KS2 English SATs 2016

The new SATs for KS2 (which your child will sit aged 11) consist of the following: English Reading Paper This paper consists of a reading booklet, which will include three texts (most likely a poem, a story and an information text).  Children are also given a separate...

KS2 Maths SATs 2016

The new SATs for KS1 (which your child will sit aged 11) consist of the following: Arithmetic Paper This paper tests children on the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division).  Children will be asked questions similar to the following: 6007...

KS1 English SATs 2016

The new SATs for KS1 (which your child will sit aged 7) consist of the following: English Reading Paper 1 This paper consists of a reading text and comprehension questions.  On each page, children are given a section of text and then a few questions to answer on that...

KS1 Maths SATs 2016

The new SATs for KS1 (which your child will sit aged 7) consist of the following: Arithmetic Paper This paper tests children on the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division).  Children will be asked questions similar to the following: 6 + 7,...

Number bond frogs

  An activity to engage pond-loving children!  See if you can find a picture of a frog on the internet and then copy it 5 times and print it out.  Do the same with a picture of a lily pad.  (Alternatively you could find outlines of both if your child wants to...

Multiplication activity

Lego can be a great way to teach your child multiplication and division.  One way to do this is to give them a number and ask them to represent this as a 'block' or rectangle.  For example: if you give them the number 30, they need to look at the circles on the top of...