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1 KS2 SATS 2015 Goosewell Primary School Parents and teachers working together for the benefit of the children.

2 How are we preparing? Practising previous SATs papers Continuous assessment Booster classes Focused maths lessons Focused SPAG (spelling, grammar & punctuation) lessons Guided and independent reading lessons BIG Writing Home learning (Mathletics, SPAG.com, CGP books) Individual target setting & conferencing

3 WHAT WILL BE ASSESSED? ASSESSED BY TESTS (marked externally) MATHS PAPER 1 PAPER 2 MENTAL MATHS * No Calculator Paper READING ONE PAPER SPaG SPELLING GRAMMAR & PUNCTUATION CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT SAMPLING - TESTS WRITING SPEAKING & LISTENING SCIENCE

4 MATHS 2015 MATHS (marked externally) PAPER 1 PAPER 2 Lasts for 45 minutes. Lasts for 45 minutes. The tests have questions of 1 and 2 marks and children are given marks for working out if they finish the task, but have a minor calculation error. MENTAL TEST Lasts for 20 minutes. *High-achieving children may be entered for a Level 6 Maths SATs test.

5 MATHS 2015 A shop sells candles. An example of a level 3 question: Sapna buys 4 star candles and 2 stripe candles. How much does she pay altogether? 2 marks Show your working. You may get a mark.

6 MATHS 2015 The three numbers on each line add up to 763 An example of a level 4 question: Write in the missing numbers.

7 MATHS 2015 An example of a level 5 question:

8 MATHS 2015 Some examples of Mental Mathematics questions... 5 second questions: What is double ninety? What time is it half an hour after ten-fifteen? 10 second questions: The temperature was three degrees Celsius. It goes down by eight degrees. Write the new temperature. Add three point three to seven point seven. Lara spends three pounds fifty-five. She pays with a ten pound note. How much change does she get? 15 second questions: Multiply thirty-five by six. Nine is half of a number. What is one-third of the number? Four oranges cost ninety-five pence. How much do 12 oranges cost?

9 READING 2015 PAPER 1 Levels 3-5 One paper based on reading comprehension of three to four different, un-linked texts, with a total of 35 to 40 questions. (Totalling 50 marks) The least demanding texts will come first with the following texts increasing in level of difficulty. Questions worth 1,2,or 3 marks each. Lasts for 1 hour (no reading time to start) (marked externally) *High-achieving children may be entered for a Level 6 Reading SATs test.

10 There are 4 main types of questions on the reading paper: Literal answer is there in the text Deductive/interential look for clues Inferential read between the lines Author intent e.g. why does an author use a particular word?

11 Sentence from: A Day in the English Countryside As the afternoon light started to fade, the cow stopped eating grass, stood instead with its head over the gate and gazed expectantly down the lane. 1. How light was it? (Literal) 2. What three things did the cow do? (Literal) 3. What time of day was it? (Deductive) 4. Where was the cow? (Deductive) 5. What do you think the cow was expecting? (Inferential) 6. What strategies does the writer use to give the reader so much information in a single sentence? (Authorial intent)

12 SPaG 2015 English - Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar PAPER 1 PAPER 2 Comprises 40 to 50 short-answer questions covering grammar, punctuation and vocabulary. A spelling test with 20 questions. (marked externally) *High-achieving children may be entered for a Level 6 SPaG SATs test.

13 English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Assessment Criteria Grammar Pupils should have a broad vocabulary, understand how to use word types and the grammatical functions of words, including: nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions and articles. The features of different types of sentence, including statements, questions and commands, and how to use them. The grammar of complex sentences, including clauses, phrases and connectives. The purpose of paragraphs, and how ideas can be linked. How to proof read to check for spelling and punctuation errors, omissions and repetitions. Spelling To sound out phonemes To understand syllables Standard spelling conventions Common spelling patterns Prefixes and suffixes Word families, roots and origins of words Terminologies such as: vowel, consonant, homophone and syllable Punctuation How to proof read to check for spelling and punctuation errors, omissions and repetitions. Correct use of punctuation including full stops, question marks, commas, inverted commas and apostrophes to mark possession and omission.

