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Year 6 SATs

This page will provide you with useful information about SATs taken by our Year 6 pupils.

 

Key dates - 2018/19

 

The key stage 2 tests are timetabled from Monday 13th May to Thursday 16th May 2019.

 

As well as the booklets below, it is important to help your child understand that the tests are not designed to be upsetting or to cause distress. If you have any worries or concerns about the tests, feel free to speak to Mr Fraser, who will be able to help you further.

 

SATS Timetable

 

Monday 13th May - Grammar and Spelling Test

Tuesday 14th May - Reading Test

Wednesday 15th May - Maths Paper 1 and 2

Thursday 16th May - Maths Paper 3

 

Pixl Booster Groups

 

Morning Groups - Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - 8:00 - 8:45

Monday Booster - 3:00 - 4:00

Thursday Booster - 3:00 - 4:00

 

Grades

Grammar and Spellings

Scaled Score

Less than 100 = Working towards

100 – 109 = Year 6 Expected Standard

110+ = Greater Depth

Reading

Scaled Score

Less than 100 = Working towards

100 – 109 = Year 6 Expected Standard

110+ = Greater Depth

Writing

Graded from outcomes in children’s work

Working Towards Expected Standard

Expected Standard

Greater Depth

Maths

Scaled Score

Less than 100 = Working towards

100 – 109 = Year 6 Expected Standard

110+ = Greater Depth

 

How to support your child

It is essential that you support your child throughout this year in order to give them the best chance in their SATS. You can do this by:

· Reading with your child or challenging what they have read at least 3 times a week. This could be looking at the characters or any new vocabulary they have read.
 

· Ensuring the children are using their planner and handing in their homework on time. If they are struggling, encourage them to come and tell an adult before the deadline. We will be able to help!
 

· Children MUST practice their spellings!

 

· Rewarding your children if they complete some extra revision or completing their homework and reading.

 

· Ensure the child has read or an adult has read the child’s ‘Read and Respond’ text each week.

 

· Keep challenging children’s vocabulary. Check their understanding of new and unknown words.

 

· Ensure children attend booster clubs and breakfast provision.

 

· Attendance – Encourage children to attend as much as possible. Every minute is precious and essential.

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