If you have a child in year 6, at the end of key stage 2, they will take national curriculum tests in English reading, English grammar, punctuation and spelling and mathematics.
The tests help measure the progress pupils have made and identify if they need additional support in a certain area. The tests are also used to assess schools’ performance and to produce national performance data.
The key stage 2 tests will be taken on set dates unless your child is absent, in which case they may be able to take them up to 5 school days afterwards.
To help you along your way, we have collated a series of downloads for both Maths and English (please click on the heading below) to help you revise and better prepare for these examinations. To get started, choose a link below.
Good points to Remember:
- Keep revision quick and concise
2. Keep it peaceful at home
3. Exam nerves are normal
4. Eat the right foods
5. Get them to bed earlier than usual
6. Don’t skip breakfast
7. Plenty of encouragement
8. Make time for play!