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8,000 new curriculum questions available for Years 1 to 6 - including reading, GPS, maths and science questions.
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Edit real National Test papers (2016-18) and ready-made tests created by SATs experts to round-up a topic, term or year
Filter questions by year group, difficulty level, skill or key word to create resources that meet the exact needs of your pupils
Save time marking tests with auto-generated marking guides, which includes mark schemes, NAHT KPIs and links to the National Curriculum
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Question Bank is much more user friendly than other test banks, not only for the teachers, but crucially, in its aesthetics for the children....It has really helped the teachers to carefully structure their teaching and questioning to align with end of year expectations.
The questions in Question Bank were easy to select and collate. With our old test builder, I would spend ages changing the images and getting the questions to fit. This is a time saver for a busy teacher and has helped us to prepare children for the higher expectations in the SATs.
Tests can be quickly created, saved and adapted to the required level of difficulty. Teachers have found it hugely valuable, as they don’t have to think about the questions or search through several resources. Additional questions are added all the time, and when compiling an end of unit test the answers can be printed off too.
We have found Question Bank to be a very useful source of questions for us to check in on children's understanding. We select a range of questions to form a weekly quiz - some questions will be on skills we have previously covered and allow us to see whether children have retained this.