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SATs practice papers for 2016 and on

Our  key stage 2 SATs papers are based on the DfE’s sample paper layout so we’ve every reason to believe they are extremely close to the ‘real thing’. Perfect for some last-minute practice. Unfortunately you can’t rely upon key stage 2 SATs papers from previous years because SATs have changed for 2016! This year, SATs papers follow a new format and the topics that will be examined have changed quite a bit.

New practice papers for the new test formats

In July 2015, the Standards and Testing Agency published a set of sample papers for both Maths and English in the new format and covering the new content. But we don’t think one set of sample papers is enough to give pupils the test practice they will need to achieve their potential. As we know, practice makes perfect. That’s why we have produced these additional practice papers.

The design of each question book is  similar to the paper your child will actually sit*, so when they come to the real thing, every detail will be familiar, right down to filling in their name and school on the front page. Answer books are included and where appropriate, the method is shown alongside the answer.

They are delivered to you by email; simply download them, then print them out and staple them together.

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Buy both packs for better value

Perhaps your son or daughter needs practice with Key Stage 2 English but their maths is absolutely fine. Then the English pack is all you need*. On the other hand, their Key Stage 2 Mathematics may need work whereas their English is excellent.  In this case, just get the Mathematics pack. But if you believe your child would benefit from practising with SATs Key stage 2 papers in both Maths and English, buy both packs. You’ll save money when you buy them together.

*Note: English Paper 3: Reading is not included. (See FAQ)

Special prices for educators

If you need to print copies for an entire class, you’ll need our Teachers’ Packs.

Find out more about the changes


*Using the best available information available at time of publication.