Free resource

KS2 Maths SATs Practice Papers

Set of 6 (Pack 1 & 2)

KS2 Maths SATs Practice Papers

Get ready for KS2 SATs tests with this set of 6 maths SATs practice papers

  • Download our KS2 SATs papers to help you prepare your pupils for the upcoming KS2 SATs tests.
  • 2 Arithmetic and 4 Reasoning Papers that follow the National Curriculum Assessments.
  • SATs-style maths questions designed to help your Year 6 improve test skills and build confidence.
  • They’re the ideal way to boost your primary school pupils’ problem-solving skills and improve their SATs revision techniques.
  • Mark scheme and answer booklet for all the SATs style questions to help you to diagnose and assess where your pupils need extra support against scaled scores for the maths SATs tests.
  • These free Key Stage 2 SATs test papers can be used free as SATs practice tests to help with your pupils’ SATs preparation.
  • For use in preparation for the maths SATs exams ie one arithmetic test paper and 2 reasoning test papers in each pack of papers.
  • Not suitable for KS2 English spelling test, reading test, or SPaG test, or the optional KS1 SATs.
  • Each paper follows a very similar structure to the national curriculum test format for Maths Paper 1 (Arithmetic), Maths Paper 2 (Reasoning), and Maths Paper 3 (Reasoning).
  • Can be used as additional practice alongside past SATs papers and specimen papers where you can check progress against scaled scores.
  • For more revision tips, past SATs papers and SATs paper analysis see the SATs Papers section on the Third Space Learning blog.

Download your free resource today

To receive this resource and regular emails with more free resources, blog posts and other Third Space Learning updates, enter your details below.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

You can unsubscribe at any time (each email we send will contain an easy way to unsubscribe). To find out more about how we use your data, see our privacy policy.

“These practice papers are very true to the tests and are pitched accurately with a range of question types. A good way to give the children experience of what the test questions might look like on the day.”

Aidan Severs

Deputy Head