SATs-Papers.co.uk was setup in 2011 to do just one simple thing : to give all school children, their parents and their teachers, easy access to SATs past papers. That's it.
For years there have been tens of other websites attempting to do exactly this however they are poorly designed, plagued with bad links and often infrequently updated. One of the worst offenders included the government's own Education Department website! Some other websites even sell the papers, something I'm sure the STA would be horrified about should they ever find out.
We wanted to start something from scratch. A website that was simple, easy to use and that teachers, parents and pupils could find helpful.
In January 2012, SATs-Papers.co.uk went live and offered over 500 past SATs papers to anyone who wanted them. Ever since then we have been adding more papers, audio tests, revision guides and other resources as we come across them and recently we passed the 900 resources mark.
It would be silly to find such a useful resource and not tell anyone else about it! Why not place a link on your website or blog. Simply use your WYSIWYG editor (or raw HTML code if you're smart enough!) and link directly to http://www.sats-papers.co.uk or whichever of our pages is most relevant. You may also want to download our Image Media Pack, a small collection of website images to help identify us.
Here is a list of all the SATs resources we like the most on the internet. Some of them are not free although if this is the case then you can guarantee they're worth it. If you feel we have missed any out then please contact us!
Award winning website for exam preparation materials like revision guides, workbooks and practice papers.
Originally "The Woodlands Junior School" website, it's now in the safe hands of its original author Mandy Barrow. This website is known world wide for housing a fantastic collection of primary school resources. Although there are plenty of dead links across the website (it's in desperate need of heavy maintenance) a large proportion of the content on there is very good indeed.
The BBC Bitesize resources website is a fantastic (if very loud) website that's got some very unique learning games.
A great little year 6 SATs revision website.
ICTeachers has some fantastic SATs revision resources. Many hundreds of questions.
Higher Bebington School has a great little collection of SATs resources including revision quizzes.
You can now access all our free SATs, Phonics and 11+ resources!