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SATs Revision


It's not long to go until SATs week - Monday 11th May - Thursday 14th May 2020


What are SATs?
SATs tests take place in England in Year 2 and in Year 6. The Year 6 SATs tests take place during the Month of May, with the tests spread out across the week.
It is likely that children will go through past SATs practice papers with their teacher in class, whilst preparing for the SATs test.

There have been many changes to the SATs tests over the years, the most recent SATs changes being in 2016, with the test updated to a new format. As of May 2016, the following Year 6 SATs tests will take place:

- Spelling test
- Reading test
- Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar test (SPAG)

- Paper 1 - Arithmetic
- Paper 2 - Mathematical Reasoning
- Paper 3 - Mathematical Reasoning

Year 6 Science SATs tests have been replaced with teacher assessments, and a random selection of schools are chosen each year to take a sampling Science test so that standards of science learning can be monitored.




Monday 11 May 2020

English grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 1: questions

English grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 2: spelling

Tuesday 12 May 2020

Reading Paper

Wednesday 13 May 2020

Mathematics Paper 1: arithmetic

Mathematics Paper 2: reasoning

Thursday 14 May 2020

Mathematics Paper 3: reasoning

Please use the following useful links to help your child revise for the upcoming assessment tests:

Ultimate KS2 Maths SATs Organiser - Click here to find videos and worksheets

Here are some activities, resources and websites to use at home - some of which are also being used in our SPAG lessons.


DfE have produced a leaflet about the KS2 SPAG test for parents which is attached below.


Website links:

SPAG Help and Tips