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Every relevant Sats key stage 2 past paper

Family studying sats test

KS2 SATs papers (also known as Year 6 national curriculum papers) are tests that schoolchildren take at the end of Year 6. SATs papers for key stage 2 are taken in Mathematics, English Reading, and SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar). The SATs KS2 format changed quite radically for 2016; past papers prior to this are no longer an accurate guide to the SATs tests for 2018. If you are going to spend time with your children practising Sats past papers, it makes sense to concentrate on SATs papers that follow the latest format and content. That’s why we only offer these later past papers as downloads.

There are FOUR sets of ‘past papers’ that are relevant. The set of SATs papers from May 2018, the set from May 2017, the set from May 2016 and the set of sample SATs papers released in 2015 to give schools a guide to the new national curriculum style and content. Scroll down for the download links.

Did you know you can complete nearly all of the recent SATs papers online, with automatic marking? So you don’t need to be a teacher to mark them – you don’t even need to add up the marks! Hints are available – or choose the tests without hints. Just visit our sister website SATs2019.uk and take a free 7-day trial.


Past papers from May 2018

2018 ENGLISH QUESTION PAPERS AND MARKING SCHEMES


2018 MATHEMATICS QUESTION PAPERS AND MARKING SCHEMES






Past papers from May 2017

2017 ENGLISH QUESTION PAPERS AND MARKING SCHEMES


2017 MATHEMATICS QUESTION PAPERS AND MARKING SCHEMES






Past papers from May 2016

2016 ENGLISH QUESTION PAPERS AND ANSWER BOOKLETS


2016 ENGLISH ADMIN AND MARKING SCHEMES


2016 MATHEMATICS QUESTION PAPERS


2016 MATHEMATICS ADMIN AND MARKING SCHEMES






Sample papers in 2016 format

2016 SAMPLE ENGLISH QUESTION PAPERS AND ANSWER BOOKLETS


2016 ENGLISH ADMIN AND MARKING


2016 SAMPLE MATHEMATICS QUESTION PAPERS AND ANSWER BOOKLETS


2016 SAMPLE MATHEMATICS ADMIN AND MARKING




Did you know you can complete nearly all of the recent SATs papers online, with automatic marking? So you don’t need to be a teacher to mark them – you don’t even need to add up the marks! Hints are available – or choose the tests without hints. Just visit our sister website SATs2019.uk and take a free 7-day trial.

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