Until 2015, some schools used optional SATs to assess children's progress in English and maths at the end of Years 3, 4 and 5 (although official, externally-assessed SATs only take place at the end of each Key Stage in Year 2 and Year 6). Only a very limited number of official optional SATs papers are available to parents for at-home use (you can download them for free from TheSchoolRun), so we commissioned our own 'mock' papers.
From 2016, new SATs exams are being introduced to reflect the revised National Curriculum. These mock papers mirror the 'old-style' optional SATs, but can still be used to offer your child extra practice opportunities and familiarise them with the kind of questions they'll find in the official papers.
Year 5 English optional SATs, set B includes:
- Y5 English Reading paper, Story text (Greek Myths, Where in the world is Greece?)
- Reading Answer booklet
- Year 5 English Writing Assessment (Feature article: Meeting Medusa, A mythical creature owner’s manual)
- Answers and mark scheme
All the papers and marking materials have been merged into one easy download.
SATs in KS1 and KS2: Year 2 and Year 6 assessments
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 the latest changes to the KS2 SATs and find out more about the exam timetable read our information about KS2 SATs.