2014 SATs

In 2014, SATs tests were given to children in Year 2 (KS1 SATs) and Year 6 (KS2 SATs).

2014 KS2 SATs

The took place in the week commencing 12th May 2014. The tests took place over four days.

Children in Year 6 (those aged 10-11 or those born between September 2002 and August 2003 inclusive) took these tests in their normal school classrooms (in the UK). SATs papers were taken in Maths, Reading and SPaG under formal exam conditions. These papers were marked externally whilst separate teacher assessments in Writing and Science were marked by their teachers.

The 2014 Year 6 SATs featured minor tweaks to the Reading paper. These included three unrelated texts with entirely isolated questions. In previous Key Stage 2 SATs tests, the texts would be in some way related and the questions would ask children to compare them.

See our full KS2 SATs Papers page for more materials to help your children.

2014 KS2 SATs
2014 KS2 SATs Papers

2014 KS2 SATs Dates

Date Exam
Monday 12 May 2014 English Reading (Levels 3-5)
English Reading (Level 6)
Tuesday 13 May 2014 Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar - Paper 1 & Paper 2 (Levels 3-5)
Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar - Paper 1 & Paper 2 (Level 6)
Wednesday 14 May 2014 Maths Paper 1 (Levels 3-5)
Mental Maths (Levels 3-5)
Thursday 15 May 2014 Maths Paper 2 (Levels 3-5)
Maths Paper 1 (Level 6)
Maths Paper 2 (Level 6)

2014 SATs Results

To view the levels thredhold table for the 2014 SATs, download the PDF marked 'Scaled Scores / Levels'.

Each school's results were made available to their headteachers in July 2014 via the NCA tools website. Every school's performance was then made public in December 2014 to create the 2014 school league tables.

If you are interested in seeing how your child's school performed in the 2014 SATs then look at the Department for Education (DfE) website that maintains up to date and historical school league tables.

2014 KS2 SATs - English Reading (Levels 3-5)

The 2014 KS2 English Reading paper (Levels 3-5) was 60 minutes long and contained three separate texts. These were 'The Humble Potato', 'The Octopus' and 'White Fang'. The paper was out of 50 marks.

2014 KS2 SATs - English Reading (Level 6)

Children that were performing especially strongly may have sat a separate Level 6 Reading SATs Paper. This is listed below but to find out more, head over to the Level 6 SATs page.

YearReading Stimulus Reading Answer Booklet Marking Scheme (Answers) Scaled Scores / Levels
2014

2014 KS2 SATs - Maths (Levels 3-5)

The 2014 Maths tests included Paper 1, Paper 2 and the audible Mental Maths test. All three test papers were non-calculator tests and their marks were added together for a total Maths mark.

2014 KS2 SATs - Mental Maths

YearMental Maths MP3 Mental Maths Answer Sheet Mental Maths Transcript
2014

2014 KS2 SATs - Maths (Level 6)

Children that were performing especially strongly may have sat separate Level 6 Maths SATs Papers. These are listed below but to find out more, head over to the Level 6 SATs page.

2014 KS2 SATs - SPaG (Levels 3-5)

The 2014 SPaG tests included Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 was a sequence of short-answer questions and Paper 2 was a spelling test spoken aloud by their teacher. Marks for both papers were added together to form the total SPaG mark.

YearPaper 1 (Questions) Paper 2 (Spelling) Spelling Transcript Marking Scheme (Answers) Scaled Scores / Levels
2014

2014 KS2 SATs - SPaG (Level 6)

Children that were performing especially strongly may have sat a separate Level 6 SPaG SATs Paper. This is listed below but to find out more, head over to the Level 6 SATs page.

YearPaper 1 (Questions) Paper 2 (Spelling) Spelling Transcript Extended Task Marking Scheme (Answers)
2014

2014 KS1 SATs

The 2014 KS1 SATs took place at a time convenient to every school throughout May 2014. The tests would have likely taken place over 3-4 days. Children in Year 2 (aged 6-7 or those born between September 2006 and August 2007) took these tests in their normal school classrooms. KS1 SATs papers were taken in Maths and Reading under fairly informal conditions. These papers were set and marked by (but not necessarily authored by) their teachers.

See our full KS1 SATs Papers page for more materials to help your children.

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