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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.
Optional SATs were used in some schools prior to 2016 in Y3, Y4 and Y5 to track pupils' progress in English and maths. This official Y5 English SATs paper from 2003, free to download, can be used as an at-home revision and study aid.
The Year 5 maths optional SATs paper for 2003, available to parents for free download. Children may take tests in English and maths in Y3, Y4 and Y5 as part of the end-of-year teacher assessment process.
At the end of Y4 your child may take tests to help the teacher assess their progress and achievement. This Y4 English SATs paper from 2003 is free to download and may help your child practise and revise at home.
Children are often tested to assess their progress at the end of the school year in Years 3-5. This download is the Year 4 maths optional SATs paper for 2003, free for parents to download and use at home.
Practise the grammar, punctuation and spelling skills required for the KS2 SATs test with your child with our 'mock' papers. Written in the style of the KS2 Grammar, punctuation and spelling test, the practice papers offer at-home revision opportunities for children taking the Y6 tests in May.
Help your child revise for the new 'SPAG' test, which tests grammar, punctuation and spelling as part of KS2 SATs. Our 'mock' papers will help familiarise them with the question format and boost their confidence with some at-home practice.
Written in the style of the new KS2 SATs Grammar, punctuation and spelling test, our 'SPAG' practice papers will offer your child the chance to get to grips with the question format and practise in preparation for the Y6 tests in May.
Adverbs, clauses, correct punctuation and sentence analysis are all part of the new KS2 SATs Grammar, punctuation and spelling test. Help your child revise in preparation for the May assessments with our practice papers, written in the style of the 'SPAG' test.
A new statutory test of English grammar, punctuation and spelling was introduced for children at the end of Key Stage 2 from 2013. Help your Y6 child prepare for the 'SPAG' test with our practice papers, written in the style of the new test by a KS2 teacher.
The complete set of 2012 maths KS2 SATs papers, free to download, for the Level 6 test taken by very able children at the end of Year 6 between 2012 and 2015.
The complete set of 2012 English KS2 SATs papers, free to download, for the Level 6 test taken by very able children at the end of Year 6 from 2012 until 2014.
A complete set of KS2 English SATs papers from 2007 to help your child to prepare for their Y6 tests by completing past answers at home.
Download and print this complete set of 2012 English KS2 SATs papers to help your child to prepare for their Y6 tests with some at-home practice.
Download and print this complete set of official maths SATs papers from 2012 and the answers and marking scheme to help your child in prepare for the Y6 tests with some at-home practice.
If your child is in the last years of primary school you might be thinking about selection tests like the Eleven Plus and how to prepare for them. To help you decide on your approach we've put together an introduction to verbal and non-verbal reasoning, with expert tips, advice and practice questions and answers for you and your child.
A beginner's guide to the Year 2 tests, the KS1 SATs success pack explains everything you need to know about how your child will be tested, teacher assessment, SATs scores, how the results are used and why you don't need to worry! You'll also find 26 activities to help support your child's learning at home with games and fun, so get your SATs preparation started today.
Help your Year 2 child prepare for the KS1 SATs with some extra reading comprehension, spelling and writing tasks. This KS1 SATs-style paper (based on the pre-2016 SATs format) is designed to challenge able learners aged 6 and 7.
Even Year 2 children will be completing reading comprehension, spelling, punctuation and grammar tasks in the classroom. This KS1 SATs-style paper (based on the pre-2016 SATs format) offers them some extra at-home practice and is aimed at more able learners).
By completing practice papers your child will become familiar with the SATs format and feel more confident about the Year 2 assessment process. This download (based on the pre-2016 SATs format) includes tasks similar to those required by the KS1 SATs, from reading comprehension to spelling tests.