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KS1 and KS2 SATS Revision with MagiKats: 2018

KS1 and KS2 SATS Revision with MagiKats: 2018

The MagiKats SATS revision programme to support KS1 and KS2 pupils for 2018 is running again and ready to help all children as they prepare for their assessments.

SATS coming up? Get extra help from MagiKats!

SATS coming up? Get extra help from MagiKats!

MagiKats students are about to launch on this year’s SATS Maths and English revision programmes that are proven to address the requirements for KS1 and KS2 pupils.

Teaching reading is not rocket science - it's harder!

Teaching reading is not rocket science - it's harder!

Jane Williams from MagiKats Llandaff North looks at how parents can help at home as their kids learn to read.

Beat the Back to School Blues!

Are your children nervous about the thought of going back to school? Or are you dreading the return to the school routine with all its many demands? If so, don’t worry - you are not alone. So, I’ve put together this super simple 5 step guide to help you beat the ‘back to school’ blues!

What Learning Style Does My Child Have? (Part Three)

What Learning Style Does My Child Have? (Part Three)

This article by MagiKats helps identify which learning style your teenager has, so they can approach their studies more intelligently.

The MagiKats KS1 and KS2 Revision Programme for 2017

The new, tougher SATS are here to stay (for now at least) and the MagiKats revision programmes - completely re-written last year for the new requirements – are back! 

School summer holidays – the key to your child’s happiness and success?

The summer holidays are possibly the most important six weeks of the school year! The hardest times in anyone’s education are the times of change and the toughest of all is the move from primary to secondary. 

SATS Results - a quick guide to the 2016 scores

SATS results are out - but were your child's results good or bad? How do you know? Here's a short guide to help you understand what you are reading on the results report.

Are minimum qualifications for teachers enough to ensure quality?

I suspect many parents have been pulled up short when they have seen, from the recent press coverage, that many of those charged with their children’s earliest care and education may not have even a grade C GCSE in English and maths.