Key Stage 1 SATs

KS1 SATs practice

The KS1 SATs, which take place at the end of Year 2, help teachers check and confirm what children have learnt in English and maths in Y1 and Y2.

Our worksheets cover all the core topics that your child will be tested on, such as number problems, place value, number bonds, polygons and pictograms in maths and writing composition, high frequency words, distinguishing between homophones and legible handwriting in English.

You can also download KS1 SATs past papers and KS1 SATs ‘mock’ papers and access our KS1 SATs Learning Journey, with 48 worksheets and activities to help your child revise all the Y2 objectives for English and maths the fun way.

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Your KS1 SATs questions answered
The first time you hear the word SATs mentioned will likely be when your child enters year 2, which is the end of Key Stage 1. We answer the questions whirling around in parents’ heads about what KS1 SATs are, when they’ll be administered and how you can help your child succeed.
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KS1 maths SATs: what is tested in the Y2 assessments
Word problems, place value, number bonds, polygons and pictograms – they’re all taught in KS1 maths and can be tested as part of the Y2 SATs. We review the learning objectives in parent-friendly language and give you examples and tips to help you support your child’s mathematical education at home.
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KS1 English SATs: what is tested in the Y2 assessments
Writing composition, high frequency words, distinguishing between homophones, legible handwriting and more – KS1 English SATs learning objectives explained for parents, plus how to support your child’s literacy learning at home.

Worksheets

Key Stage 1 - 2003 English SATs Papers
Key Stage 1 - 2003 English SATs Papers
Download and print this complete set of English SATs papers from 2003 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
Key Stage 1 - 2004 Maths SATs Papers
Key Stage 1 - 2004 Maths SATs Papers
Download and print this complete set of Maths SATs papers from 2004 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
KS1 Maths practice paper set C TheSchoolRun
Key Stage 1 SATs Maths practice papers C
Only two KS1 SATs past papers are available to parents to help children practise at home. That's why we've commissioned exclusive TheSchoolRun SATs practice papers, written by a primary school teacher, so your child can get used to the format of the test and the kind of questions they will need to answer.
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KS1 SATs pack
Your Guide to KS1 SATs Success

A beginner's guide to year 2 tests, the KS1SATs success pack explains everything you need to know about how your child will be tested, teacher assessment, SATs levels, how the results are used and why you don't need to worry! You'll also find 26 activities to help support your child's learning at home with games and fun, so get your SATs preparation started today.

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KS1 SATs revision course

In order to cover all the learning objectives that your child is required to have mastered by the time they sit their Key Stage 1 SATs test (in the summer term of Year 2) we've put together a revision course of worksheets that cover all the core topics covered in the tests. Either work through the worksheets in order or pick those worksheets that cover topics where you know your child needs some extra help. There is also a KS1 SATS Learning Journey checklist.

SATs eBook

SATs: Practice Makes Perfect

Our hugely popular SATs eBook is back in its fourth edition. SATs: Practice Makes Perfect has been written especially for all parents whose children are due to sit their SATs. In plain, straightforward language it tells you everything you need to know to help your child prepare for their exams, covering both Key Stage 1 and 2.

The first part, written for parents, contains a complete guide to SATs, answering every question you may have about these important exams. The second part includes study skills worksheets, SATs worksheets, practice questions and marking guidelines.

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KS1 SATs past papers

Only the papers for 2003 (maths and English) and 2004 (maths and English) are available for parents to see and use. Papers produced since 2005 are still used in schools every year to set the tests for students in Year 2, so you won’t be able to access a more recent official KS1 SATs paper anywhere.

TheSchoolRun subscribers have access to lots of KS1 practice exams written to replicate the tests; marking schemes are included so you can see exactly how a teacher would assess your child’s work

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