Key Stage 2 - 2015 English SATs Papers

Key Stage 2 - 2015 English SATs papers
Help your child prepare for the English KS2 SATs, taken at the end of Year 6, with some revision and at-home practice. These complete Y6 SATs past papers from 2015 are the official past papers from the Department for Education, used in schools.

Key stage: Year 6, KS2

These 2015 KS2 English SATs papers will help your child with their SATs revision and preparation and help them to approach their SATs with confidence.

These are "old-style" SATs papers and don't reflect the new curriculum. Children will sit a new KS2 SATs test from May 2016. However, you can use these past papers to help your child get used to how the tests are administered.

This pack includes:

  • Grammar, punctuation and spelling test short answer questions
  • Grammar, punctuation and spelling test spelling task
  • Spelling transcript
  • Reading Answer Booklet

For copyright reasons the Reading Booklet for the KS2 English 2015 SATs exam should be downloaded directly from the DfE website. All the other 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.

You can also read up-to-date advice about how KS2 SATs will be administered in 2016, find out more about the grammar, punctuation and spelling part of the test and look through all our KS2 SATs-preparation advice to help you support your child at home.

For information about SATs for Y2 children look through our KS1 SATs information.

Free KS2 SATs past papers to download

To download more KS2 SATs official past papers, browse through our free Year 6 SATs maths and English past papers.

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