What are SATS?
SATS (Standard Assessment Tests) are given at the end of year 2,6 and 9. They are used to measure your child's progress compared with other children born in the same month.
Key Stage 1
SATs take place in year 2 in January and May. Each child is teacher assessed in reading, writing (including spelling and handwriting), maths (including number, shape, space and measurement) and science. Your child's class teacher will set short pieces of work in English and maths to judge what level of ability your child is considered to be.
Key Stage 2
SATs take place in May and are far more formal than Key Stage 1. The tests are taken in year 6 cover the three core subjects, English, Maths and Science. Children may be assessed by teachers to see if they can reach higher levels. The papers are externally marked and results are reported in the pupil annual report.
Revision guides are available in the school shop.
The School Run
WHSMITHs Revision guides
Past Papers KS1 SATs (Emaths)
Free KS1 SATs papers
KS2 SATS Help Guide Woodland Primary School
KS2 SATS Papers