Success at Key Stage 2

Secondary-ready support for behind expected attainment, on track and greater depth pupils.
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Preparing for 


Target Grades

SATs are used to form target grades for children in secondary school; an important step in academic progress.

Practice Papers

One of the best ways to prepare for the SATs is to use practice papers. The papers are an opportunity for a child to familiarise themself with the structure and layout.

Revision Techniques

Learning how to revise for SATs will not only benefit their results for those exams in particular but also for all exams to come in their education journey.

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Expert Tutors

Our team has been trained to deliver our tried and tested courses.
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Inspiring Environment

Our vibrant teaching environment instills a passion for learning.
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Transparent Learning

We hold regular parent-tutor meetings to discuss individual progress.
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Bespoke Programmes

All teaching material is tailored to the individual needs of each student.
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Caring Team

We’re kind, inclusive and support each other, growing together.

Funding Options

If you’re eligible, your child could receive support completely free of charge.




English Reading

Understanding written texts

Reading comprehensions and writing tasks ensure that your child has a good understanding of fiction and non-fiction texts across a variety of topics.

English SPaG

Understanding written texts

Reading comprehensions and writing tasks ensure that your child has a good understanding of fiction and non-fiction texts across a variety of topics.


Numbers, made simple.

We will revise everything from basic operations - addition, subtraction, multiplication and division - to fractions, percentages and more.

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Bespoke academic support paired with outstanding 


Learning Cubs' provision ties academic support with childcare so parents can avoid duplicate costs of tuition and childminders.

All of our tutors are qualified, safeguarding trained and experienced in working with children and young people.


What does SAT stand for?

SAT stands for Standardised Assessment Test.

What subjects are part of SATs?

The subjects examined in SATs are English Reading, English Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling and Maths.

When do SATs take place?

KS2 SATs take place in the May of Year 6 (age 11)

Why are SATs important?

SATs are a way for the government to assess the quality of education at a school. They are a good way to gauge how well your child is doing at school, but there are no consequences if they were to ‘fail’ these exams.

When should my child start preparing for SATs?

It's recommended for students to start preparing for SAT exams at least 6 to 9 months in advance, typically around the start of the academic year in which they will sit the exams.

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