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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

SATS 2012

Mon 14th May – Fri 18th May

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

New arrangements
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
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
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
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
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