What are Sats?
Each year the government set a test for all 11 year olds to take at the end of the studies at KS2 - these are commonly known as 'sats tests'. Your class teacher will prepare your child fully for the tests in May.
Your child will set tests in the following subjects:
How can I help my child?
At GLPS, we ensure that our children receive a balanced yet rigorous curriculum. This enables the children to confidently tackle their tests whilst also having fun and forming positive relationships with other learners.
If you would like to support your child at home we recommend the following:
Google Classroom Resources
Make sure you have joined the Year 6 Google Classroom for 2021-22. The code needed will have been sent to you via ParentMail but if you are unsure, please contact the school office or speak to your class teacher. Resources will be uploaded regularly on Google Classroom to support the learning which is being done in school. If your child has found something difficult in class, these resources can be used to practise and further build confidence at home.
(Password details in Reading Record books)
Play times tables games to improve your accuracy and speed! Take part in competitions and challenge other children!
Maths questions which get gradually more challenging the more stars the children earn.
Practise your weekly spellings by playing lots of spelling games and taking tests to earn points.
Many parents have been asking for hints and tips to help their children at home so we have put together a useful list of what we call How2's; quick revision guides to help you support your child at home. This section will grow weekly so check back each week for the latest updates.
Keeping revision short and fun is the key to success. Try your hand at these short activities to keep your brain sharp!
Grammar is sometimes better if it's fun. Here are some short games to test your memory.