Year 6 SATs 2016 Aims of Session To share important information about the SATs To share timetable and example questions To answer any questions about the SATs Discuss/share ways in which you can support your child at home What are the KS2 SATs?
Standard Assessment Tests Purpose to assign National Curriculum scaled scores before the children leave primary school Provide assessment information for secondary schools Identify changes in the Standard Assessment Tests (SATs) for 2016
The new National Curriculum will be assessed for the first time in May 2016 Test outcomes will no longer be reported using levels
Scaled scores will be used An arithmetic test now replaces the mental mathematics test
2016 sample test materials are available: www.gov.uk/sta Understand childrens attainment and the assessment process National expectation for children at the end of Year 6 will be reported as a scaled score of 100
A child scoring below the scaled score of 100 would be attaining below the national expectation Results will show the raw score, scaled score and whether the child has met the national expectation in each subject Teacher assessment data collated for writing and science using specific
assessment criteria Results reported to parents/carers: end of Summer Term SATs Timetable and Example Questions Reading Test: 50 marks - 60 minutes Questions will broadly assess a child's ability to fully understand the structure, meaning and
purpose of a passage of text. Example questions will test a variety of reading comprehension skills including: Fact retrieval e.g. Name the four types of building detailed within the piece. Structure or presentation e.g. Why do you think the author choose to present a table alongside the text? Inference e.g. "Why do you think the author has used the word "frozen" to describe the
character? Open-ended questions e.g. Explain how and why the author has chosen to end the story. Use two examples from the text. Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Tests Test 1 (Punctuation & Grammar Questions) : 50 marks, 45mins Nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, determiners, conjuctions,
clauses etc Subjunctive verbs, passive and active voices, subordinate clauses etc (The use of) capital letters, commas, inverted commas, apostrophes, colons, semi-colons, hyphens etc Suffixes, homophones, synonyms and antonyms
Test 2 (Spelling Test out of 20) Your child's teacher reads 20 sentences from a script Your child then fills in the blank spelling on their answer sheet by correctly spelling the missing word Maths Tests three separate tests Paper 1 (Arithmetic): 40 marks, 30 minutes Paper 2 (Reasoning): 35 marks, 40 minutes
Paper 3 (Reasoning): 35 marks, 40 minutes Paper 1 Arithmetic Paper The "Arithmetic" paper, contains 40 marks worth of calculation-based questions. For this paper it's essential that your child is comfortable with the following topics: Fractions (including mixed numbers). Decimals (including converting fractions into decimals). Percentages (and how they relate to fractions).
Square numbers. Rounding. Applying Addition, subtraction, multiplication (long and short) and division (long and short) to ALL of the above. This includes how to apply these operations in order when required (i.e. BODMAS). Paper 2 and 3 - Reasoning
Each paper contains 35 marks worth of more problem solving based maths covering a variety of topics including: Geometry (including coordinates, rotation, reflection, symmetry) Ratios (and how to interpret them from fractions, percentages) Charts and tables Units and measures (including time, temperature, money, weight, volume) Shapes and their properties (including triangles, hexagons and their angles) Roman numerals
Mean, median and mode Writing and Science Assessment Both of these subjects are teacher assessed therefore no tests However, we could be selected as a sample school for external moderation by Hampshire assessors for writing Regarding science, sampling tests will take place in June 2016.
Tests will be administered in selected schools by external administrators if selected. Support provided by Gomer Junior School Y6 split into 3 classes for core subjects (Miss Holden, Mr Potter and Mr
Woolway) Weekly SATs style questions explored, modelled and consolidated daily including spelling, SPaG and arithmetic workouts
Home Learning differentiated for individual workshop groups Learning and Pastoral Support (LaPS team)
Friendly teachers who will answer any question! Positive encouragement with a focus on effort Supporting your child before SATs
Please check your childs spellings and home learning do they understand the spelling rule and home learning concept? Download the sample SATs papers and complete them go through
methods to identify areas for development Help them learn their times tables make it fun where possible You may like to buy SATs revision books like: Rising Stars or CPG.
- Supporting your child during SATs Week Please ensure your child is in school every day during SATs week Ensure they are in school on time SATs breakfast club will run each day of the tests to help children feel calm; they are requesting bacon sandwiches this year!
Children will remain in their classrooms for the tests. Some may work in smaller groups or with a 1-1. Be mindful of the dates in relation to requests for a leave of absence with the recent attendance changes, unless authorised, you can - receive a PWN for non-attendance to a KS2 test or KS3/4 examination
If your child is ill, let us know immediately Any questions? Any questions?
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