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Knowl Hill CE Primary School End of Key Stage 1 Assessment. Parent Information Year 2 pupils. Background Information. All children are assessed at the end of Key Stage 1 in English, Mathematics and Science

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background information
Background Information
  • All children are assessed at the end of Key Stage 1 in English, Mathematics and Science
  • Tests and tasks are carried out using teacher assessment and SATs test and task papers in English and mathematics. Science is based on teacher assessment only
  • The government’s aim is to get all pupils to achieve Level 2b+ by the end of Key Stage 1
measuring success
Measuring Success
  • The emphasis is based on teacher assessments using APP materials.
  • The children are continually assessed throughout the year.
  • The SATs tests are used to inform final teacher judgements.
what can you do at home
What can you do at home?
  • Try and read with your child every day and ask questions about the story/factual information.
  • Support your child to read ‘unseen’ texts.
  • Encourage writing for a purpose, for example a letter to Grandma, a birthday list, postcards.
  • Spend time talking with your child and explaining things they show an interest in.
  • Enjoy maths games and activities together; remembering to use mathematical language.
  • There are many online learning sites such as BBC bitesize, topmarks.co.uk
  • Make activities short, often and fun.
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