How to create ks2 maths sats revision lessons to get all year 6 to 100 gas city indiana car show

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Maths revision for KS2 SATs starts in earnest at different points for different schools. As SLT or a Year 6 teacher, at a certain point in Year 6, you need to move from teaching the Key Stage 2 curriculum to your KS2 Maths revision programme.

You’re already probably knee-deep in data from your own current Year 6. You’ve also now got the data from two previous Year 6 performances in SATs so you’ll have an idea of what’s worked in the past for your Year 6 maths revision, or what hasn’t. And what you might want to do differently when preparing your KS2 revision in Maths for SATs 2018.

We have looked at the most popular topics for examiners, how difficult children find each topic, as well as those topics they are likely to make the most useful progress in, during the course of their Year 6 Maths revision or their KS2 SATs interventions. Step-by-step to a KS2 Maths revision programme that achieves 100 in SATs

• The year group content that questions tested pupils on • What featured most often in the SATs • What areas had the highest number of marks attributed to them • Questions pupils found difficult, or were more likely to get wrong (taken from our QLA analysis)

And, while the majority of questions were on Year 6 content, in 2017, over half the marks went on Year 3, 4, 5 content. Distribution of KS2 SATs marks in 2016/17 by year covered Use this spreadsheet to identify your school’s strengths and weaknesses in Maths and inform Year 6 SATs revision for 2018

We then broke the questions down by concepts and content domains. This showed us the content domains that are worth the most marks, such as Multiplication Long and Decimals (worth 19.5 marks) and also those worth the fewest marks, such as Bar and Pie Charts (0 – having not yet featured).

We combined this data with the national QLA, to gauge the likelihood of pupils to get a question on this topic correct. This gave us this chart: Concepts most covered in 2016/2017 SATs, complete with difficulty rating based on % of correct answers

From this, we were also able to extrapolate the broad concept strands that are tested most fully in the SATs, plus how many marks they’re worth: A chart of most frequently covered concepts in 2016/2017 KS2 SATs, alongside how many marks they are worth

On our KS2 SATs revision programme, we provide schools with a weekly programme of lessons that lasts 14 weeks. For us, this little and often approach of weekly 1-to-1 tuition taught by a Maths specialist is the magic number for impact and attainment.

All previous learning being equal (and all pupils being equal!) here is the order in which we recommend you teach your KS2 Maths SATs revision lessons: A hierarchy of which KS2 Maths SATs revision lessons should be taught first, based on the weighting of allocated marks and the frequency that a topic comes up in the tests.

We have even created a toolkit of SATs lessons for the whole class too within our KS2 SATs booster package as part of our drive to make your intervention budget go further. How to diagnose your KS2 SATs pupils’ maths gaps – low stakes quizzes & quick feedback

• Before a pupil’s first lesson, they each sit a short online test on to assess their understanding of 7 of the key content domains. The test looks at both a pupil’s ability to do the procedure, and ability to problem solve and apply their knowledge.

• Then, at the end of every lesson, a pupil is tested on content they’ve just worked through with their tutor, and on content from the next most relevant lesson. This tells us if that’s where they should go next, or if they should in fact head to a new lesson.

• Finally, at the end of the programme, we do one final quiz to ascertain progress made during their 14 weeks. On average pupils make double expected progress during our SATs revision programme. In fact, in a trial using Rising Stars Puma standardisedh tests, our pupils made 28 weeks progress in 14 weeks.

Here’s the step-by-step template we believe to be the most effective structure and flow for these KS2 Maths revision lessons. Step 1: Arithmetic Warm Up An arithmetic warm up slide taken from a 1-to-1 session on our SATs Booster Intervention Programme

This involves questions similar to those found in the Arithmetic paper, and covers a variety of operations to aid fluency and recall. We also encourage pupils through interleaved practice to switch between operations. Step 2: Revision slides A revision slide taken from a 1-to-1 session on our SATs Booster Intervention Programme

Next come the revision slides that review the concept but with scaffolding to support the pupil and build confidence. The tutor at this point is asking questions of the pupil to help them make connections and to explore the concepts raised. Step 3: SATs practice questions A SATs practice question designed to be used in a 1-to-1 session on our SATs Booster Intervention Programme

In every lesson pupils are also encouraged to tackle a deeper reasoning slide to build their verbal fluency and ability to justify answers. Tutors support them to notice patterns, make connections and generalise as these are the skills that correlate to higher attainment Step 5: Challenge questions A series of challenge slides taken from a 1-to-1 session on our SATs Booster Intervention Programme

These are low threshold high ceiling questions in which tutors are trained to support the child to have fun exploring the concept further, and enjoy the challenge. Step 6: Support slides to plug gaps A series of support slides taken from a 1-to-1 session on our SATs Booster Intervention Programme