Find all Year 6 past SATs papers online, in one place – including the most recent SATs papers and also the older style SATs papers…

We’ve made a nifty feature so that you can put all the past Year 6 SATs papers onto your school website, meaning they are always to hand and you will no longer need to remember where to download them from! Please follow these Instructions.

It will take minutes for your IT person to do, and each year when we add past papers, they will automatically appear on your website – yes, like magic!…your version won’t have adverts and will not ask you to provide an email address to access, so it is super school-friendly.

Download past SATs papers to help your revision

SATs tests take place in England in year 2 and in Year 6. The Year 6 SATs tests take place during the Month of May, with the tests spread out across the week. Compare4kids has many resources to help children prepare for their Year 6 SATs tests. This page has links to all of the past Year 6 SATs papers, including Year 6 English SATs papersYear 6 Maths SATs papers and Year 6 Science SATs papers. You can download these KS2 SATs papers for free, to help your child with their revision for the SATs tests. It is likely that children will go through past SATs practice papers with their teacher in class, whilst preparing for the SATs test. Compare4kids updates these free SATs papers every year, making it easy for you to download SATs papers online.

There have been many changes to the SATS tests over the years, the most recent SATs changes being in 2016, with the test updated to a new format. As of May 2016, the following Year 6 SATs tests will take place:


  • Spelling test
  • Reading test
  • Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar test (SPAG)


  • Paper 1 – Arithmetic
  • Paper 2 – Mathematical Reasoning
  • Paper 3 – Mathematical Reasoning


  • Year 6 Science SATs tests have been replaced with teacher assessments, and a random selection of schools are chosen each year to take a sampling Science test so that standards of science learning can be monitored.