SATs Timetable 13th April 2015

Grazebrook Primary School
Lordship Road, London N16 0QP
Telephone: 0208 802 4051
Fax: 0208 442 5202
[email protected]
Executive Headteacher: Mrs Michelle Thomas
Head of School: Mr Derek Hewie
Monday 13th April 2015
Dear Year 6 Parents and Carers,
Re: SATs Tests
As you are aware, our Year 6 pupils will be taking their SATs during the week beginning 11th May
2015. The children have worked very hard to prepare for the tests and are set to do very well before
they leave us for secondary school in a few months. We are all very proud of them and their
fantastic progress as we are sure you are too.
In order to ensure that we can offer the children a good start to the mornings of their tests, we are
inviting them to attend a special breakfast from 11th – 14th May. The breakfast will be served from
8.00am on these four mornings. The Year 6 staff team and senior staff will be present to give them
encouragement and moral support.
The table below highlights the days on which each of the tests will take place.
11th May
Levels 3-5 English Reading Test ( 1 Paper – 60 minutes)
Level 6 English Reading Test (1 paper – 60 minutes)
12th May
Levels 3-5 English Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Test (1 Paper – 45 minutes)
Level 6 English Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Test
(3 Papers – 30 minutes, 20 minutes and 10 minutes)
13th May
Levels 3-5 Mental Maths Test (1 Paper – 20 minutes)
Levels 3-5 Maths Paper 1 (1 Paper – 45 minutes)
14th May
Levels 3-5 Maths Paper 2 (1 Paper – 45 minutes)
Level 6 Maths Paper 1 (1 Paper – 30 minutes)
Level 6 Maths Paper 2 (1 Paper – 30 minutes)
At the end of Key Stage 2, it is expected that a child is working at Level 4. Some of our children are
already working above age expected levels. With this in mind, some pupils will be entered for Level
6 papers. All children will sit the Levels 3-5 papers.
A meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday 21st April at 3.45pm where you are welcome to ask any
questions you might have about the SATs or any of the arrangements.
Please remember that it is vital that your child is at school on time every day of the SATs week as we
cannot sit the tests at any times other than on the days shown above.
Best wishes
Derek Hewie
Head of School