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Experienced KS1 and KS2 teacher currently working in Year Six. All resources have been tried and tested. I'm open to suggestions and requests and aim to help anyone who requires it. Please leave feedback and rate my resources.

Experienced KS1 and KS2 teacher currently working in Year Six. All resources have been tried and tested. I'm open to suggestions and requests and aim to help anyone who requires it. Please leave feedback and rate my resources.

These are excel spreadsheet Gap Analysis documents for the May 2016 Year Six SATs Papers for Reading, Mathematics (Arithmetic, Reasoning 1 & 2), GPS and Spelling Papers. 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 2016 SATs with that score. If it goes Orange, it means they are within touching distance. If it goes Green with a yellow font, it means that child would have achieved a 'More Able' score for that tested subject.
There are three spreadsheet documents. One for Reading, one for Maths, and one for GPS. They are broken down into individual papers inside.
I have also included a digital copy of each test, mark scheme and instructions. Additionally, I have included the conversion tables from RAW Score to Scaled Score. These can be found inside the .Zip file.
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.
Last academic year I used these grids to provide targeted feedback and to spot trends. As a result my class were well over National Average for all subjects (much to my relief!)
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.

By Galvanise_

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Four differentiated worksheets that will help children develop their knowledge of GPS (SPAG), ready for the KS2 assessments. All have been tried and tested. Set up to challenge children who are working towards, working at the expected standard and even aiming for mastery.

By Galvanise_

- 4 Resource Bundle
- $5.07

A whole weeks worth of differentiated work!
- Calculate area of triangles.
- Calculate area of parallelograms and trapeziums.
- Calculate area of compound/composite polygons.
- Calculate the perimeter of polygons.
All with 1cm gridlines to help reinforce strategies.

By Galvanise_

- 3 Resource Bundle
- $5.71$4.85

An interactive PowerPoint and PDF file that will guide children through how to calculate perimeter, area and volume. All formulas are coloured so that children can see exactly where the numbers in the worked examples came from.
In this presentation/pdf are slides/pages about:
Calculating Perimeter
Calculating the area of squares, rectangles and parallelograms.
Calculating the area of trapeziums.
Calculating the area of triangles.
Calculating the area of circles.
Calculating the volume of a cube.
Calculating the volume of a cuboid.
Calculating the volume of a triangular prism.
Calculating the volume of a cylinder.
Answers are provided with the activity slides for ease of delivery and quick feedback.
There is a contents page that links directly to the pages you want.
Please rate/feedback. I take suggestions!

By Galvanise_

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- $4.44$3.77

A complete bundle of Gap Analysis Grids (Reading, GPS, Spelling, Arithmetic, Reasoning 1, Reasoning 2) for the May 2016 KS2 SATs assessments. I have also included the actual SATs papers and their mark schemes.
These grids will save you many hours work and will help you quickly identify individual or whole cohort weaknesses in specific areas of the curriculum.
Please remember to leave feedback as I am aiming to build a reputation as a creator who aims to save teachers time and improve their effectiveness.

By Galvanise_

- 3 Resource Bundle
- $5.07

64 questions.
Orange Cards - Questions with a choice.
Blue Cards = Word classes.
Cards cover: Nouns, Verbs, Modal Verbs, Active, Passive, Past Progressive, Present Progressive, Main clauses, subordinate clauses, possessive apostrophes, omissive apostrophes.

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- $3.80

A whole weeks worth of differentiated work!
- Calculate area of triangles.
- Calculate area of parallelograms and trapeziums.
- Calculate area of compound/composite polygons.
- Calculate the perimeter of polygons.
Without gridlines to stretch your more able.

By Galvanise_

- 3 Resource Bundle
- $5.71$4.85

Quiz Quiz Trade game/activity for a whole class.
56 questions and corresponding answers.
Blue (Easy)
Black (Medium)
Green (Harder)
Purple (Mastery)
Tried and tested, perfect to challenge children in a fun way.

