When students are in Key Stage 2, most have no experience of previous examinations so we need to teach them exactly how to revise.
Revision is when you look at work you have already learnt again. We do this because the first time you learn something new you may not remember everything your teacher taught you.
So you read through your notes again to try and understand it better than you did the first time.
Read through your notes for a second time because you may not remember everything your teacher initially taught you.
When revising for Key Stage 2 Maths and English you need to have a minimum of the following equipment:
Different people will tell you different things and the times should increase as you get closer to the exam. It is important to understand that revision time is separate from homework time.
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