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Optional SATs papers: Y3 maths 2003

Optional SATs papers: Year 3 maths 2003
Download this Y3 maths optional SATs paper from 2003, used in school to assess pupils' progress at the end of the school year, to offer your child some at-home practice.
Keystage:  KS2, Year 3

Optional SATs papers were used by teachers in some schools prior to assess children's progress at the end of the school year.

Since 2016, a new SATs system has reflected the updated National Curriculum. This download comprises the 'old-style' optional SATs but is still useful for exam practice. It includes all the papers and marking schemes for the Y3 maths optional SATs for 2003.For more information about optional SATs read our parents' guide.

This pack includes:

  • Y4 maths SATs 2003 paper 3a (levels 2-3)
  • Y4 maths SATs 2003 paper 3b (levels 3-4)
  • Mental maths pupil answer sheet
  • Mental maths test transcript
  • Mark scheme, paper 3a
  • Mark scheme, paper 3b

All the papers and marking materials have been merged into one easy download.

Paper 3a or Paper 3b?

A choice of two test papers is available, depending on your child's ability (some of the questions are the same for both papers). If your Y3 child is working at an average level for the end of Y3 they should complete Paper 3a. If your child is confident about maths and would benefit from an extra challenge they should take Paper 3b. For more about national curriculum levels and understanding SATs results read our parent's guide.

Official SATs in KS1 and KS2

You'll find answers to all your questions about SATs in Y2 in Your KS1 SATs questions answered. To download Year 6 official SATs papers, and read about how the Y6 tests are changing and find out more about the KS2 Grammar, punctuation and spelling test read our information about KS2 SATs.

Download Y3 English optional SATs papers

The 2003 optional Y3 English SATs paper is also available to download.

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