SATS 2016 - PrimaryBlogger

SATS 2016 - PrimaryBlogger

Assessment and Expectations for Y2 Parent Workshop Wednesday 24th January 2018 K.Lace N.Loveridge Why do we assess at the end of KS1? A means of determining if a child has met the expected standard for end of

KS1 A benchmark in the child's progress through school. Y6 results will be compared to Y2 A means of assessing the performance of the school How are pupils assessed at the end of KS1? (Year 2) Schools are required to report childrens

attainment in reading, writing, mathematics and science at the end of KS1. This is in the form of teacher assessment. Pupils take a test (SATS) in reading and maths. The test results are used to inform teacher assessment. There is no test for writing, although there is a non statutory grammar, punctuation and spelling test.

High Expectations 2016 was the first year that teachers were required to assess using a document called the interim framework. A new revised interim framework has been produced for 2018 which has a more flexible approach to assessing writing. Children will be reported as working towards the expected standard, at the expected standard or working at greater depth. This document outlines criteria that must be met in

order to achieve the expected standard. Children must achieve all the criteria in the expected standard to be reported as expected. The Tests There will be brand new tests for 2018. Class teachers mark the tests using the mark scheme given. They will then add up the marks and convert this into a scaled score.

A score of 100 is at the expected standard. We can practise using sample tests and previous years tests. Our approach to testing at Tests with a growth mindset. KS1 A SAT test does not reflect who you are, what you are worth or even

how much you have learned. It provides a snapshot of what you are capable of understanding on a particular given day. Administering the tests: Undertaken in a child-friendly way with an emphasis on : Be the best you can be! Its OK to make mistakes and learn from them. It is an opportunity for the children to show what they can do at 6 /7 years old. KS1 Mathematics Test

There are 2 papers; Paper 1: arithmetic; Paper 2: reasoning Paper 1: arithmetic The arithmetic test assesses basic mathematical calculations. The test consists of a single test paper and should take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Children are not allowed to use any equipment to help them. Pure number questions including times tables and fractions. (3x times table expectation; expectation; emphasis on inverse and missing numbers) Paper 2 : reasoning

It should take approximately 35 minutes. Begins with 5 aural questions Problem solving and application Geometry, measures, money, time, fractions, statistics Questions can be read to the children. Strategies

Calculation triangle Bar model Partitioning drawing tens and ones/ expanded written method The mathematics test informs teacher assessment using the interim framework. Expectations for achieving the expected standard

Adding two 2-digit numbers Subtracting two 2-digit numbers where no regrouping is required Understanding of inverse to answer missing number calculations Multiplication and division facts for 2,5 and 10 times tables Reading time to the nearest 15 minutes Using different coins to make the same amount Describing properties of 2D and 3D shapes

Identifying , , 2/4, , 1/3 of shapes KS1 English Reading Test There are 2 papers. Paper 1 is a combined reading prompt and answer booklet. It should take approximately 30 minutes. The test includes different types of questions for the children to answer. Paper 2 All children should be given the opportunity to attempt paper 2

although teachers can decide if they feel children should not complete it. This test consists of a reading answer booklet and a separate reading booklet. It is expected that the test will take approximately 40 minutes to complete (not strictly timed). The reading test informs teacher assessment using the interim framework. Expectations for achieving the expected standard Read accurately most of the common exception words, words with suffixes and words with two or more syllables

Read age appropriate texts fluently (over 90 words a minute) Check it makes sense to them Answer questions and make some inferences Writing There is no separate writing test. Writing will be based purely on teacher assessment based on a broad portfolio of writing that the children complete over the course of Y2. Pupils must demonstrate their application of these skills across a range of writing. Expectations for achieving the expected standard

Writing simple, coherent narratives about personal experiences and those of others (real or fictional). Write about real events, recording these simply and clearly. Using punctuation accurately. CL, FS and ? Using past and present tense correctly Using coordination- and, but and subordination- when, if, because Spelling- using phonics, many common exception words. Handwriting- capital letters and digits of the correct size and spacing between words

past and present tense Virtually all sentences are correctly demarcated with capital letters and full stops. The exclamation mark is correct. Coordinating conjunctionbut The spacing between words reflects the size of the letters. Capital letters clear. Mostly correct size.

Many words are spelled correctly. Attempts at others are phonically-plausible. The pupils own corrections show good attention being paid to spelling. Many common exception words from year 1 are correct.

This recount of a real event, a school visit, is clear and simple and fulfils its recording purpose effectively Subordinating conjunction - because Most of the sentences are correctly demarcated with capital letters and full

stops or, in 3 sentences, with an exclamation mark. Many words spelled correctly Diagonal and horizontal joins needed to join letters are clear in this piece

Some suffixes are used correctly: s, ed and ing. The ly suffix has not yet been mastered fully, as shown in finaly. KS1 English grammar, punctuation and spelling test There are 2 separate papers in grammar, spelling and punctuation: Paper 1: a 20-word spelling test taking approximately 15 minutes and worth 20 marks. Paper 2: a grammar, punctuation and vocabulary test, in two sections of around 10 minutes each (with a break between, if necessary), worth

20 marks. This will involve a mixture of selecting the right answers e.g. through multiple choice, and writing short answers. This is not statutory. Time to chat and look at the sample papers. Any questions? Thank you, as always, for your support.

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