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SATS Information

SATs ( Statutory Assessment Tests) are taken in two school years throughout a child’s time at Primary School. The first time is Year 2 / KS1 and the second is Year 6/KS2 in May.

In Year 2 your child will be assessed in Maths and English covering topics such as punctuation, spelling and grammar. The test is very informal carried out in the normal classroom environment to make the children as comfortable as possible.

In Year 6, KS2 SATS are carried out in Maths, English and sometimes Science taking a more formal approach with timed test papers. The papers are marked externally and marks provided at the end of July to parents, with information regarding if your child is meeting the expected standard of progress.

Year 2 / KS1 Useful Information

Assessment Information View
Parent Presentation Download
Government Standards Download
Grammar 1
Grammar 2
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Maths Arithmetic Download
Maths Reasoning Download
Reading Booklet 1
Reading Booklet 2
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Download
Reading Questions Download

How will the KS1 assessment be reported to parents?
Expected level at the end of Y2 will now be scaled, with 100 being the expected standard.
It is expected that the majority will be working at this standard, but some will be above or below. Once teacher assessments have been submitted, you will receive information on your child with their annual report.

Children will be assessed as:
Working towards the expected standard;
Working at the expected standard;
Working at ‘greater depth’ within the expected standard.

What happens if my child has not met the standards?
You will get chance to discuss how your child is progressing during parent consultations. As with levels, there will always be children who for a variety of reasons find some aspects more difficult than others. We aim to support all children in making sure that they are progressing well and that they remain happy and confident. Assessment information will be passed on to secondary colleagues as part of their transition.

Year 6 / KS2 Useful Information

Assessment Information View
Year 6 SAT Meeting March 2016 Download
Government Standards Download
Sample Grammar & Punctuation Test Download
Sample Spelling Test Download
Sample Reading Test 1
Sample Reading Test 2
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Download
Sample Arithmetic Paper Download
Sample Reasoning Paper 1
Sample Reasoning Paper 2
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How will the KS2 assessment be reported to parents?

Expected level at the end of Y6 will now be scaled, with 100 being the expected standard.It is expected that the majority will be working at this standard, but some will be above or below.Once teacher assessments have been submitted and test scores have been published, you will receive information on your child with their annual report.

Children will be assessed as:
Working towards the expected standard;
Working at the expected standard;
Working at ‘greater depth’ within the expected standard.

What happens if my child has not met the standards?
You will get chance to discuss how your child is progressing during parent consultations. As with levels, there will always be children who for a variety of reasons find some aspects more difficult than others. We aim to support all children in making sure that they are progressing well and that they remain happy and confident. Assessment information will be passed on to secondary colleagues as part of their transition.

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