Equivalence of 10 hundreds and 1 thousand and scaling by 10
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Reasoning with ratio and scale
Tutors start with a SATs question to assess understanding and prepare pupils for the arithmetic paper.
These build confidence and familiarity with SATs reasoning questions and what they’ll need to look out for before answering.
Tutors help pupils to explore the steps needed to answer different reasoning questions correctly and efficiently.
Pupils then consolidate that learning on similar SATs questions to ensure they can apply these same strategies in a range of different contexts.
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