Key Stage 1
The SATs for Key Stage 1 take place throughout May in Year 2 (at the end of infants's school). Each child is assessed by a teacher in reading, writing (including spelling and handwriting), maths (including number, shape, space and measurement) and science. The class teacher sets short pieces of work in English and maths to judge each child's ability.
Key Stage 2
The Key Stage 2 SATs are more formal than the assessments used at Key Stage 1 and consist of a combination of tests and teacher assessments. The tests taken in Year 6 cover the three core subjects, English (reading, writing including handwriting, and spelling), maths and science. These tests are taken on set days in mid-May and are designed to test pupils' knowledge and understanding. Depending on which tests individual children sit, the tests take between four and seven and half hours to complete. The teacher assessment covers English, maths and science and is moderated by the local authority.
Our Course Methodology
- Making sure the students have a clear understanding of Numbers, Fractions, Geometry, Statistics in year 2 the building blocks of the subject.
- Student should be able to Understand and know how to apply your knowledge.
- Enable the pupils to apply their knowledge from across the syllabus, when answering the question.
The Course is taught by highly experienced teachers having more than 10 years of experience. The courses have been created using rich teaching and academic experience. The courses are aligned with the National Curriculum. Each course provides students with valuable knowledge along with specialist examination techniques.
The students at school are taught in overcrowded classes consisting of 25-30 students, which does not allow the teacher to give more than two minutes to each student. At StudyUniv our group size is of 4-5 students, which ensures that :- - Each student is given individual attention - It encourages students to ask questions during lessons
The student receives homework for every lesson to ensure that the student has learned whatever is taught. The progress of each and every student is monitored regularly through test both in form of written and verbal at the end of each class. This ensures that the topic delivered by the teacher has been properly understood by the student or not. We provide regular feedback to the parents in form of reports showing progress of student every quarter.