Monday 13th July 2020

Assessment Week

Please find assessments to be completed with your child. These do not need to be completed in test conditions, take as much time your child needs. Use the results to identify the support you can give your child over the six weeks before their return to school.

The expectation is that all children, including those currently in school complete these assessments. They can be used to identfiy any gaps your child currently has and can work on these during the six weeks.  

Year One Assessments

Common Exception Words Assessment

Please start by getting your child to read all the words- put a tick in the box labelled 'R' if they can read these words. Identify the any words your child needs to practise over the six weeks.

Next, ensure your child can not see the common exception words and read them to your child. Get them to write them down. Identify any words your child needs to practise writing over the six weeks and practise these. 

Phonics Assessment

Please read the cover sheet that goes with the phonics assessment for information on how the assessment works.

Reading Comprehension

Please get your child to read the comprehension and answer the questions on the following page.

Grammar Assessment

Please work through this two page assessment. If there are any grammatical terms your child has struggled with please practise these over the six weeks.

Recount Assessment

Please ask your child to write a recount. Find instructions and success criteria below. If your child has found any of these aspects difficult, practise these over the six weeks.

Maths Assesments

Please find three Math assessments that cover all items covered in Year One. If your child finds any of these concepts difficult please practise these before their return to school.

Arithmetic Questions

Please find calculation questions to be completed by your child. If they find any difficult, please practise these before their return to school.

Times Tables

Please find a range of times table questions that your child should know by the end of Year One. If your child finds any difficult please practise these before their return to school.

Year Two

Please find assessments to be completed with your child. These do not need to be completed in test conditions, take as much time your child needs. Use the results to identify the support you can give your child over the six weeks before their return to school.

Recount Assessment

Please ask your child to write a recount. Find instructions and success criteria below. If your child has found any of these aspects difficult, practise these over the six weeks.

Mental Maths

Reasoning Maths Paper

Times Tables

Please find a range of times table questions that your child should know by the end of Year One. If your child finds any difficult please practise these before their return to school.

Reading Comprehension

Please get your child to read the comprehension and answer the questions on the following page.

Grammar Assessment

Please work through this two page assessment. If there are any grammatical terms your child has struggled with please practise these over the six weeks.

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