Presentation on theme: "What are we doing at school to improve progress and attainment? Clear focused lessons, based on exactly what each child needs Linking learning to national."— Presentation transcript:
What are we doing at school to improve progress and attainment? Clear focused lessons, based on exactly what each child needs Linking learning to national curriculum levels Sharing targets for improvement with the children Bridging any gaps in learning Cross curricular learning Setting 4 ways for maths Interventions- intensive writing, reading and maths Boosters before and after school- decided based on assessments.
Level descriptors Reading – sub levels Writing – whole level- annotated examples of level 4 and 5 writing – targets Maths – sub levels and MA areas – targets
Examples of Maths Q2.Megan wants to fill a bucket with water. A bucket holds 6 litres. A jug holds 500 millilitres. How many jugs of water does Megan need to fill an empty bucket? Q3. Freddie is half as tall as his mother. Freddie is one metre shorter than his father. Freddie’s father is 180 centimetres tall. How many centimetres tall is Freddie’s mother?
Arrangements for SATS. And changes…… Level 3-5 maths- 2 written and 1 mental- all non calculator Reading now gets progressively harder. Texts are no longer on a theme. Writing teacher assessments throughout the year and across all subjects
Ideas for support Environment – quiet, uninterrupted, space, Maths booklet Grammar booklet Reading questions Over holidays a pack will be send home for children to complete – it may include.. Maths sats questions, a reading comprehension and a grammar task.
Ideas for support After completing SATS paper we will send them home for you to use them with your child once they have been used in school and analysed. Websites – lists in your pack – we have subscribed to them. Please supervise them on the computers.
Ideas for support Revision guides – Collins – 2 for £5 instead of 2 for £10. Maths watch dvd - £3