Prior to 2016, in some schools optional SATs were used by teachers to assess children's progress at the end of the school year. Only a very limited number of official optional SATs papers were available to parents for Y3, Y4 and Y5 English and maths (you can download them for free from TheSchoolRun), so we commissioned our own 'mock' papers.
New SATs exams are being introduced in 2016 to reflect the revised National Curriculum. These practice papers are based on the old-style optional SATs but can still be used to offer your child extra practice opportunities and have been written to reflect the kind of questions they'll find in the official papers.
Year 4 maths optional SATs, set A includes:
- Y4 maths SATs practice paper A
- Mental maths pupil answer sheet
- Mental maths test transcript for the parent to read
- Mark scheme
All the papers and marking materials have been merged into one easy download.
Children should be given 45 minutes to complete the written practice paper A.
Official SATs in KS1 and KS2
You'll find answers to all your questions about SATs in Year 2 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.