SATs Centre for Maths

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Key Stage 1 (Ages 5-7)

Welcome to Maths SATs Centre Section. We have lots to help with the end of Key Stage Tests and Assessments.

What are Key Stage 1 Maths SATs?

In Year 2 at the end of Key Stage 1 (KS1) SATs have been replaced by teacher assessment. The tasks and tests are taken when the school chooses. The new curriculum sets out what should be taught by the end of each key stage. Your child's schools will have the freedom to develop a curriculum which is relevant to their pupils and enables them to meet these end of key stage expectations. Schools will be able to introduce their own approaches to formative assessment, to support pupil attainment and progression. Your child’s teacher will use the child’s work (including spoken work and homework) to work out whether they have achieved the end of key stage expectations. You can ask for the results but they’re only used to help the teacher. Each child is teacher assessed in Maths (including number, shape, space and measurement), Reading, writing (including spelling and handwriting) and Science.

Key Stage 1 Past SATs Papers

Even though the formal tests haven’t been taken for a long time, the old papers are useful to look at as a reference point for the type of questions at the end of Key Stage 1.

Key Stage 1 Revision Buster

Lots of helpful worksheets, games and videos to help learn, understand, practise and test the 2014 curriculum aims.

number & Calculation

Measures & Geometry

Key Stage 2 (Ages 7-11)

Key Stage 2 Sats Tests and Assessments

In Year 6 at the end of Key Stage 2 (KS2) your child will take a series of tests. Schools are required to administer the following levels 3-5 tests:
English-reading, English-Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling (Spag) and Mathematics.
Schools may also choose to administer level 6 versions of these tests. These tests are taken on a specific week, usually mid May.
The mathematics part of the test consists of two non-calculator papers, Paper 1 and Paper 2, each lasting 45 minutes and mental mathematics test, lasting 20 minutes Children’s marks from all three tests are aggregated to calculate their overall mathematics level. Your childs school may choose to administer level 6 versions of these tests which are taken after the levels 3-5 tests.
Click here for more information on the Dept of Education's Website >>

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