Year 6 Assessment and Leavers Arrangements Talk 2018

Year 6 Assessment and Leavers Arrangements Talk 2018

Year 6 Assessment and Leavers Arrangements Talk 2018 We will be looking at: - The timetable for test week - What each of the test papers involves ( dont worry, you wont have to do any them! ) - How you will find out the results - What the school is doing to help the children prepare - What you can do to help the children prepare - Transition dates - What the children can look forward to after the tests What is the timetable for Test Week? Date Monday 14th May

Tuesday 15th May Tests Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation Paper 1 Short Answer Questions Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation Paper 2 - Spellings Reading Paper Wednesday 16th May Maths Paper 1 - Arithmetic Maths Paper 2 - Reasoning Thursday 17th May Maths Paper 3 - Reasoning Friday 18th May

Monday: Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Paper 1 45 minutes 50 marks available Monday: Spelling Paper 20 minutes 20 marks available Tuesday: Reading Paper 60 minutes

50 marks available Wednesday: Maths Paper 1 Arithmetic 30 minutes No calculator allowed 40 marks available Wednesday: Maths Paper 2 Reasoning 40 minutes No calculator allowed

35 marks available Maths Paper 3 Reasoning 40 minutes No calculator allowed 35 marks available What are the threshold scores for each test? The childrens scores will be converted into a scaled score. These scaled scores range from 80 to 120. Children need to score 100 to be considered to have met the standard for Year 6 and be age related. Subject

Total Score Score Required to be Age Related ( a scaled score of 100 ) Score Required to be Working At A Greater Depth ( a scaled score of 110 ) Reading 50

Maths 110 GPS 70 2016 - 21 2017 - 26 2016 - 60 2017 - 57 2016 - 43 2017 - 36

2016 - 34 2017 - 39 2016 - 98 2017 - 95 2016 - 61 2017 - 56 What do you get told about the results? What is school doing to help the children prepare? - Booster sessions for Maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling

Use of sample test questions in lessons Mock test week to familiarise children with the process Sending papers home for discussion with parents and carers More formal revision-style homework across the year Small group interventions each afternoon to fill gaps in the childrens understanding Times Tables Rock Stars - Applying for additional time where appropriate - Providing readers and alternative rooms for the tests for children where appropriate - Keeping subjects like art, PE, music etc. on the timetable - Reinforcing with the children that as long as they give their best everything will be fine What can you do to help? - Encourage attendance at boosters.

- Ensure homework is completed. - Revise basic number facts with the children e.g. times tables, converting units of measurement. - Read with the children and talk about what they have read with them. - Let the children search for and play revision games on computers, tablets etc. - Help them get a good nights sleep and a hearty breakfast each morning of the test week - Emphasise that a good foundation in primary underpins their learning in secondary. - Reinforce the message that as long as the children do their best, everything will be fine. Leavers Arrangements What are the transition dates this year? Mon 9th July

Ormiston Stour Valley TGS King Edward ( also 23rd and 24th July ) Tues

10th July Weds 11th July Thurs 12th July

Fri 13th July Mon 16th Tues July 17th July Weds 18th July

Thurs 19th July Fri 20th July LAST DAY OF TERM

Leavers Arrangements What are the transition dates this year? Mon 9th July Ormiston Stour Valley TGS King Edward

( also 23rd and 24th July ) Tues 10th July Weds 11th July

Thurs 12th July Fri 13th July Mon 16th Tues July 17th July

Weds 18th July Thurs 19th July

Fri 20th July LAST DAY OF TERM What special events are there for Year 6 after their tests? Friday 18th May Given Leavers Hoodies Given script for Year 6 play Day out at Belle Vue Park Thursday 7th June - Trip to Harry Potter Studios, Leavesden ( 32 )

Thursday 5th July - Performance of Year 6 play & Friday 6th July Friday 13th July Summer Service Year 6 Sleepover Thursday 19th July - Leavers Party Friday 20th July Year 6 receive yearbooks Year 6 allowed to get shirts signed Year 6 choose the menu for last meal at St Gregs Leavers Celebration, Quay Theatre at 10:00 a.m. Year 6 leave Final Assembly at 3:05 p.m.

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