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- $3.80$3.23

A fun three way differentiated activity sheet/worksheet that will help children develop an understanding of how to calculate the area of parallelograms and trapeziums, as well as compound/composite polygons.
Challenge 1 - Measure and calculate the area of simple polygons.
Challenge 2 - Measure and calculate the area of compound/composite polygons.
Mastery Challenge - Measure and calculate the area of a large, multi-polygon compound/composite polygon.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.80$3.23

A fun three way differentiated activity sheet/worksheet that will help children develop an understanding of how to calculate the area of parallelograms and trapeziums, as well as compound/composite polygons.
Challenge 1 - Calculate the area of simple polygons using a grid.
Challenge 2 - Calculate the area of compound/composite polygons using a grid.
Mastery Challenge - Calculate the area of a large, multi-polygon compound/composite polygon using a grid.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.80$3.23

A whole weeks worth of differentiated work!
- Calculate area of triangles.
- Calculate area of parallelograms and trapeziums.
- Calculate area of compound/composite polygons.
- Calculate the perimeter of polygons.
All with 1cm gridlines to help reinforce strategies.

By Galvanise_

- 3 Resource Bundle
- $5.71$4.85

A fun, four way differentiated activity that will develop children's understanding of areas of triangles. This version has a 1cm grid backing to help children calculate the area without the need to measure.
Challenge 1 - Calculate area of triangles.
Challenge 2 - Calculate the area of compound polygons (triangles and rectangles)
Challenge 3 - Calculate the area of compound polygons (triangles, rectangles, trapeziums and parallelograms)
Mastery Challenge - Calculate the area of a large, multi-compound shape made up of many different polygons.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.80$3.23

A four way differentiated activity/worksheet that will develop a child's understanding of area and perimeter. This version has 1cm gridlines shown.
Challenge 1 - Calculate the area and perimeter of simple quadrilaterals.
Challenge 2 - Calculate the area and perimeter of compound/composite quadrilaterals (divisions present)
Challenge 3 - Calculate the area and perimeter of compound/composite quadrilaterals (divisions removed)
Mastery Challenge - Calculate the area and perimeter of a huge, multi-compound shape and then the area of the shaded part.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.80$3.23

A four way differentiated activity/worksheet that will develop a child's understanding of area and perimeter. This version has gridlines removed for an extra challenge. Children will need to measure the shapes (all are whole numbers)
Challenge 1 - Calculate the area and perimeter of simple quadrilaterals.
Challenge 2 - Calculate the area and perimeter of compound/composite quadrilaterals (divisions present)
Challenge 3 - Calculate the area and perimeter of compound/composite quadrilaterals (divisions removed)
Mastery Challenge - Calculate the area and perimeter of a huge, multi-compound shape and then the area of the shaded part.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.80$3.23

A fun, four way differentiated activity that will develop children's understanding of areas of triangles. This version requires the children to measure each shape and use their knowledge of formulas to calculate the areas.
Challenge 1 - Calculate area of triangles.
Challenge 2 - Calculate the area of compound polygons (triangles and rectangles)
Challenge 3 - Calculate the area of compound polygons (triangles, rectangles, trapeziums and parallelograms)
Mastery Challenge - Calculate the area of a large, multi-compound shape made up of many different polygons.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.80$3.23

Included in this resource park are 15 nets of 3D shapes that can be printed onto A4 paper.
My class cut these out and use the tabs to make the 3D shape, taking note of the number of faces, edges and vertices. A very hands-on, fun lesson.

By Galvanise_

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- $2.54$2.16

These are excel spreadsheets Gap Analysis documents for the May 2016 Year Six SATs Papers for Mathematics (Arithmetic, Reasoning 1 & 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 2016 SATs with that score. If it goes Orange, it means they are within touching distance. If it goes Green with a yellow font, it means that child would have achieved a 'More Able' score for that tested subject.
I have also included a digital copy of each test, mark scheme and instructions. Additionally, I have included 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.
If you wish to have a complete set of gap grids for the 2016 SATs, they are available as one package in my shop at a bundled, cheaper price.
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.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.17

Included in this detailed bundle:
Bar charts
Line graphs
Pie Charts
Tally Charts
A massive time saver! Please see individual files for details.

