In order to cover all the learning objectives that your child is required to have mastered by the time they sit their Key Stage 2 SATs test (in the Summer term of Year 6), we've put together a revision course that covers all the core topics that your child could be tested on. Either work through the worksheets in order or pick those worksheets that cover topics where you know your child needs some extra help. There's also a Key Stage 2 SATs Learning Journey Checklist.
SATs tests can be a daunting prospect for teachers, parents and children. Give your child a head start with SATs preparation and boost their confidence about the exams with our guide, packed with tips, tricks and practical suggestions. In your guide you'll find:
- A complete guide to what parents need to know about the tests: what they involve, how teacher assessments are used and what the results you'll receive mean
- How to plan a SATs revision schedule
- Revision tips and tricks
- SATs study skills: practical techniques to teach your child to help them remember key facts and information
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.
Adverbs, clauses, correct punctuation and sentence analysis are all part of the new KS2 SATs Grammar, punctuation and spelling test that all Year 6 children now sit. Help your child revise in preparation for the May assessments with our practice papers, written in the style of the 'SPAG' test.
Free KS2 SATs English, maths and science papers from 2003 to 2012 are available to download now. Use these to help your child get used to how the tests are administered, and to mark their results so you can see how they progress.