From 2016, children in Year 2 will sit a new style of SATs exam in English and maths to reflect the updated National Curriculum. These practice papers, written especially for TheSchoolRun and available exclusively to subscribers, are based on the old-style KS1 SATs, used up until 2015, but can still be used to give your child at-home exam practice.
If you're looking for a bigger challenge for your child, these papers are aimed at more able children (previously National Curriculum level 3; read our article on how the primary grading system is changing here). All the tasks - reading comprehension of information text and story text, spelling and writing assessment - have been designed by a primary school teacher to stretch year 2 children.
We also have level 2 KS1 English SATs papers for your child (set A and set C), as well as suggestions on how to help your child improve their writing.
Find out how SATs work and get loads more advice to help with revision in our Year 2 SATs area.
You can also follow our Y2 SATs revision plan, the KS1 SATs Learning Journey, to work through all the maths and English topics your child will be assessed on at the end of Year 2.