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KS2 Maths SAT Buster: 10-Minute Tests (for the New Curriculum) @ Amazon - £1.49 (Prime) £4.48 (Non Prime)
KS2 Maths SAT Buster: 10-Minute Tests (for the New Curriculum) @ Amazon - £1.49 (Prime) £4.48 (Non Prime)

KS2 Maths SAT Buster: 10-Minute Tests (for the New Curriculum) @ Amazon - £1.49 (Prime) £4.48 (Non Prime)

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Maths SATS buster - 10 minute tests book. This book has just today been reduced from £4.95 to £1.49. For ages 7-11.

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This book of SAT Buster 10-Minute tests is a brilliant way to introduce KS2 Maths SATS preparation in bite-sized chunks. Each set of quick tests covers a mixture of maths topics, with questions in the style of the real SATS - all fully up-to-date for the tests in 2016 and beyond. Answers are included, along with a handy progress chart to help work out which level children are working at. CGP 10-Minute Tests books are also available for Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (9781782942382) and Reading (9781782942399).

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Ordered. Thanks

What year would this be suitable for? One of the comments said it was for year 6 but I thought SATs were in year 2?

Arriaga

What year would this be suitable for? One of the comments said it was for … What year would this be suitable for? One of the comments said it was for year 6 but I thought SATs were in year 2?


Key stage 1 sats are in year 2. These are for key stage 2 sats so year 6.

perfect, £1 back for no rush so 49p

What a ridiculous surcharge for a paperback book for nonprime!

Great thanks. Ordered for SATS practice for next year, might get the others if this is any good. Don't mind trying one at this price.

Great deal thanks. Just ordered for my sisters SATS later this year. Have also seen the other books available which I've ordered too.

Home education is starting to look pretty good when you see how focused schools are on results and teaching to the test rather than encouraging a rounded student. No wonder there has been a surge in child mental health problems when you see how stressed kids are about SATS and homework and all that goes with it. Just popped along to a home ed group and it was fantastic. All the kids were learning the names of trees by using an Usbourne book and some amazing worksheets. Maths is taught using real world examples (taught outside) Exams are available from certain locations. Home ed is definitely a better option. I was worried about socialising but there was over 30 kids that meet up regularly in the group I attended. If you have the time, if you're a stay at home mum, part time, then give it a go. Reach out to some Facebook groups and they'll advise on how to do it. Seriously considering it now especially as I found out that schools are not the only option. Most schools and heads don't even know this fact. I thought home ed was against some rules but it is completely okay as you the parent are legally responsible for the education of your child, whether they go to school or are hone educated.
Edited by: "david_kly" 18th Sep 2016

KS2
Key Stage 2 is the legal term for the four years of schooling in maintained schools in England and Wales normally known as Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6, when the pupils are aged between 7 and 11.

"No Rush" makes it 00.49p plus a £1.00 digital credit.

ps
I do think amazon should offer free delivery for all on the KS2 series maybe worth a phonecall 08004961081

Edited by: "deany76" 18th Sep 2016

deany76

KS2Key Stage 2 is the legal term for the four years of schooling in … KS2Key Stage 2 is the legal term for the four years of schooling in maintained schools in England and Wales normally known as Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6, when the pupils are aged between 7 and 11."No Rush" makes it 00.49p plus a £1.00 digital credit.psI do think amazon should offer free delivery for all on the KS2 series maybe worth a phonecall 08004961081


Hello, may I ask what is "no rush"?
Thanks

sydney2

Hello, may I ask what is "no rush"?Thanks



Hi
"No Rush" is an amazon Prime "benefit" if you dont need the item the next day.
If you choose "No Rush" on check out ( please see image below) the item will be dispatched later but your account will get credited with £1.00 that can be used towards mp3, videos and Kindle.
http://i65.tinypic.com/2dklhl4.png

Hope this helps
Cheers

Edited by: "deany76" 19th Sep 2016

deany76

Hi"No Rush" is an amazon Prime "benefit" if you dont need the item the … Hi"No Rush" is an amazon Prime "benefit" if you dont need the item the next day. If you choose "No Rush" on check out ( please see image below) the item will be dispatched later but your account will get credited with £1.00 that can be used towards mp3, videos and Kindle.Hope this helpsCheers


Thank you very much for reply. Does it mean I have to have Amazon app? Thanks in advance

sydney2

Thank you very much for reply. Does it mean I have to have Amazon app? … Thank you very much for reply. Does it mean I have to have Amazon app? Thanks in advance



Hi
The "No Rush" option when available can be clicked from any device - so app not needed but does work if you have a smartphone.
The only criteria for the "No Rush" option is normally:

• you have to be a Prime member.

• the item being purchased has Prime next to the price.

• Item is not a 'pre order' like say the Amazon Echo.
I notice the £1.49 has now expired on this deal.
Hope this helps

Edited by: "deany76" 19th Sep 2016
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