LanguageScreen gives education professionals a quick and accurate assessment of a child’s language skills.
LanguageScreen is suitable for children 3.5 to 8 years of age.
LanguageScreen uploads data to your school account from where reports can be downloaded for each assessed child.
Mobile app demonstration
Information for the schools enrolled in the Department for Education initiative in response to Covid-19
The schools enrolled in the Department for Education initiative in response to Covid-19 automatically receive the tokens required to assess their children, there is no need to purchase any tokens.
A proforma letter for parents can be downloaded here either as a word or pdf document.
Follow these steps to use LanguageScreen
Register your school by selecting Create school account
Login to your school account and select Classes .
Enter the name and year group for each class you want to assess. For each class, upload a list with the details of the children you want to assess. A demonstration of how to create an account and upload the lists can be found here.
After creating your classes and uploading the class lists you need to download the list of QR codes for each class you want to assess - you also do this from the Classes tab.
A QR code is needed to identify the child you want to assess. For security reasons the LanguageScreen app does not store any personal information about the child being assessed.
Download LanguageScreen on your device. We recommend you use at least an 8-inch tablet.
Before you use the LanguageScreen app we recommend you download and read the User Guide
To assess a child start the LanguageScreen app and select START ASSESSMENT. Your device must be connected to the internet to conduct assessments. When prompted, scan the child's QR code.
After completing your first couple of assessments with the LanguageScreen app, Login to your school account and select Reports to request a report.
A report will be emailed to you. This will make it clear how LanguageScreen works. You can then request additional reports when you have completed assessing each class or year group in your school.