The 11plus exam, for some 10 and 11 year old students in the United Kingdom, is administered in England in their final year of primary education and determines admission to grammar schools and other private secondary schools which use academic selection.
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Did you know that in addition to the 11+ exams, the UK also has SATS at the KS2 and KS3 level to prepare the child for their KS4's or GCSEs?
How important are SATs to schools ?
Primary Schools think SATs are important because they're measured on them on a national basis. Your child's school will lay great stress on English and Maths SATs in Year 5 for this reason. Your child will sit externally marked SATs in English Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPaG) and in Mathematics during the second week of May in Year 6.
As every 11+ online tutor from India knows, Science is no longer included in externally marked SATs (only in 'teacher assessments') so 11+ tutors from India began to notice that in the UK, Science takes a back seat early in Year 5. Parents should bear in mind that the Year 6 SATs scores for his or her child at KS2 set the "starting point" for a Government (DfE) calculation of expected GCSE outcomes, upon which their entire middle school expectations and progress are measured.. Secondary school performances are measured nationally against targets set for youngsters with similar Year 6 SATs levels. Tutors from India for the 11+ and SATs speculate that a higher SATs score achievement in Year 6 will either cause your child's middle school to push for higher GCSE attainment grades for your child, or be measured adversely by the DfE. Conversely, a lower SATs score level in Year 6 will allow the middle school to be measured against lower expectations for your child's GCSE grades and for the totality of their instruction up to KS4, ie. regardless of whether your child had a bad SATs week, or was a "late starter". Under these confusing circumstances you really need online 11+ tutors from India to guide your child to his target.