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SATS 2012. Mon 14 th May – Fri 18 th May. Please collect a pack of handouts (on tables) – ONE per child please!. New arrangements:. No formal writing test will be sat in SATs week

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SATS 2012

Mon 14th May – Fri 18th May

Please collect a pack of handouts (on tables) – ONE per child please!


New arrangements:

  • No formal writing test will be sat in SATs week

  • “A pupil's writing result will be a teacher assessment judgment of their work across Year 6. Teachers' judgements will be informed by and take account of (but not be limited by) the pupil's result on a standard test that will be sent to schools earlier in the spring term.”

  • Pupils will sit the writing paper (in test conditions) out of the SATs week; date TBA


SATs WEEK Tests:

  • Reading Paper

    (1 hour – 15mins pre reading & 45mins answer time)

  • Maths Paper A (45mins)

  • Maths Paper B (45mins with calculator)

  • Mental Maths (20 questions)

  • Sat in test conditions


Why we have SATs (and how they can be helpful!):

  • It gives you an idea of a child’s progress compared to others of a similar age, nationally (and locally)

  • It allows pupils to challenge themselves and shows them what they can achieve when they push themselves

  • It is a good introduction to the independent learning skills they will need in Secondary school

    (They DO NOT determine the Secondary

    school your child gets in to)


How you can help….

  • Check over your child’s homework – is it a true reflection of their ability?

  • Ensure pupils are revising – for a sensible amount of time

  • Listen to your child read and ask questions about the text (see handout)

  • Test mental maths and times tables

  • Use Fronter as a form of revision and to improve skills


Other info…

  • Marked test scripts and results will be made available to schools by Tuesday 10 July 2012.

  • It is important that you are in school this week to sit your tests


Thank you very much for coming.

Any questions?


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