By Galvanise_

- 5 Resource Bundle
- $7.61$6.47

A two-way differentiated activity sheet/worksheet that will develop the children's understanding of line graphs, data handling, averages and data handling vocabulary.
Sheet 1 - 8 Questions asking about the warmest/coldest months, difference in temperature between months. There are two data sets on the graph (two lines, same axes)
Sheet 2 - 8 Questions focusing more on averages and trends. There are three data sets on the same axes. Completely different questions.
Answers are provided for both sheets. I have provided two different layouts which also add to the challenge. One has a wider line graph set, the other has a narrower set. This will test children's adaptability to varying presentations.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.17$2.69

A two-way differentiated activity sheet/worksheet that will develop the children's understanding of bar graphs, data handling, averages and data handling vocabulary.
Sheet 1 - 8 Questions asking about the warmest/coldest months, difference in temperature between months. There are two data sets on the graph (two lines, same axes)
Sheet 2 - 8 Questions focusing more on averages and trends. There are three data sets on the same axes. Completely different questions.
Answers are provided for both sheets. I have provided two different layouts which also add to the challenge. One has a wider line graph set, the other has a narrower set. This will test children's adaptability to varying presentations.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.17$2.69

A two-way differentiated activity sheet/worksheet for children to develop their understanding of pie charts.
Sheet 1 - 10 Questions focusing on football fans with four segments.
Sheet 2 - 8 Questions focusing on comparing two pie charts side by side. One with a sample of 100 people and one with a sample of 120 people.
Answer sheets are included for both activities. I have provided two different layouts which also add to the challenge. One has a wider line graph set, the other has a narrower set. This will test children's adaptability to varying presentations.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.17$2.69

A two-way differentiated activity sheet/worksheet that will develop the children's understanding of bar graphs, data handling, averages, negative numbers and data handling vocabulary.
Sheet 1 - 8 Questions asking about the average temperature in three cities across four months.
Sheet 2 - Questions asking about the average temperature in three cities across five months. Averages, decimals and extrapolation skills will be tested.
Answers are provided for both sheets. I have provided two different layouts which also add to the challenge. One has a wider line graph set, the other has a narrower set. This will test children's adaptability to varying presentations.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.17$2.69

Three differentiated activity sheets/worksheets with answers included. Perfect for KS2 and KS3. Wonderful for SATs revision.
Resources include:
Lower ability - 6 compound shapes to find the areas of. All lengths given and shapes are already divided.
Middle Ability - 8 compound shapes to find the areas of. Some lengths given and shapes are already divided.
Higher Ability - 7 compound shapes to find the area of. Some lengths given (some are decimals) and the shapes are not pre-divided.
Answer sheet - answers for all three activity/worksheets.
Please leave feedback and visit my shop for other high-quality resources. Thank-you.

By Galvanise_

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- $3.80$3.23

UPDATED DUE TO FEEDBACK
This is an excel spreadsheet document for the Gov.uk Year Six Sample Papers for Reading, Mathematics (Arithmetic, Reasoning 1 & 2), GPS and Spelling Papers. 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 2016 SATs with that score. If it goes Orange, it means they are within touching distance. If it goes Green with a yellow font, it means that child would have achieved a 'More Able' score for that tested subject.
The spreadsheet is broken down into six pages. Arithmetic, Reasoning 1, Reasoning 2, Reading, GPS and Spelling.
I have also included a digital copy of each test, mark scheme and instructions. Additionally, I have included the conversion tables from RAW Score to Scaled Score. These can be found inside the .Zip file.
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.
Please remember to rate and/or comment on this resource. Your feedback is appreciated.
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.

By Galvanise_

- (1)
- $4.44