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Parent & Child Guide to SATs Literacy

Parent & Child Guide to SATs Literacy

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Here we have designed a fantastic booklet for schools to give to parents on the Literacy SATs.  Inside it parents are given an overview of what SATs are, they are given example question activities which they can do with their children on all the aspects of the literacy assessments, including a reading comprehension, a grammar and punctuation assessment, a spelling sheet, a fun grammar game which they can do with their children and some great SATs stress busters advice, to keep their children as relaxed as possible in the build up to the SATs tests.  This is a brilliant support for parents to not only help children with revision, but also to keep themselves and their children as stress free as possible in the build up to the KS1 assessments.   A mathematics SATs for parents guide is also available to download separately.     Children are at the centre of everything we do...

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  • Thank you Julie for helping to prepare my son for his Year 6 SATS. He previously lacked self-belief and found learning difficult. However, his form teacher has now noticed an all round improvement, especially in his confidence. The resources you use to teach him give him the small steps needed to allow him to gain a deeper understanding of the subject. Week after week his marks are improving. You are doing a great job!
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