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Key Stage 2 SATs revision tools

Use the handy documents and links to help you prepare for the Key Stage 2 SATs. Ask your teacher for help using any of these resources. 

Knowledge Organiser

Boost your understanding of key maths facts and terminology, then test yourself using the Knowledge Organiser Quiz:

My Mini Maths

Click on the logo below to visit the Year 6 section of My Mini Maths. This amazing website has a collection of fluency and reasoning maths questions for nearly all objectives. Anything you will be asked about in the SATs is here. There are also handy YouTube videos to talk you through some of the question types if you find yourself struggling.

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Ten for Ten Booklets

The Ten for Ten revision booklets are designed to be completed in short, 10-minute sessions over the course of ten days in the Easter Holidays (when the SATs are just around the corner). You can complete them any time and, once finished, mark your answers to see where you might need extra support from adults in school. There is a booklet for Working Towards, Expected and Greater Depth so you can target your revision based on your previous test scores and boost your knowledge!

Arithmetic Practice

Practice can make a huge difference when working on your arithmetic skills. This spreadsheet is designed just like the SATs Arithmetic paper with questions in the same style. Each time you open the spreadsheet, the questions change. This allows you to use it over and over again so you can really familiarise yourself with how to answer the questions as well as imrpoving on your speed and accuracy.

Maths4Everyone

This free website is loaded with high quality resources which children can use at home. There are SATs questions which are arranged by topic, worksheets, workbooks, codebreakers, games and quizzes. Make sure you are only look at the SATs or KS2 material and not GCSE level maths! Click on the logo below to access this fantastic website.

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