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Level 2 2a 2b 2c

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c The SATs tests allow us to see what our children have learned and retained during their time in Key Stage 2. The SATs tests enable us to see the progress and attainment a child has made during their time with us. The SATs tests results, combined with our teacher assessments are sent to the High Schools to enable them to effectively plan their curriculum.

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c All children who turn 11 before 31 st August 2013 must legally sit the end of Key Stage 2 Assessment Tests. In rare circumstances, a pupil can be disapplied from taking the tests. All children across the country take their tests during the same time slots. Children who miss the test on the day do not have the opportunity to sit it at a later date.

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c What do the results of all the tests mean? The results show whether or not your child has reached the expected National Curriculum level in that test. What is teacher assessment? Teachers are required to summarise their assessment at the end of the key stage, giving a level for each attainment target in English and mathematics. They must give an overall subject level in mathematics and English.

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c What guidance is given to teachers on assessment? The level descriptions in the national curriculum are the basis for judging the children’s levels of attainment. What do the levels mean? It is expected that the majority of 11 year old children will achieve Level 4 by the end of Year 6. However, for some children achieving Level 3 is a real success for that particular individual. A child achieving Level 5 is working at a high level, and a small percentage achieve Level 6.

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c KS2 Reading (1 Hour) For the SATs Reading Test, children will be given a reading booklet and an answer booklet. Children are given 15 minutes to read the booklet, followed by 45 minutes to answer the questions. There are two types of questions - short, closed questions (multiple choice, short answers) and longer, open-ended questions (requiring children to explain, give reasons or comment on the text to show their understanding)

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Volcanoes fall into three groups, depending on how active they are. Volcanoes which are erupting are called active. Volcanoes which show no signs of eruption are known as dormant or sleeping and, if they remain dormant for tens of thousands of years, they may be described as extinct. When we hear of a volcano erupting, we think of a tallcone-shaped mountain sending out clouds of ash and liquid rock called lava.

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21. The writer could have said that the Earthship is cheap to run, but instead he wrote dirt cheap. Why do you think he chose these words? ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… 22. ‘Earthship’ is made up of two words: earth and ship. Why are these two words used for this new type of house? Earth …………………………………………… …………………………………………… …………………………………….……… Ship …………………………………………… …………………………………………… …………………………………….………

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10. What do you think Sharon enjoys about her life as a lorry driver? Use the text to help you explain.

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c KS2 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (1 hour) This test is split into two components: Grammar, punctuation and vocabulary Spelling

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c Grammar, punctuation and vocabulary (45 minutes) Children will be given a question booklet to write their answers in. They will need to circle, tick, underline or write a short answer. Some questions will ask the child to write a full sentence. The questions start off easy and move onto more difficult questions towards the end of the booklet. The questions will test children's understanding of grammar, punctuation and vocabulary, and their ability to use them in the right way.

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c Spelling (15 minutes) Children will be given a booklet to write their answers in. The teacher will read out 20 short sentences, the children will fill in the missing gaps with the word read out by the teacher.

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c There is NO Writing Test! Your child’s writing will be assessed across the year against a set of levelled statements which will give them an overall level. They will write in many genres to showcase their true ability Stories Reports Diaries Instructions Balanced arguments Persuasive texts Letters

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c Mental Maths (20 minutes) worth 20% Maths Paper A (non-calculator) (45 minutes) worth 40% Maths Paper B (calculator) (45 minutes) worth 40%

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c KS2 Mental Maths (20 minutes) ( worth 20%) Children will be given an answer sheet to write their answers on. The children will be played a CD with the questions on. After each question has been read out twice, the children will be given a limited time to work out and write the answer before the next question is read out.

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c Emily chose a number. She halved the number then added 10 to the result. Her answer was 35. What was the number she started with? (15 seconds) In a group of 45 children there are twice as many boys as girls. How many girls are there? (15 seconds) How much must I add to £4.90 to make £6.00 (10 seconds) What is 20 out of 40 as a percentage? (5 seconds) The perimeter of a square is 1m.How many cm long is each side? (10 seconds)

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KS2 Maths Paper A (45 minutes) Children will be given a question booklet. The questions will cover all of the areas of maths taught in Primary School including place value, the four operations, area, symmetry etc. Some of the questions encourage children to show their working out. KS2 Maths Paper B (45 minutes) Children will be given a question booklet, but will be allowed to use a calculator to work out their answers.

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c Children who we feel will achieve strong Level 5 will be given the opportunity to sit the Level 6 papers. These are very challenging papers. Children will only be awarded a Level 6 if they have initially gained a Level 5 in the formal tests.

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c Support your child with their revision books they have purchased. Ensure they have work – life balance! Check the website for links and top tips! Ensure they have the right equipment at home calculators, rulers, protractors… Contact me if you have any worries or concerns!

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Level 2 2a 2b 2c

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