Adaptive testing ensures individuals enter the test at an appropriate level and are taken out of the test if questions become too difficult.

Provides reports both at individual and group level, allowing you to analyse an individual’s profile in addition to the convenience of assimilating and storing the results for a group of pupils.

Easily understandable parent/carer reports plus further guidance and letter templates to support your communication with parents and carers both before and after screening.

Results and reports are automatically available as soon as tests are completed.

Makes recommendations as to next steps in either further assessment or intervention, based on the author’s wide experience of working with dyslexia.

Provides information of many commercial and charitable products and services that may be effective in providing support to individuals.

Has been standardised with ages 5 to 16 and, as such, will provide most accurate evidence within that age range. However, its focus is primarily on the profile of scores and so it may also prove useful as an initial exploratory assessment of low-attaining pupils at older ages.

•Suitable for screening an entire year group, or for those pupils identified as showing some signs of difficulty in literacy that require further investigation.

•Supports early identification of difficulties that may lead to dyslexia, ensuring timely and appropriate intervention.

•Allows you to distinguish between those pupils who may be suffering from general literacy difficulties and those whose difficulties are likely to be associated with dyslexia.

•Computer-based assessment is motivating and accessible for pupils.