NAPLAN (The National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy) is an annual assessment for all students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. The assessments are undertaken nationwide, every year, in the second full week in May.
- NAPLAN tests students in four areas: Reading, writing, language conventions (spelling, grammar & punctuation) and numeracy
NAPLAN PREPARATION COURSE 2019
Maths Words not Squiggles will be holding an intense NAPLAN Preparation Course for all students in Years 3, 5, 7 & 9. At MWNS our three-day course over the Term 1 break is done only a few weeks before the exam. This offers our students the support they require and the opportunity to ask questions for them to be confident enough to do their best in the exam.
Our qualified teachers run through the skills required for each student. The idea is that our students get a view of the different types of questions being offered along with tips and techniques to answer each question. It’s important to us that each child feels comfortable going into an exam and would be able to answer what they can with confidence. NAPLAN is a good guide to see what areas students are doing well at, and what they need further support and attention in.
When: Monday 15th – Wednesday 17th April 2019
Where: Rosebery Learning Centre – Level 1, 33-35 Morley Avenue Rosebery 2018
Brookvale Learning Centre – Level 1, 698 Pittwater Road Brookvale NSW 2100
Time: 9:00AM – 12:30PM (3.5hrs/day)
Please pack recess each day
– Language Conventions & Writing
** Students are required to attend the NAPLAN Preparation Course on all three days.
No refunds or credit will be issued for missed lessons.
Please book your spots, as places are limited.
To find out more, you can talk to our friendly staff.
Rosebery T 9697 9999 | E email@example.com
Brookvale T 9939 0000 | E firstname.lastname@example.org
ENROL WITH MWNS
Maths Words not Squiggles understands the importance of these four main learning areas so we incorporate them into our daily lesson plans, regardless of whether the NAPLAN test is approaching or not.
Leading up to NAPLAN, we teach our students how to perform better in these exams by exposing them to the style of questions and the level of difficulty they will experience during the exam, ensuring the content is relevant to their specific exam.