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Some Year 6 pupils need more support to succeed in SATs. Give them extra opportunities to secure content and build familiarity with SATs-style questions with personalised revision lessons.
We have had 100% success in KS2 SATs with the pupils who have taken part in Third Space Learning.
Jane Winterbottom, Deputy Headteacher
St Mary's C of E Primary School, Moston
Initial assessment to diagnose individual gaps
Free headset for each pupil
Weekly personalised online one to one maths SATs revision lessons
Ongoing assessments to continually personalise learning
Regular reports to track progress and inform classroom teaching
Full access to all resources and video CPD in the Third Space Maths Hub
All sessions end with Post-Session Questions to help continuously diagnose outstanding gaps and inform lesson selection
You choose which pupils need additional support to reach Age Related Expectations in the SATs tests in May.
For the pupils we chose to take part, the impact was noticeable. Engagement with maths and self-confidence was improved.
Lessons focus on reviewing and securing KS2 content before applying knowledge to SATs-style questions.
Our results in KS2 are up by 30% this year and teachers have identified Third Space Learning as one of the things that has made a real difference.
Personalised for each pupil Initial and ongoing assessments ensure lessons provide support where each pupil needs it most to succeed in maths SATs.
Third Space Learning’s personalised interventions supported children in developing their skills and confidence in maths, particularly in the build up to SATs.
Lessons are prioritised on likely impact on SATs based on past paper and pupil data, helping you make the most of your revision time.
The SATs Revision programme has been fantastic for our Year 6 pupils. The fact that the questions that come up are really similar to the ones that crop up in SATs papers has worked well for us.
We've analysed the last 4 years of arithmetic and reasoning papers and mark schemes to identify which topics feature most and are worth the most marks.
We’ve taken into account Question Level Analysis data on all the new curriculum national tests so far to identify which questions pupils find most difficult.
Data from the 100,000+ pupils we’ve taught since 2013 has helped us identify the most effective teaching strategies for key SATs topics.
This data has enabled us to order each of the 28 lessons in our SATs Revision curriculum by its likely impact in Key Stage 2 SATs, helping you prioritise your pupils’ learning as they progress through the programme.
Pupil and time slot selection
Whole school resources
You decide which pupils to support and choose a weekly time slot. Lessons can take place from school or home, depending on your chosen pupils.
Each pupil begins with an initial assessment to diagnose their individual learning gaps and identify the best sequence of maths lessons for each pupil. This can be done at any point before their first session.
Lessons take place in our interactive online classroom and pupils communicate with their personal tutor via a shared screen and headset. We'll send out headsets free of charge before your first session.
You’re kept up to date with topics covered and progress made each week. Longer term progress is mapped over the term. As well as showing how your pupils are progressing, we also report on engagement and attitude.
Unlimited access to all resources is included at no additional cost. This includes SATs maths revision resources and practice papers. This means you can target spending on individual pupils whilst still raising maths attainment for every child in your school.
Third Space allowed our Year 6s to not only reach the expected standard but to gain a love and interest for maths. The positive difference that Third Space made was obvious within the classroom and in our pupils' much improved assessment results.
Headteacher, Nine Mile Ride Primary School, Wokingham
The SATs Revision programme has been fantastic for our Year 6 pupils. In particular, the reasoning questions have been great, and the fact that the questions that come up are really similar to the ones that crop up in SATs papers has worked well for us.
Headteacher, Castlechurch Primary School, West Midlands
Our results in KS2 are up by 30% this year and teachers have identified Third Space as one of the things that has made a real difference.
Headteacher, Barcroft Primary School, Walsall
We started with 16 pupils in Year 6, in order to improve their confidence before the SATs tests. In many cases it definitely helped them to perform even better than we were expecting. We could see that their confidence in approaching the papers was hugely improved, having seen lots of similar questions before in Third Space.
Headteacher, Holland Junior School, Surrey
I had 8 children using the intervention, 7 of whom were working below the expected standard. All of those 7 met the expected standard, with the one pupil that we were hoping could achieve greater depth also achieved greater depth! So, what we had targeted absolutely worked, and I would say that doing the intervention was fundamental to that.
Year 6 Teacher, Aylesbury Vale Academy, Buckinghamshire
We first used Third Space specifically for our Year 6 children because of the SATs focus. It’s so clear in front of them and you can see it all starts to fall into place. It just clicks. You can physically see the progress children are making in terms of confidence and engagement. You can really see a shift in their whole attitude towards learning.
SENCO, West Horndon Primary School, Essex
The individual sessions could be targeted specifically for each pupil, which is excellent and the follow-up reports were very helpful to determine future planning.
Maths Lead, Great Yarmouth Primary Academy, Norfolk
The SATs results for our pupil premium children have historically been very low, and we were really looking for something that could fill a gap. With Third Space, our maths progress has improved a lot, and we’ve gone from 40% ARE to 70% ARE this year!
Deputy Headteacher, Parson Street Primary School, Bristol