Here are all KS1 SATs Papers (2001-2016) for you to instantly download. KS1 SATs tests are taken by pupils at the end of Year 2 (6-7 years old). Formal KS1 SATs resumed in 2016 after being stopped in 2004. KS1 SATs tests are taken by children at the end of Year 2 (when they are 6-7 years old) as part of the National Curriculum assessment programme. KS1 SATs tests are in English Reading, Maths and Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar.
Children in Year 2 in May 2017 will take the "new style" KS1 SATs tests that were first introduced in May 2016. These 2017 KS1 SATs assessments will be in:
As with previous years, these 2017 KS1 SATs tests are planned to be taken in a relaxed and familiar classroom environment and won't be externally marked.
The 2017 KS1 SATs tests are planned to take place across May. Please note that there are no specific dates so contact your child's school to see when they plan to administer them.
The 2017 KS1 English Reading test includes two separate papers which need to be administered in order. Each paper is worth 50% of the total marks. Read More >>
|Year||Spelling Test||Posters 1||Posters 2||Reading Paper 2 (Questions)||Reading Booklet 1||Reading Booklet 2||Reading Booklet 3||Question Booklet||Marking Scheme||Level Thresholds|
The 2017 KS1 English Reading SATs test consists of two papers that need to be taken in the correct order. Paper 1 includes both the reading texts and the reading questions in a single booklet and lasts for roughly 30 minutes. Paper 2 meanwhile has a separate Reading Booklet and Reading Answer Booklet and should last roughly 40 minutes.
Each paper is worth 50% of the total marks. The tests have been designed with the possibility to include a range of fiction, non-fiction and poetry texts, and to be more challenging as children progress through them. It states within the instructions that teachers will have the option to stop a child's test at any point if they feel it is appropriate. It has been decided that timing will not to be strictly enforced as the objective of the tests is not to challenge pupil's timings but their knowledge, ability and understanding.
As with the new-style KS2 SATs papers, there will be a variety of question types including:
The 2017 KS1 Maths test includes two separate papers - "Arithmetic" and "Reasoning". Read More >>
|Year||Paper 1||Paper 2||Test A||Test B||Marking Scheme||Level Thresholds|
The 2017 KS1 Maths SATs assessment consists of two separate papers.
Paper 1 is called the "Arithmetic" paper, it's worth 25 marks and it's timed at roughly 20 minutes. Within it are a series of simple mental arithmetic questions. Paper 2 is called the "Reasoning" paper, it's worth 35 marks and it's timed at roughly 35 minutes. Here children are tested on their interpretation and application of Maths to more problem based questions using a variety of question types including multiple choice and matching. Children are not allowed to use calculators in either of the tests.
Topics tested include:
The 2017 KS1 SPaG test includes two papers: a spelling test followed by a separate grammar and puncuation test. Read More >>
|Year||Paper 1 (Questions)||Paper 2 (Spelling)||Paper 2 (Teacher's Version)||Marking Scheme||Level Thresholds|
The 2017 KS1 SPaG SATs assessment is modelled on past and future KS2 SATs SPaG papers with two distinct parts: A spelling test followed by a separate grammar and punctuation test.
Part 1, the spelling test, is worth 10 marks and is a 15 minute assessment that's read aloud by their teacher. Whilst carefully listening to their teacher, pupils fill in blanks on an answer sheet by correctly spelling the missing 20 words. Part 2, the grammar and punctuation test is worth 20 marks and lasts roughly 20 minutes. This KS1 SPaG SATs test contains a number of questions to probe a Year 2 child's skills including:
In May 2016, children in Year 2 and Year 6 were the first to take the new style SATs papers. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing has changed from 2016, however the SATs tests are wholly different to years prior to 2016. The 2016 and 2017 SATs tests are in English Reading, Spelling, Punctuation and […]
1. Avoid the taboo. Avoid any temptation to pretend they don’t exist and instead talk to your child about their SATs tests. Understand what they’re going to be doing and understand any concerns they have. Listen, be sympathetic and reassure them that they should not worry. Their teachers will also be doing this but it […]
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