check in Year One and passed added to those who took the Check in Year Two and passed).

- The average score achieved by eligible pupils (excluding Leavers) across your Trust for their Multiplication Tables Check.

**Tip:** Details of the Statutory Data Eligibility Rules that govern these measures are provided in a sub-section below. This will help you to understand which pupils are included in these measures and how the measures are calculated.

## Screenshot

## Elements

Field Name | Description |
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Phonics Check - Year One | The percentage of pupils (excluding Leavers) across the whole of your Trust who have passed their Phonics Check in Year One. |

Phonics Check - Year Two (retakes) | The percentage of pupils (excluding Leavers) across the whole of your Trust who have passed their Phonics Check in Year Two, having not sat, or failed it in Year One. |

Phonics Check - End of KS1 | The percentage of pupils (excluding Leavers) across the whole of your Trust at the end of Year Two (excluding Leavers) who have passed their Phonics Check (be that in either Year One or Year Two). |

Multiplication Tables Check - Average Score | The average score achieved by eligible pupils (excluding Leavers) across your Trust for their Multiplication Tables Check. |

## Phonics Statutory Data Eligibility Rules

The following rule apply to determining which pupils are include in the calculations above using their data stored in Sonar Tracker.

### Cohort

Pupils take the Phonics Check in Year One. Where a pupil does not achieve a Pass, they are able to re-take the test in Year Two. Pupils in Year One and Year Two of the Current Academic Year are considered in this cohort.

- Year One pupils will only have a result in the Year One check.
- Year Two pupils will only have a result in the Year Two check if they did not achieve a pass (normally 32 marks) in Year One.

### Eligible Pupils

- For Phonics Year One any Year One cohort figure should be calculated on the number of Year One pupils (not leavers) who have any assessment data (numerical or alphabetical) recorded in Sonar Tracker for the Phonics Check in Year One.
- For Phonics Year Two (retakes) any Year Two cohort figure should be calculated on the number of Year Two pupils (not leavers) who have any assessment data (numerical or alphabetical) recorded in Sonar Tracker for the Phonics Check in Year Two.
- For Phonics End of KS1 any Year Two cohort figure should be calculated on the number of Year Two pupils (not leavers) who have any assessment (numerical or alphabetical) recorded in Sonar Tracker for the Phonics Check in Year One, plus any pupils who have a result recorded in Sonar Tracker for the Phonics Check in Year Two. If a pupil has a result recorded in both years, then the Year Two result should be counted.

### Not Eligible Pupils

Year One:

- A Year One pupil with no assessment result recorded for Year One Phonics.

Year Two:

- A Year Two pupil with no result in the Year Two check recorded, but who achieved a pass last academic year in Year One.
- A Year Two pupil with no result in the Year Two check recorded, but who had a result last academic in Year One that was not a pass.
- A Year Two pupil with no result in the Year Two check recorded and no result in last academic year’s Year One test.

### Example

There are 30 pupils (not Leavers) in Year One and 30 pupils (not Leavers) in Year Two in Sonar Tracker:

- 29 Year One pupils have a result in Year One Phonics.
- 1 Year One pupil has no result in Year One Phonics.
- 8 Year Two pupils have a result in Year Two Phonics.
- 20 Year Two pupils have no result in Year Two Phonics and a standard pass in Year One Phonics.
- 1 Year Two pupil has no result in Year Two Phonics and a result of 15 in their Year One Phonics.
- 1 Year Two pupil has no result in either Year One or Year Two Phonics.

### Calculation

- For Phonics Year One the denominator is 29.
- For Phonics Year Two (retakes) the denominator is 8.
- For Phonics End of KS1 (Year Two combined with those who passed when they were in Year One) the denominator is 29. This is because it includes the 20 pupils who had passed the previous academic year and the 8 pupils who retook this academic year. It does not include the pupil with no result in either Year One or Year Two).

## Multiplication Tables Check Data Eligibility Rules

### Cohort

Year Four pupils of the Current Academic Year.

### Eligible Pupils

The Multiplication Tables Check - Average Score is calculated using the the number of pupils (not Leavers) who have a value recorded for MTC assessment in Sonar Tracker:

- Where a pupil sat the check, they will have a score awarded between 0 - 25 (inclusive).
- Where a pupil did not take the check, a different value will have been awarded. This is the exception, rather than the norm. These values comprise:
- A - Absent.
- B - Working below expectation.
- J - Just arrived in the school.
- L - Left.
- H - Pupil was cheating. This code should not be inputted by schools but it is an allowable values that may be imported.
- Q - Maladministration. This code should not be inputted by schools but it is an allowable values that may be imported.
- U - Unable to access test.
- NAA - Not Able to Administer.
- X - Check not taken and no reason for not taking the check given.

### Not Eligible Pupils

A pupil with no result recorded against their record in Sonar Tracker.

### Example

- There are 30 pupils (not Leavers) in Year Four in Sonar Tracker.
- 29 pupils have a result recorded for the Multiplication Tables Check.
- 1 pupil has no result recorded. .

### Calculation

- For the Multiplication Tables Check - Average Score the average should be calculated by dividing the sum of all 29 pupil outcomes by 29.
- Total number of pupils in cohort = 30
- Total number of eligible pupils = 29
- Total number of ineligible pupils = 1