Y6 SATS Preparation BundleQuick View

Y6 SATS Preparation Bundle

This bundle contains three useful resources to help you prepare your pupils for the Y6 SATS/end of KS2 assessments, plus a bonus poster for the classroom wall. 1: Reading Question Generator: a highly-rated revision resource providing 100 practice questions for the reading test! You can focus on a particular area to revise or use this as a random question generator. 2. SPAG Question Generator: a popular revision resource providing 100 practice questions for the grammar, punctuation & vocabulary test. You can focus on a particular area to revise or use this as a random question generator. 3. SATS Presentation to Parents: an editable Powerpoint to be used in your information meeting with parents and carers, explaining all about the Y6 SATS. 4. A bonus poster with a little rhyme to help pupils keep calm about the SATS! #helpwithsats
KS2History
KS2 SATS Reading Comprehension BundleQuick View

KS2 SATS Reading Comprehension Bundle

Our Year 6 SATS Reading comprehension bundle is perfect for assessment in Year 6 - with timed comprehension papers of 30 minutes. The texts include: 1. Fox on The Run (TES Picks) 2. High Holt Manor 3. Rush Hour All texts are written especially for our comprehension resources. Please contact us if you need further assistance. Many thanks, Tutortastic
Tutortastic
Year 6 - SATS - Reasoning and Problem Solving QuestionsQuick View

Year 6 - SATS - Reasoning and Problem Solving Questions

This pack contains 200 SATS style reasoning and problem solving questions. They are designed to be used to help children become independent problem solvers. There are four versions of each question. Version 1 should be modelled by the teacher, versions 2 and 3 should be completed in pairs then the final version should be completed independently. Alternatively these could be used as spaced repetition questions - complete one version each day. The topics covered in this pack are: Number - 80 questions Geometry - 40 questions Algebra - 20 questions Time - 20 questions Fractions - 40 questions I hope it is a useful resource.
RustyMaths
Year 6 maths SATs revisionQuick View

Year 6 maths SATs revision

30 activities and resources to prepare your year 6 children for SATs. Useful for classroom revision, starter activities, developed as part of whole less sequences, booster classes or homework.
JumbleBee
KS2 May 2018 SATs Maths Gap Analysis / Question Level Analysis - SATs PrepQuick View

KS2 May 2018 SATs Maths Gap Analysis / Question Level Analysis - SATs Prep

These are excel spreadsheets Gap Analysis documents for the May 2018 Year Six SATs Papers for Maths (Arithmetic, Reasoning 1 and Reasoning 2). The sheet totals up the scores automatically and each child’s final score changes colour to reflect their ability. If their total score for a subject goes green, it means they would have passed the 2017 SATs with that score. If it goes Purple with a white font, it means that child would have achieved a ‘More Able’ score for that tested subject. I have also included an instructions and document page, linking to a freely available copy of each test, mark scheme and instructions. Additionally, I have included a link to the conversion tables from RAW Score to Scaled Score. All a teacher has to do is enter their children’s names and enter the 0’s, 1’s, 2’s or 3’s for each question, which also change colour too for a visual reference. I recommend that a teacher should enter ‘N’ if a child did not attempt that question. This gives an idea of who is not even attempting certain questions, not just whether they got the question wrong. The sheets are set up for 90 pupils but more can be added/deleted and instructions are on the first page/sheet. Some cells are locked/protected in this document but the parts that you need to insert yourself are editable. This is so that the formulas/algorithms do not break and render the spreadsheet’s functionalities as broken. This password will not be given out, but I am more than happy to make adaptations or changes for you, provided you show proof of purchase. All of my contact details are in the resource. I take requests for Gap Analysis Grids. Please leave feedback if you like this resource as I am planning to produce more for each SATs paper going forward, as well as CGP Practice Papers. Please remember to rate this resource as I made this to save teachers time. Thank-you.
GalvaniseEDU
Year 6 SATs reading revision- answering 3 mark questionsQuick View

