Use the revision books you bought earlier this year, the Y6 blog, Y6 bootcamps (remember the username & password). You can also use the big educational games sites listed below. Don't go on any old site - just because it's fun doesn't mean you'll be learning anything; you need to find games and sites that will teach you what you need to know - if it's fun as well, great.
Decide what you need to work on:
- If it's mental maths, use Y6 Mental Maths Boot Camp. If the questions come too fast, do the test a second time so you've had some thinking time first time around.
- If it's maths word problems, look at old SATS questions and the answer booklet online and work through them with an adult. You need to be organised and split up the problem into sections.
- If it's reading, there's no substitute for doing old SATS questions. Read one section of a SATs paper and answer the questions on it (print out the questions, read the booklet onscreen). Then sit with an adult and go through the answer book onscreen; see how you could have picked up some extra marks. Remember to use the scanning technique to find keywords from the question.
Woodlands revision page
BGfL Booster games
Mr Nussbaum maths word problems
Mrs Pitts revision site - just discovered this; it's brilliant
Games for the Brain - to keep your thinking ticking over
ESLbits basic comprehension exercises - not quite SATs-style but they do encourage close-reading