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SATs revision classes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SATs revision classes

 

Is your child in year 6? Are they preparing for their Key Stage 2 SATs test? Would you like some help boosting their skills and confidence in maths and English?

 In classes of no more than ten students at venues in Poole and surrounding areas, experienced teachers at Teach Perfect deliver fun and engaging educational programmes which integrate with school-based learning and allows children to explore concepts in greater depth, clarifying, embedding and extending their understanding. 

 

 

The maths SAT test.

The SAT test in mathematics assesses skills in the following key areas outlined by the Department of Education:
  • knowing all times tables
  • using them to divide and multiply
  • using a protractor to measure angles
  • calculating the perimeter and area of shapes
  • solving problems by collecting and using information in tables, graphs and charts
  • solving problems involving ratio and proportion

 

Teach Perfect SATs tuition complements provision in primary schools by delivering skills sessions in all these areas, preparing students fully for the final examinations.

Students can opt to study the whole course or to personalise their learning by selecting modules which address areas of weakness. The first option is obviously the most effective as the course is designed to build key skills cumulatively.

 

 


 

The English SATs tests.

The SATs tests in English assess skills in the following key areas outlined by the Department of Education:
  • explaining the meaning of words
  • retrieving information
  • summarising information
  • making inferences
  • explaining the structure and choice of language
  • identifying word classes, verb tenses and grammatical structures
  • using punctuation accurately
  • spelling accurately

 

Teach Perfect SATs tuition complements provision in primary schools by delivering skills sessions in all these areas, preparing students fully for the final examinations.

Students can opt to study the whole course or to personalise their learning by selecting modules which address areas of weakness. The first option is obviously the most effective as the course is designed to build key skills cumulatively.