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Please read the SATs Guide below (that will be handed out during the second Parents' Evening of the academic year). It will help you understand the types of assessments that your child will be sitting during SATs week (week commencing 11/05/20), and the content that might be covered.
Please watch the video below. It will help you understand the types of assessments that your child will be sitting during SATs week (week commencing 11/05/20), and the content that might be covered.
Your child will receive their electronic homework on a Monday and must complete it by the following Monday. Parents should check to make sure their child is completing their homework, and support them with anything they are unsure of; feel free to send your children in with any questions about their homework.
Good Websites / Apps
- ixl.com/ela/year-6 is a very good website to teach your child about grammatical terms that they will need to know for their spelling and grammar SAT.
- topmarks.co.uk is a very good website for your child to improve their numeracy skills.
- Doodle Maths
- Read Theory
- Times Table Rock Stars
English (including Grammar)
- In English, we have been learning several different types of grammatical sentence types by a literacy specialist called Alan Peat. These can be found on handy posters which you can print out and use to help your child compose more complex sentences. Also, they will be beneficial for learning terms for their spelling and grammar SATs.
- ixl.com/ela/year-6 is a very good website to teach your child about grammatical terms that they will need to know for their spelling and grammar SATs.
Attached below are the Alan Peat sentences we practise composing in class on a regular basis to improve writing standards. We would really appreciate it if you helped your children compose these types of sentences at home.
Maths SATS Practice Questions
Below is an excellent document that includes lots of example questions from previous maths SATS (broken down into the different areas of maths and past SATs papers). Each question also includes a link to a YouTube clip that explains how to complete it (step-by-step). You should help your child complete these types of questions, as they will be similar to those they will be completing in their actual assessment in May.