Annie Lennard Primary School

SATS Revision

Year 6 Easter Holiday Revision

You have already put in lots of hard work to get ready for your SATs.  Over the Easter holidays, it would be good to keep your learning brains ticking along.

We have some words of advice:

1)    Aim to revise on 10 different days.  A little bit of revision is best, (30 minutes maximum each day.)  Remember, relaxing and having fun is also very important.

2)    Think about what you need to spend some extra time on.  It is best to revise things you are not sure about so that you make the most of your time. Don’t just go for the easy option and revise something that you are confident with.  If it’s too hard, don’t worry, just make a note and ask us after Easter.

Revision tasks to choose from:

You could use sections of your CGP revision books to work on if this will help you.

Go through your mock SATs papers/questions and correct the questions you got wrong.  You can find these on the internet http://www.satspapers.org.uk/Page.aspx?TId=5

‘Ten for Ten Easter Practice Booklet’ – 10 minutes Maths practice.  Each day includes arithmetic and reasoning questions. Available on ALS website – you can print these or answer the questions in your homework books.

’10-4-10 English Reading Booklet’ – 10 minutes Reading comprehension practice. Available on ALS website – you can print these or answer the questions in your homework books.

’10-4-10 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Booklet’ – 10 minutes SPaG practice. Available on ALS website – you can print these or answer the questions in your homework books.

Spellings – Practise your year 6 spellings!

Reading – Reading something that you enjoy as often as you can.

Useful websites – The following sites can be really useful for SATs revision.

TTRS – practise your times-tables!

 

Remember, revision WILL help you, but please don’t overdo it; just like you shouldn’t overdo the Easter eggs!  Good luck and enjoy your holidays.

Parents - This revision will be more successful for your child if you are able to encourage and support them.  It is equally as important that you ensure that your child is not trying to do too much, it is important that they also have a break over the holidays.

 

Mrs Williams, Mr Nelson and Mrs Hill

 

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