If you're helping your child prepare for the KS1 SATs our parents' action plan offers all the advice and practical tips you need. As well as plain-English information about the tests and how they work, KS1 primary school teacher offers loads of easy ways to support your child's English and maths learning at home, including being a character detective, creating a family cookbook, super-sizing letters (great to help solve handwriting problems), the sweet way to practise number bonds, teddy bear fractions and supermarket sweep. Each exercise is easy to fit into your everyday life, as well as being great fun, so start your revision today!
KS1 SATs past papers
A great way to reinforce your child's understanding and boost their confidence is by working through some year 2 SATs past papers together.
The only official past papers available to parents, for 2003 (English and maths) and 2004 (English and maths) are free to download from TheSchoolRun. If you'd like to offer your child more practice opportunities we also have SATs-style papers, written by a primary school teacher, to help familiarise them with the format of the tests.
We offer tests pitched at two different levels.
Level 2 (typical of an average seven-year-old at the end of year 2):
Level 3 (for more able learners; the average child reaches National Curriculum level 3 at age 9):