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Website downtime

Our website will be offline from the evening of Tuesday 30th May until lunchtime on Wednesday 31st May (SGT) for essential maintenance.

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Fractions: establishing firm foundations for progress

Thanks to mathematics consultant, trainer and author, Caroline Clissold, for this article on fractions and ensuring the basic concepts are understood from an early age to establish firm foundations for progress. If you are interested in hearing more on this topic, please register for a free webinar on 14th June where Caroline will go into more detail and will be able to answer questions. Sign up here.

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Reaction to SATs week

With the National Tests out of the way for another year we asked Deputy Head Michael Tidd and Assessment Consultant Shareen Mayers for their initial reaction to the 2017 papers.

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We're giving away free tests every week!

To show you just how valuable Assessment Bank is, we're giving away FREE tests every week for 6 weeks!

This week's FREE test - Year 5 Spelling test resource

Many schools have told us that the spelling paper in the SATs was particularly challenging, so this week we're giving you a Year 5 Spelling Test, written specifically for the new curriculum to help you identify gaps in children's learning and prepare for the demand of the national tests. 

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Our exciting new partnership with Educater

We are delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with Educater to incorperate Rising Stars Progression Frameworks into their STATonline primary assessment tool!

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Embedding Writing Skills in History

Stuart Tiffany and Bev Forrest discuss how to build on core writing skills and encourage reluctant writers with imaginative and engaging history lessons.

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Grasping grammar terminology ahead of the national tests

We’ve extracted the used terminology from 2016’s test papers from our Implications for Teaching: Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling report to help you identify the correct grammar terminology your children should be learning and identifying in the tests.
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