14 Sample questions

15 WRITING 2015 This year a greater focus on the progress children make throughout the school year, as opposed to a test-day snapshot of what they know. Teachers will assess children s writing composition. Children s results for English writing will be a judgement of their work across Year 6. Children's grammar, punctuation and spelling skills will be assessed as part of their writing, but their creativity and writing style will also be evaluated. Schools will moderate their judgements with other local schools and may be moderated by their Local Authorities too.

16 What is assessed in writing? Composition and Effect Text Organisation Sentence structure and Punctuation Spelling and Handwriting Children are expected to be able to write using a range of different genres including: Newspaper report Biography Autobiography Diary Entry Narrative Formal letter Informal letter Report Recount Balanced argument Advert Instructions Play script Poetry

17 SCIENCE 2015 SCIENCE SAMPLING - Every Two Years There are no formal science SATs in Science sampling has been reintroduced. 9,500 children five children from 1,500 schools will be randomly selected to take a science test. Schools that are selected will be notified by mid-may, and are legally obliged to participate if chosen. PAPER 1 PAPER 2 PAPER 3 25 minutes or less Results will be published at a national level; neither schools nor parents will be given their children s individual results, and they won t be used in league tables.

18 WHEN ARE THE TESTS? All KS2 SATs will be held in the week beginning 11 th May Date Levels 3-5 English reading Monday 11 May Tuesday 12 May Wednesday 13 May Thursday 14 May Level 6 English reading Levels 3-5 English grammar, punctuation and spelling Level 6 English grammar, punctuation and spelling Levels 3-5 mental mathematics Levels 3-5 mathematics Paper 1 Levels 3-5 mathematics Paper 2 Level 6 mathematics Paper 1 Level 6 mathematics Paper 2 *Pupils who are ill on the day of a KS2 SATs test will be able to sit it within a week

19 SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS Some support can be given to children who have a statement of educational needs. Requests for additional time have been made by teachers using their knowledge of children and the children s individual needs. Unless there are exceptional circumstances, no help can be given with the Reading tests. A teacher can help a child to read instructions on the maths test. Children with visual impairment can have an enlarged copy of the test. Children who do not have English as a first language can have a translator for maths.

20 EXPLAINING THE LEVELS Children develop at different levels, but at the end of Year 6 the DfE guidelines are as follows:- LEVEL 3c 3b 3a Below the Nationally Expected level for a pupil at the end of Year 6 LEVEL 4c 4b 4a The Nationally Expected level for a pupil at the end of Year 6 LEVEL 5c 5b 5a Above the Nationally Expected level for a pupil at the end of Year 6 LEVEL 6 Key Stage 3 Expectations REMEMBER ALL CHILDREN ARE DIFFERENT

21 REPORTING RESULTS Children s progress, as well as their achievement, will be measured and reported on in school performance tables. Teacher assessments will be passed on to secondary schools so they can be used as part of the planning process for year 7 teaching. The results (not papers) are returned mid July. Your child s results and the results for school are given at the end of the summer term. Parents are also given the national results from 2015.

22 HELPING AT HOME Try not to put pressure on your child. Support with homework and targets have been discussed at parents evening. Read regularly and discuss a variety of texts not just listening to your child read. Short bursts of mental maths, times tables and problem solving etc. Use of the previous test papers only if advised by school they are used in school as assessment and practise for the children. Using the same papers at home makes it difficult for us to prepare the children adequately.

23 WE RECOMMEND:- Early nights and lots of sleep Good attendance Good punctuality A good breakfast LOTS OF PRAISE AND ENCOURAGEMENT!

24 USEFUL WEBSITES This is an excellent site, providing revision help for KS2, KS3, KS 4 and KS5. This covers all subjects through activities and tests. A wide range of KS2 SATs questions, from both past papers and their own team of teachers. Revision pages at Woodlands Junior School. These revision pages support the work they do at Woodlands Junior School. They have been put together for their students to help them with their revision. Included are some sample questions taken from past Key Stage 2 SATs papers, as well as a whole host of interactive tests/quizzes. This links to lots of other websites which have games and activities on specific subjects Over 10 years of past SAT papers for you to use (Please do not use papers after 2007 as these will be used in school during revision ) English and Maths revision activities and games.

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