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Answers HAVE to be precise and exact.
Now, answers have to be exact, precise and detailed otherwise children will not be given a mark. It is a tough love that you must administer, but it is better to be honest with your class and practice being exact. When using comprehensions, write complete sentences.
Children have to be very specific. Look for these aspects in ALL year groups.
Grammar should be taught in context with a high quality text. All children are expected to be at least at the expected standard. They all have to take the test at the end of May.
Writing — find out what the kids like and aim grammar and writing through that so they are engaged. Use hard texts with complicated sentences to show them how they should be used for effect.
Summary of your Year 6 SATs revision plan 1. No longer can the Year 6 teacher be expected to pull it out of the bag as has happened in some schools in the past. Schools are being judged increasingly on the progress that their children make so every child counts.
The Myth of Expected Progress: Life after Levels in Primary 3. Make your existing Year 6 SATs revision timetable work harder! Your class timetable should stay as similar as possible. Think about how you can get Year 6 Maths and English into other areas of the curriculum.
Use the other areas to stimulate the children. Get grammar into art! Always complete them in the in the mornings when children are at their most alert. Mark the maths test and SPaG together with the children so they can see how it should be answered.
Complete a test at the end of the half-term after Christmas and, again, mark with the children. Complete 1 or 2 tests in the half-term before Easter depending on the length.
Complete the final practice test 2 weeks before the SATs. And build up their stamina. Make sure you fill in the application form correctly. In the 4 day week before SATS it is always the bank holiday Monday week just do give your Year 6 SATs revision on the topics that your class have found the trickiest to remember.
Keep your class on board!
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