Year 6 SATs Resources
Key Stage 2 SATs Revision Websites
Here are some websites Year 6 pupils might find helpful with KS2 SAT's Revision!
DfE Key Stage 2 Sample Materials
(Please use these as reference materials and to gain an idea of the expectations rather than for testing your children at home, as teachers use these past papers to assess and prepare your children for the SATs)
The English area of the Bitesize website is packed with activities and questions to help you prepare for the National Tests in English.
These revision pages have been put together by Woodlands Junior School to help students with their revision.
Skillswise aims to help adults improve their reading, writing and maths skills. It is targeted at Level 1 of the adult Basic Skills Literacy & Numeracy
Curriculums for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
You might like to try some spelling practise on this BBC spelling site
and this site too
For spelling practice, Ambleside Primary offer an automated Look, Cover, Write, Check word bank. Really useful for brushing up on Key Stage 2 spellings. Spelling is an important part of the SATs and this resource lists key words and rules children should be familiar with.
Some helpful reading comprehension practise can be completed through this website.
Practise addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Take a visit to Gere's Bike Shop and help them read their graphs and charts. Practise working out the mode, median and mean for a set of numbers. Take a look at time, mass and capacity. Investigate the properties of different shapes. Get your brain ticking with some mental maths questions.
A daily practise to keep those brain cells sharp.
Practise your tables with the games and activities on this fun site.
Woodlands Junior School has several fun online interactive activities to help not only improve your mental maths skills, but also to help you with SATs
Website specific to telling the time and time based questions.
This website covers all the skills the children need in Year 6. Through timed questions, it challenges the children and addresses misconceptions with clear explanations.