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Revision Tips Numeracy. March 24, 2009

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Here are some fantastic websites for you to have a look at Year Six for when you are practicing for your SATs over the next six weeks.   Click on the links and  have a look around the sites – print off some practice questions and have a go.


REMEMBER – A LITTLE AND OFTEN is t he best way to revise.

  1. Past papers    This is a fantastic resource for year Six courtesy of Cottam Primary School.   The teachers have organised the past papers into all the different areas of the curriculum.   Print off the questions that you need and have a go!   There are even answers provided.
  2. Numeracy Revision   Once again from Cottam Primary School this set of homework revision sheets provides a really simple revision program for all the key areas of Numeracy.   Use this to practice your skills before trying out the past papers.
  3. Things you find difficult    If you know that you find one part of Numeracy difficult then have a look at this site from the amazing Coxhoe Primary School.   This has every possible link that you might need to practice any area of the Numeracy curriculum.
  4. Use your booklet to look up any of the skills that you need to brush up on.

2 Responses to “Revision Tips Numeracy.”

  1. Mr Gauld Says:

    This is a great idea. I am pleased to say that Year 6 have been working incredibly hard recently as they prepare for their SATs. Every time I walk into the class everybody is focused. Just a few more weeks!

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