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One of the weakest is Liverpool where just 59 per cent of 6-year-olds passed the test last year.

Liverpool does have high levels of deprivation with 32 per cent of its primary school pupils eligible for free school meals, but then so does Newham, one of the poorest London boroughs with 33 per cent of its primary school pupils eligible for free school meals and three-quarters from families where English is not their first language.

Family rights campaigners last night condemned the policy as "absurd" and argued that it is marginalising fathers, but local authorities said teachers need to react to "the changing pattern of family life".

Tina Woolnough, 45, whose son Felix attends Edinburgh's Blackhall primary school, said several teachers there had not allowed children to make Father's Day cards this year.

A recent study by Dr Marlynne Grant of a Catholic primary school in the south-west, which had recently adopted the systematic phonics scheme, Sound Discovery, and was teaching pupils to read from the first weeks of the Reception class, reported that by July of the following year, the pupils had an average reading age of 8 years and 2 months, some 22 months above their actual average age of 6 years and 4 months.

There remains a hard core of believers in the progressive "look and say" approach, where children learn whole words on sight and are then expected gradually to pick up the ability to recognise letter sounds.

The words range from the simple, “stop” and “chip”, to the more complex, “index” or “portrait”.

Half of the words are not real, designed to ensure children have been taught to decode words using phonics.

The Check was introduced to ensure that every child can decode fluently and effortlessly and to spot those who need extra tuition.

The Check's focus on phonics was influenced by a seven year research study in Clackmannanshire which demonstrated that teaching young children to read using a systematic synthetic phonics approach led to the children in the study having a reading age, on average, more than three years above their actual age by the time they left primary school.