National Tests 2017 will take place between
3rd and 10th May 2017.
Children in Years 2 to 9 now take national tests in reading and numeracy each summer. It is really important that your child is in school to take the tests.
The reading tests are made up of short questions based on two or more texts. Some of the questions check how well the text has been understood, others aim to find out if children are able to make judgements about what they are reading.
There are two numeracy tests - one on numeracy procedural - children knowing about their number facts and working out simple problems and numeracy reasoning - this is where they have to use and apply their numeracy skills to solve a range of mathematical problems.
There are some sample test papers below for you to look at - please do not make this an onerous task for the children!
Click below to find out more about the National Tests:
We have recently purchased a new online numeracy programme called
RMeasimaths. Maths is a skill that can be developed both in school and at home, and can easily be made fun and engaging, even a part of everyday play. With RM Easimaths, parents and carers can support their children in activities and exercises that are consistent with how they learn in class and with the built-in support materials, parents and children can work through challenges together.
RMeasimaths is an online solution so it’s available wherever you have an internet connection. It has a colourful, user-friendly interface and a cast of fun characters with unique personalities that children can identify with. So not only is it simple to use, it doesn’t even feel like the children are learning.
The children have been provided with a username and password to access their own personal account set at their current attainment level. The children can log on to RMeasimaths via computer, laptop, iPad or android tablet. If using a tablet the app can be downloaded from iTunes or Google Play.
For any further details please contact Mr Edwards
Get your child thinking about maths!
Try this website: