About this course
At the end of Key Stage 1 and 2 (years 2 and 6) your child will tackle the SATs. These are a series of National Curriculum tests designed to assess whether your child is working below, above or at the national average level for children of their age.
Whilst your child’s teacher will be continually assessing them throughout the year, the SATs results help schools to understand how they are supporting your child and ensuring good progress. They also provide you and the teachers with useful information about how your child is doing.
The aim of the new Key Stage 2 SATs are to ensure a fairer and more advanced way of assessing pupils. It was thought that the previous SATs were too easy, and that the exams needed to be modified in order to assess children to a higher standard. The purpose of the new and revised SATs is to ensure these tests remain rigorous and therefore, proving to be of a much higher standard to previous SATs. Ultimately, your child’s scores in their SATs will be used in conjunction with classroom assessments, in order to provide a general overview of a child’s attainment and progression during that academic year.
Learnhive follows the National curriculum students will complete Numeracy and literacy tasks and assignments to increase their competency. After the completion of topics they will be given assessments. One week will be maths and then the other will be English alternating between the two.
3. Worked Examples — Interesting examples to support child’s learning 4. Assessment — Tests and assessments under strict timed conditions 5. Instant Marking — Instant detailed reports to check daily progress 6. Answer Sheets — Printable answers to check right approach in solving questions 7. Unlimited Practice Sessions — Unlimited revision sessions to increase accuracy and speed
Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.