Year 6 SATs reading revision- answering 3 mark questions

This is a very detailed powerpoint alongside lots of guided reading texts for the children to develop their understanding of how to answer three mark questions. The powerpoint takes you through the steps necessary for writing 3 mark answers and the texts and questions help the children practise the skills they have been learning. My class loved doing this and it has really helped them!
Becky-Stevie
SATs Reasoning Daily Revision Year 6Quick View

SATs Reasoning Daily Revision Year 6

Designed and used by a year 6 teacher with a 93% maths SATs score in 2017. This is a 2 week maths cycle that covers concepts for the SATs reasoning test in easy 10 minute starters. This works perfectly to remind and embed all the concepts needed to do well in the reasoning paper. Please check out my other resources by clicking my name at the top of the page. SATs reading comprehension games Reasoning Paper revision Loads of English SATs based writing
andrewchown
Verb tenses for Year 6 SATsQuick View

Verb tenses for Year 6 SATs

Buy my Present Perfect; Present Progressive and Past Progressive; Simple Past and Simple Present verb tense PPTs together saving you half price. All three PPTs are designed for Year 6 pupils and could be used to introduce each verb tense or as a revision guide. Activities for pupils are included as are SAT style questions.
kubabo
SATs reading revision intervention.Quick View

SATs reading revision intervention.

A Year 6 SATs reading revision intervention for those who are not secure at age related expectations. Ten sets of questions (10-15 for each text) varying in difficulty and links to the free text extracts online, plus instructions, record sheet and new word investigation. Updated with some 2016 SAT style questions. More examples to follow soon. www.theliteracyleader.com
jimmyrid
Year 6 SATs - Reading revisionQuick View

Year 6 SATs - Reading revision

Here are some comprehensive sets of resources to support your Y6 children with their Reading Revision for the upcoming SATs. This bundle includes the four areas of reading revision my class found the most challenging: Retrieval, Inference, Vocabulary and 3 mark questions. Retrieval: This pack of work is based around the children developing their knowledge and skills of ‘skimming and scanning’ which will enable children to develop their retrieval skills. The pack of lessons is as follows: Introductory lesson on skimming and scanning, complete with two activities. Guided reading lesson using Street Child Guided reading lesson x 2 using a Harry Potter extract Condensing lesson, where children use the 2014 and 2016 sample SATs paper to answer retrieval questions. The lessons are fully resourced and there is a detailed powerpoint which takes you through each lesson. My children’s skills really developed after this; focusing on one simple skill per week is really beneficial and I hope it will be useful to you too! :-) vocabulary: In response to the 2016 Year 6 Reading SATs paper, I have made some changes to the way I teach reading revision, in particular the way I have taught vocabulary. As vocabulary and word meaning questions were so heavily weighted in the 2016 reading paper, I have taken a lot of time to put these resources together to provide children with the best chance of facing vocabulary questions. This resource is a 9 lesson revision session based on developing children’s skills for facing vocabulary lesson. Throughout these lessons, children are exposed to a wide range of complex vocabulary whilst acquiring the skills needed to work out the meaning of unfamiliar words through looking at context clues. The lessons are fully resourced, with a fully detailed powerpoint. I have created the questions myself so they focus specifically on the context clues I’ve looked at. This is the format of the 9 lessons: I can use context clues: children look at how context changes word choice. I can retrieve the meaning of words which are defined I can use my knowledge of synonyms to find word meaning I can use my knowledge of antonyms to find word meaning I can use my inference skills to find word meaning 6/7) I can use context clues to decipher word meaning I can define complex vocabulary Condensing lessons These lessons have been really successful in my children’s SATs questions. No longer are my class concerned about not knowing what a word means, as they are now armed with the skills to unpick the meaning using the context clues. 3 mark questions: This is a very detailed powerpoint alongside lots of guided reading texts for the children to develop their understanding of how to answer three mark questions. The powerpoint takes you through the steps necessary for writing 3 mark answers and the texts and questions help the children practise the skills they have been learning. My class loved doing this and it has really helped them!
Becky-Stevie