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Key Stage 2 Mathematics

Dr Duxbury
Leader of Mathematics
Mathematics exam
Mathematics exam
Mathematics written Papers 1 and 2
(level 3-5), each lasting 45 minutes (no
calculator)
Mathematics mental maths test, 20
questions (approx 15 minutes)
(Additional paper for some students in Miss Bustards
class)
Level 6 Mathematics written Paper 1 (no calculator)
Level 6 Mathematics written Paper 2 (calculator)
Each lasts 30 minutes
In lessons
Working through past papers and
discussing strategies
Mental tests
CGP booklets
Mock exams analysis
Student analysis
MyMaths
Easter 10 for 10
Good exam practice written paper

Read the question twice


Underline key facts
Show full working out (especially for
questions worth 2 marks)
Use equipment given
Use your ruler!
Fill in blanks/scales/axes
Good exam practice written paper

Not drawn to scale


Come back to a question if stuck
Use the column method when unsure for +
or -
e.g. find the difference between 1984 and 1948
1984
-1948
____

Dont leave any blank answers


Check your paper thoroughly
Good exam practice mental test
Good exam practice mental test

Stay calm!
Answer what you can, when you can
Educated guess
Working out
Column method for + and
Number bonds
Dont leave any blank answers
Good exam practice all exams

Do not:
doodle
write comments
put guess or ?
Types of questions
Types of questions
Types of questions
Types of questions
Types of questions
Revision techniques
Little and often is the best way to
approach SATs revision

Strategies
Two or three questions a day
Mark scheme
Vocabulary
(http://www.theschoolrun.com/primary-
numeracy-glossary-for-parents)
Revision techniques
Work out a revision timetable
Break revision time into small chunks
Essential books and materials
Revision prompts
New stationery, highlighters and pens
Go through school notes
Time your child's attempts at practice
papers
At home
Revision book
MyMaths
Internet
At home
Explain
Describe
Name
Estimate
Measure
Calculate
Tell me
At home

TIMES TABLES

http://resources.woodlands-
junior.kent.sch.uk/maths/timestable/
At home

TIMES TABLES

Make up rhymes
8x8=
At home

TIMES TABLES

Make up rhymes
8 x 8 = 64
At home

TIMES TABLES

12345678
At home

TIMES TABLES

12 3 4 56 7 8
At home

TIMES TABLES

12 = 3 x 4 56 = 7 x 8
At home

7 x 8 = 56

56

7 8
At home

7 x 8 = 56

56

7 x 8
At home

56 8 = 7

56

7 x 8
At home

56 7 = 8

56

7 x 8
Keywords - what words can be
used for these symbols?
+ - x
Keywords - what words can be
used for these symbols?
+ - x
Add Take away Times Divide
Sum Subtract Multiply Share
Total Minus Product Goes into
Altogether Difference Groups of Remainder
Increase Decrease
Revision
http://www.theschoolrun.com/sats-
revision-your-ks2-sats-maths-helper
Revision
http://www.theschoolrun.com/sats-
revision-your-ks2-sats-maths-helper
Revision
http://www.theschoolrun.com/sats-
revision-your-ks2-sats-maths-helper
http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/z82
6n39

http://www.woodlands-
junior.kent.sch.uk/revision/index.html

http://www.compare4kids.co.uk/maths.php

http://www.emaths.co.uk/index.php/4-
students/past-papers/ks2-sat-papers

http://www.parkfieldict.co.uk/sats/