Year Two have their end of Key Stage One SATs coming up next week so we have some useful tips.
- Don’t worry about them! They’re only tests – just do your best.
- At home, play lots of games but remember your reading – there’s a reading test.
- Remember, all of your teachers are there for you: if you want a chat, just ask.
We hope these tips helped you and you smile right through the SATs!
Here’s hoping the house points have gone up!
Golden Eagles: 212 House Points (4th place, come on!)
Kodiak Bears: 241 House Points (1st place, well done!)
Killer Whales: 235 House Points (2nd place, really close!)
Bengal Tigers: 220 House Points (3rd place, better luck next time!)
Well done to the Kodiak Bears who have won again.
Let’s hope that the attendance is on the up since we’ve had lots of lates and absences this last term.
Foundation Stage Two: 93.1% (6th place)
Year One: 98.6% (1st place, well done!)
Year Two: 94% (5th place)
Year Three: 96.5% (3rd place)
Year Four: 95.5% (4th place)
Year Five: 98% (2nd place, so close!)
Year Six: 92% (7th place, what happened!?)
This week’s average was 95.3%. The attendance has gone up a bit, though Year Six, who had 100% last week, have dropped significantly! Year Four haven’t won this at all this year, not very good!
This week is a four-day week, so there will be no star of the week or assembly but there will be a house points double rollover so we will we giving two lots of house points next week.
You don’t have to bring a coat in now as it’s the summer term but you need adequate PE kit: shorts, t-shirt and trainers or plimsolls. Girls, if you’re wearing tights, you need PE socks and a jacket is helpful for colder days. It’s summer, but please remember that we live in England, not Spain (where some of you have been on holiday), so the weather is unpredictable!
We hope you have a great week and smile through your SATs!