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messageYear 6 SATS support
Posted by betsyr 25 February, 2017 09:28

SATS tests are approaching! I'm going to be running SATS support classes every Saturday at 4:00 -5:30 pm for Year 6 children. They will start on 11 th March and run up until the week before the SATS.

The session will involve test practise,
coaching in exam technique and revision , as well as teaching and deepening the understanding of some of the more challenging areas assessed in SATS.

It will be a fun and interactive session where children will have the chance to model/ share strategies with peers and consolidate and extend learning.

My aim is to raise children's confidence around SATS papers so they aren't nervous and can perform at their best. I am very interested in the 'growth mindset ' approach to learning and teach in a way that reflects this.

Qualified for 14 years, my experience includes two years work in Year 6 for Amanda Philips, in a national teaching school and working in SATS intervention for the last 4 years. I am confident in preparing children for the national exams and am I'm currently employed in a local school to help prepare Year 6 children for their SATS.

Please pm me if you are interested and I can send details for references and copies of my qualifications.

I have limited spaces so will need people to book before.

Thank you.

messageRe: Year 6 SATS support
Posted by GCroaker 28 February, 2017 10:48

I can certainly vouch for betsyr being an extremely likeable, personable and fun tutor. We're not quite at SATs stage yet but welcoming her lessons to increase self confidence in the multitude of tests that primary school children face.

messageRe: Year 6 SATS support
Posted by GipsyRose 10 March, 2017 11:28

I would like to add my recommendations for Betsy who tutored our daughter for independent school 11+ entrance exams. She worked efficiently and patiently, identifying areas which needed to be improved, ensuring my daughter was fulfilling her potential and more importantly raising her confidence. She also made the lessons enjoyable which is not an easy task!

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