World Of Stories!
Welcome to World Book Day’s World of Stories, where you can listen to audiobooks of your favourite books FOR FREE.
Bring storytime to life, with a reading of the picture book What the Ladybird Heard. Young readers can hear their favourite tales, including The Truth Pixie by Matt Haig, and The 13-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton. Discover fantastic books in the fiction category including A Pinch of Magic by Michelle Harrison and Rumble Star by Abi Elphinstone, or teens can delve into thrilling tales from Chris Ryan and Malcom Duffy. These free audiobooks are read by famous voices such as Ade Adepitan, Konnie Huq, Matt Haig, and Ben Miller.
Thanks to the wonderful publishers we work with, we are able to extend the time that you are able to listen to these amazing audiobooks for FREE. They are the perfect way to enjoy sharing stories together so snuggle up, get comfy and enjoy!
Click on the book that you want to hear and then scroll down until you see the image below. Click on the arrow and the story will be read to you!
Click below for free books! You can either listen to them or read them online!
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Hi Danielle, I enjoyed reading your Lockdown diary. Well done for completing that! I hope you have an enjoyable summer and I'll see you in September! Mrs B.
SO what do you think of it
I have done mine so I will send it to you on Monday
chloe said yes and hi
Hello Danielle, all the details are on the Literacy page of the website. If you want to enter, ask at home first, then follow the instructions. Is Chloe going to do it too?
please can I join in with the writing challange thanks chloe said hi
Hello! Please use this area to tell me about your favourite books. Recommendations for other children would be good too! Let me know if you have listened to a book using the link on the Literacy page. Reading is the window to the world...
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All about grammar that is taught in school.
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling terms that you may find useful.
Year 6 Tests 2020 Information
DUE TO THE CURRENT SITUATION, SATS WILL NOT BE TAKING PLACE THIS YEAR.
SATs Tests for Year 6 pupils will take place between Monday 11th May and Thursday 14th May 2020
At the end of Year 6, children will sit tests in:
Spelling, punctuation and grammar
These tests will be both set and marked externally, and the results will be used to measure your child's progress and the school's performance. Your child’s marks will be used in conjunction with teacher assessment to give a broader picture of their attainment.
Take a look at this 'Glossary of terms' that the children throughout school will be learning about.
Key Stage 2 Reading
The reading test will provisionally be a single paper with questions based on one 800-word text and two passages of 300 words. Your child will have one hour, including reading time, to complete the test.
There will be a selection of question types, including:
Ranking/ordering, e.g. ‘Number the events below to show the order in which they happen in the story’
Labelling, e.g. ‘Label the text to show the title of the story’
Find and copy, e.g. ‘Find and copy one word that suggests what the weather is like in the story’
Short constructed response, e.g. ‘What does the bear eat?’
Open-ended response, e.g. ‘Look at the sentence that begins Once upon a time. How does the writer increase the tension throughout this paragraph? Explain fully, referring to the text in your answer.’
Key Stage 2 grammar, punctuation and spelling test
The grammar, punctuation and spelling test will consist of two parts: a grammar and punctuation paper requiring short answers, lasting 45 minutes, and an aural spelling test of 20 words, lasting around 15 minutes.
The grammar and punctuation test will include two sub-types of questions:
Selected response, e.g. ‘Identify the adjectives in the sentence below’
Constructed response, e.g. ‘Correct/complete/rewrite the sentence below,’ or, ‘The sentence below has an apostrophe missing. Explain why it needs an apostrophe.’
Key Stage 2 maths
Children will sit three papers in maths:
Paper 1: arithmetic, 30 minutes (written)
Papers 2 and 3: mathematical fluency, solving problems and reasoning, 40 minutes per paper
Paper 1 will consist of fixed response questions, where children have to give the correct answer to calculations, including long multiplication and division. Papers 2 and 3 will involve a number of question types, including:
True or false
Constrained questions, e.g. giving the answer to a calculation, drawing a shape or completing a table or chart
Less constrained questions, where children will have to explain their approach for solving a problem.
How will Key Stage 2 SATs be marked?
The old system of national curriculum levels is now no longer used, after the department of education abolished it in Summer 2015. Instead, children will be given standardised scores. You will be given your child’s score, alongside the average for their school, the local area and nationally. There will also be a ‘performance descriptor’ of the expected standard for Key Stage 2 pupils. The Department for Education is aiming for 85 per cent of children to reach or exceed that standard.
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