Level 6 SATs
Level 6 SATs were used in English primary schools until the end of May 2015 to offer very able children an extra challenge in their end-of-Y6 exams.
The new KS2 SATs tests which will be set in schools from May 2016 will not have a Level 6 variant, though L6 past papers can still be used to offer children extra practice in the run up to the exams.
Find out more about the Level 6 papers and download KS2 Level 6 SATs past papers for English and maths on this page.
You can also browse all our resources for gifted and talented children to really encourage your child to reach their full academic potential.
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The new KS2 SATs, introduced in May 2016 to reflect the new curriculum, are extremely challenging compared to previous years, with only 5% of pupils achieving a 'higher scaled score' of 110. If you feel your child could acieve the highest marks in SATs, and they are already confident with general SATs preparation work, then why not explore our Year 6 SATs Challenge resources: