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Key Stage 2 - 2017 English SATs Papers

Key Stage 2 - 2017 English SATs Papers

Help your child prepare for the Year 6 English SATs, taken at the end of Key Stage 2, with some revision and at-home practice. These complete 2017 Y6 SATs past papers are the official past papers from the Department for Education, used in schools.
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Y6 grammar quiz

Y6 grammar quiz

Can you complete this tricky quiz to show how much you’ve learned?
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Write poetry or prose about a railway journey

Write poetry or prose about a railway journey

Can you write a short description of a train journey, as a poem or a piece of prose? Remember to infer your thoughts rather than spelling them out and to include interesting adjectives, adverbs (or adverbial phrases), nouns, similes and metaphors.
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What are prepositional phrases worksheet

What are prepositional phrases?

Prepositions show the position and relationship between things. Prepositional phrases are phrases which begin with a preposition as their head word. Can you identify whether the prepositions before, after and until are functioning as prepositions or subordinating conjunctions in the following sentences?
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What are noun phrases worksheet

What are noun phrases?

Noun phrases are phrases built around nouns. Make noun phrases out of the following nouns, the longer and more interesting the better!
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Super slogans worksheet

Super slogans!

It’s not just poetry that uses figurative, poetic language. Advertising slogans use a range of language techniques to persuade us to buy a product or favour a particular brand. See if you can identify the techniques used in these fake slogans.
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Spotting adverbial phrases worksheet

Spotting adverbial phrases

Adverbial phrases are a group of words that do the same job as an adverb, telling us how, where or when something is happening. Read the following famous passage Dombey and Son by Charles Dickens and underline any adverbial phrases you find.
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Simple, compound and complex sentences revision worksheet

Simple, compound and complex sentences revision

Can you fill in the blanks from these options? Then choose a suitable conjunction to connect the following complex and compound sentences.
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Revising poetic language crossword

Revising poetic language crossword

Reading poetry isn’t just about ‘feature spotting’; working out a poem’s overall meaning and message and responding to it is the most important thing. Learning the definitions and spellings of the poetic terms in this crossword will help you express your thoughts about language in poetry, fiction and non-fiction texts, though.
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Reading comprehension: The Great Fire of London

Reading comprehension: The Great Fire of London

Read this extract from A Child’s History of England by Charles Dickens then answer the questions below.
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Pronouns revision worksheet

Pronouns revision

Pronouns all stand in the place of nouns, but there are lots of different kinds! Can you match the pronouns with their title in the table?
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Powerful adjectives worksheet

Powerful adjectives

Adjectives are words use to modify or describe nouns. Using adjectives in your writing makes it more interesting, but only if you use interesting adjectives! Here is a list of nouns. For each of them, come up with AT LEAST TEN ADJECTIVES. The first few will probably be quite easy – and boring! These might be colours, for example. The trick is to really think about each subject and focus on different aspects of it. What does the subject look like, smell like, sound like, feel like?
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Poetry composition worksheet

Poetry composition

If the word ‘poetry’ makes you panic, don’t! It’s easier than you think to write a short descriptive poem that creates a striking image in the reader’s mind. Why not have a go?
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Poetry analysis worksheet

Poetry analysis

After reading this Robert Louis Stevenson poem, answer the questions.
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Modal verbs and the subjunctive worksheet

Modal verbs and the subjunctive

Modal verbs are related to this idea and can indicate the level of certainty, possibility, permission or obligation. Insert the correct modal verb into these sentences.
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KS2 grammar wordsearch

KS2 grammar wordsearch: P to V

Can you find the grammar terms hidden in this tricky KS2 grammar wordsearch?
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KS2 grammar wordsearch

KS2 grammar wordsearch: A to O

Can you find the grammar terms hidden in this tricky KS2 grammar wordsearch?
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Inference skills worksheet

Inference skills

Skilled writers often use a technique we might call ‘show not tell’. They use the actions of characters, or the situation they find themselves in, to tell us more about them, rather than spelling their meaning out and explaining it to us directly. Can you use your inference skills on this passage?
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Improving writing: verbs and adverbs worksheet

Improving writing: verbs and adverbs

Teachers and examiners get bored of reading the same old sentences all the time. It’s easy to make your writing more interesting and it will get you more marks too! Try and make the sentence 'The boy walked through the field' more interesting by using powerful verbs and adverbs.
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Identifying adverbs worksheet

Identifying adverbs

As well as adverbs of manner there are adverbs of time (yesterday), frequency (often) and place (there). Can you identify the adverb in the following sentences? Underline it, then state which kind of adverb it is.
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