SATs Tuition Crosby and Waterloo

SAT’s are standardised assessments that are completed in the summer term of Year 6. Your child will be assessed in Reading, Maths, Grammar, punctuation and spelling. Your child’s writing will be assessed by their school teacher throughout the year.

What are the SATs?

SAT’s are standardised assessments that are completed in the summer term of Year 6. Your child will be assessed in Reading, Maths, Grammar, punctuation and spelling. Your child’s writing will be assessed by their school teacher throughout the year. 


Can you help my child prepare for the SAT’s? 


At EduKate we don’t believe teaching children with the aim of ‘passing an exam’. However, our sessions are delivered in a way which builds students confidence, improves their knowledge and broadens their skills which will in turn prepare them for whatever obstacles and challenges they may face, including the dreaded SATs!

How are the sessions delivered?

Sessions are tailored to the child’s individual learning style and needs based on their free initial assessment. 

We will work through concepts at your child’s pace using a range of strategies and methods that will benefit students and help them to be successful. 

Our group sessions include opportunities for co-operative and collaborative learning with interactive games and activities to keep the children engaged and the learning meaningful. 

We also offer 1-1 tuition for those students who we feel would benefit from the additional support. Your child will be matched with a suitable tutor who has the skills, experience and attitude to help your child feel comfortable and make rapid progress.

We see education as a powerful tool for change; to change a student’s perceptions of their own capabilities, to change the way in which they perceive the world around them, to change a student’s future and enable them to make a positive change within society. Our aim is for students to become confident, critical, independent thinkers who have the resilience to overcome barriers, face challenges and thrive within all aspects of their education and beyond.