Year 6 SATs
In Year 6, children undertake a number of statutory assessments which test their knowledge of grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS), reading, mathematics and a teacher assessed portfolio of written work.
The latest guidance for parents on SATs can be found here:
DfE 2018 Parents Information
SATs Parents Information Meeting 02/05/2018
2019 SATs Timetable
Monday 13 May 2019
English grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 1: questions
English grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 2: spelling
Tuesday 14 May 2019
Wednesday 15 May 2019
Mathematics Paper 1: arithmetic
Mathematics Paper 2: reasoning
Thursday 16 May 2019
Mathematics Paper 3: reasoning
Please see below Mild, Spicy and Hot revision booklets.
Ten-for-Ten is an approach that focuses on doing a little maths or GPS every day which will help keep things fresh in your mind for when you come back to school.
By using these revision booklets, you will be using the key skills you have been reheasing all year. It is called 10-4-10: '10 minutes for 10 days'.
|Mild Ten-for-Ten||Spicy Ten-for-Ten||Hot Ten-for-Ten|
|Mild Ten-for-Ten ANSWERS||Spicy Ten-for-Ten ANSWERS||Hot Ten-for-Ten ANSWERS|
|10-4-10 Extension||10-4-10 Extension|
|10-4-10 Extension ANSWERS||10-4-10 Extension ANSWERS|
|Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling|
|GPS Glossary for Parents||Ten-for-Ten GPS||Ten-for-Ten ANSWERS|
|Reading Booklet||Reading ANSWERS|
Links to support learning and revision:
Children need to get used to reading non-fiction texts as well as stories. Try to encourage children to read texts associated with events or interests that are meaningful to them; for example, if they like football, read through a match programme or a newspaper report with them. If you’re planning a holiday this summer, get your child to read up on your destination of choice.
Bring back the 'bedtime story' for your eleven year old! Take turns to read out loud with your child, guaranteed to improve their reading and their listening skills, as well as a brilliant way to spend time together. When you are listening to your child encourage them to read with expression and to do different voices for different characters. You can also ask them comprehension questions (they can test you when it's your turn to read out loud!); look at KS2 SATs Reading tests for ideas on kinds of questions to ask.
Useful websites for Grammar