It depends. If you feel that your DD is doing well in the NVR and VR, then do English and Math but I would keep Maths learning down to once a week for the time being. English is always good to do particularly comprehension, but still the bulk of your time (say 70%) should be spent on improving NVR/VR score. There is no point in focusing on English and Maths for TGS if you are not going to make the top 450 for VR & NVR – unless you are sitting for other tests that require these subjects.
In the two weeks prior to the test I would focus on timing and accuracy for NVR and VR, the only Maths here should be mental Maths, if required, as it is useful for speed in the VR Number type questions.
In summary, if DD is Level 5 or borderline in English & Maths then focus on the NVR and VR, leave the writing and maths till after the 27th. As it can be too much for children since they will be at school during this period. Make it fun, loads of praise especially if they bettered their previous scores,offer bribes
and a few NVR/VR free evenings during the school week . Try and do some activities in those free evenings, even if it is just for an hour - it honestly does recharge their batteries.
If you do find yourself or your DD suffering NVR/VR withdrawal symptoms on the free evenings then practice some of the 10 minutes IPS VR test and Bond NVR 10 min tests - just keep it short.