My children are both in primary school now, so of course, those SATs tests do lurk around corners for them. Boo completed her KS1 SATs in May and remains unaware that she did so. Her school handled them really well, with no stress or pressure put on any of the children, as should be the case for 6 and 7 year olds. I know that the KS2 Year 6 SATs are more formal and the kids are aware that they are taking those. When that time comes around, I’ll do all I can to reassure and keep any stress at bay. Letts have several handy advice guides to help, as well as their new workbooks.
However children like to learn, Letts will get them through their test!
They have now made their Key Stage 2 Revision Guides and Workbooks ready for the 2018 tests, so that children can be too.
The books offer the biggest variety of ways to learn and practise. In each Revision Guide, children can…
listen up and learn more with free audio
have a go at hands-on activities
try SATs questions just like the ones in the tests
pick-up top tips along the way
Sounds like a fun, interesting and practical way to prepare for the tests.
A smiley new design – competition!
Letts love the smiley faces on their covers and know that children will too. That’s why they’re giving them the chance to pick the face that will feature on the new Key Stage 1 books coming next year. So do you fancy getting involved and entering a prize draw to win a bundle of books and some smiley stationery? Of course you do! You just need to pop over to Letts and pick your favourite to have your say and enter the competition before it closes at midnight on Friday 29th September 2017.
Do your children have SATs coming up?
Disclosure: This is a collaborative post