Measure your child's progress and check as they go along in their learning! They will soon be ready to tackle the KS2 SATs tests in maths.
2015 is now upon us and I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a very fruitful and happy 2015 year.
What comes with 2015 are the KS2 SATs tests in Grammar, English and Maths which most children attending year 6 this year will be sitting in the UK towards the end of the year. So when is this special week and when are the specific SATs dates for each subject? This is the question that you are probably asking if your child attends year 6.
We hope that you will find these SATs dates useful and informative especially if you are planning extra revision sessions or if you are the kind of parent who likes to organise different aspects of your child’s studies before his/her SATs.
Please find below the 2014 level threshold tables which you will find very useful to determine the potential level that your child may reach in Reading, Writing, Science and Maths. Please note that they must be used in collaboration with the specific Sats papers in maths, English and science that your child has tried.
The KS2 SATs start in May and it is now one of the most pressing times of the year for most parents as they would desperately like to support their children the best that they can. You might want to get started with some revision.
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