We use thousands of KS2 SATs questions every week as part of our Year 6 SATs intervention programme and we thought it was about time we started to share these with you.
Here you’ll find links to a selection of our Year 6 maths questions collected into maths SATs questions by topic on the following:
- Addition and Subtraction SATs Questions
- Fractions, Decimals and Percentages SATs Questions
- Place Value SATs Questions
If you want to just download them straight away, follow the link below.
75 Year 6 SATs Questions for Maths (FREE)
3 topic based practice SATs tests for Year 6 on Addition, Subtraction; Fractions, Decimals, Percentages; Place Value
The reason we use SATs questions in our one-to-one interventions
It’s our belief that part of good Year 6 preparation for the Key Stage 2 National Assessments is practice on SATs papers. This is not to hot-house or pressure your Year 6 pupils, but to help reassure them that they have the skills, question techniques, and stamina for SATs to do their best in both the arithmetic and reasoning papers.
About these KS2 SATs questions
These questions have been designed to use as part of your Year 6 maths revision programme. As you revise one of these key Year 6 topics, just download the set of SATs questions you need.
They cover the sorts of arithmetic and reasoning questions pupils can expect from this topic in a SATs exam, including many word problems. You can expect to find questions on comparing equivalent fractions, or missing numbers as well as some more tricky year 6 reasoning questions on addition and subtraction.
All of these Year 6 SATs questions have been matched to the standard of past papers. It’s up to you whether you set each paper as a complete test or separate questions (e.g. as a worksheet).
Each set of questions should take around about 20 – 35 minutes to complete altogether. Keep in mind it is an assessment used to find gaps in knowledge as opposed to a timed test and most suitable for Year 6 pupils preparing for SATs 2020.
The questions get progressively harder as you progress through each test, and assess pupils’ mental maths as well as their ability to tackle worded problems. A mark scheme and answer sheet is provided showing the link to the KS2 National Curriculum and demand descriptors.
KS2 SATs Place Value Questions
These questions target the knowledge of our base ten number system and the pupil’s ability to manipulate numbers, especially larger numbers and decimal numbers. Here are some sample SATs questions for place value.
For more SATs practice questions and answers download your free KS2 SATs Place Value Questions and Test
KS2 SATs Addition and Subtraction Questions
These incorporate both arithmetic and reasoning practice to help draw out any areas of weakness in your class. Here are some sample SATs questions for addition and subtraction.
For more SATs practice questions and answers, download the KS2 SATS Addition and Subtraction Questions and Test
KS2 SATs Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Questions
Like the others these include a variety of different styles of questions to encourage using and applying in different contexts. Here are some sample SATs questions for fractions, decimals and percentages.
For more SATs practice questions and answers, download your free KS2 Fractions, Percentages and Decimals Questions and Test
Looking to give your Year 6 pupils greater support in preparation for SATs?
Every year we provide thousands of Year 6 pupils with online, one-to-one maths interventions to help boost their skills and confidence before the Key Stage 2 SATs.
Primary schools come back to us time after time with their target Year 6 because ours is a SATs intervention with proven success – our pupils make an average of 7 months progress in just 14 weeks because we use an Initial Diagnostic Assessment to gauge the needs of each child and provide them with a lesson plan tailored to them, and taught by a professionally-trained, subject specialist tutor.
Places are available now on our 2020 SATs Revision Programme. To find out how we could support your Year 6 pupils to reach expected standard and beyond, call 0203 771 0095 or book a demo with one of our schools team today.
Other sources of KS2 SATs Questions for Year 6
The best place to find more Key Stage 2 SATs questions is in our online maths hub of primary maths resources. This is a treasure trove of thousands of primary school resources from Fluent in Five to Rapid Reasoning, as well as SATs Revision Lessons and many more practice papers and practice tests for SATs. All the resources have been developed with fluency, reasoning and problem solving at the heart of them, following a maths mastery approach to KS2 maths.
We’ve also got a few more free samples from our maths hub available for you:
Free KS2 SATs Papers – We’re giving away 4 maths reasoning papers and 2 arithmetic papers to every primary school so grab yours now. Includes sats-style questions, answers and marking scheme.
Free Year 6 SATs Revision Resources – lots of great links in here to more SATs questions, SATs preparation ideas and test papers.
Year 6 Diagnostic Quizzes – if you need more help identifying specific gaps in your Year 6 pupils’ knowledge this set of diagnostic maths tests breaks down using multiple choice exactly what the misconception is that a child holds for every question they get wrong. This set also includes multiplication and division questions.
What kind of questions can you expect in this year’s KS2 Maths SATs test?
It’s always bit of a guessing game, but last year and in the 3 previous we’ve taken the time to analyse the content of each past SATs paper to work out what the examiners have tested so far, what they might test in the future and what you order you should plan your revision programme for SATs 2020. Here is our recommended order of lessons as per our SATs revision programme.
And here is our analysis of the past SATs maths papers:
- 2019 SATs Papers Maths Question Breakdown and Analysis
- 2018 SATs Papers Maths Question Breakdown and Analysis
- 2017 SATs Papers Maths Question Breakdown and Analysis
If this has sparked your interest in improving your own SAT results in maths this year, give us a call on 020 3771 0095 and let us see how we can help.