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Key Stage 2 - 2012 LEVEL 6 English SATs Papers

Key Stage 2 - 2012 LEVEL 6 English SATs Papers
The complete set of 2012 English KS2 SATs papers, free to download, for the Level 6 test taken by very able children at the end of Year 6 from 2012 until 2014.
Keystage:  KS2, Year 6

Level 6 SATs were advanced level SATs taken by Year 6 children who were excelling in English and/or maths between 2012 and 2014. Under the new SATs system, introduced in 2016, there are no longer additional papers for high achievers. Instead, all children take the same tests, but they will include questions designed to let the most able children show their knowledge and skills. However, the old Level 6 papers can still be used to help your child prepare for SATs. 

This pack includes:

  • English Reading Booklet
  • Reading Answer Booklet
  • Longer Task Writing Booklet
  • Writing booklet: Shorter and Longer Tasks

The test papers have been merged into one easy download for you.

You can also download the answers and marking scheme so you can look through your child's work and compare it with what teachers and examiners are looking for.

To understand how to use the KS2 English past papers at home most effectively, read our step-by-step guide to administering and marking KS2 English SATs practice tests at home.

KS2 SATs Level 6: maths

Download the KS2 SATs Level 6 maths past paper from 2012.

KS2 SATs: levels 3-5

Find relevant information, including advice about how KS2 SATs are changing in 2016 and the KS2 Spelling, punctuation and grammar test, and look through all our KS2 SATs-preparation advice to help you support your child at home in the run-up to the tests.

For information about SATs for Y2 children read our beginner's guide, Your KS1 SATs questions answered.

Free KS2 SATs past papers to download

To download more KS2 SATs official past papers, browse through our free KS2 SATs maths past papers and free KS2 SATs English past papers.

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