National Curriculum SATs Tests


Prepare for success in the National Tests with a brand new series from Scholastic.

Boost your pupils’ confidence and skills with the most authentic test papers available. These tests are exactly matched to the new statutory test format, starting in May 2016.

  • Perfect for use at home or in school
  • Assess and target learning areas that need further practice and revision
  • The ideal way to get prepared

Fully in line with the new curriculum objectives, each pack includes clear guidance notes and three complete tests, identical to the real test format, mark scheme and questions types.

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For up-to-date information about the new National Tests mark scheme and scaled scores please visit our Assessment News page

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In this series


Wendy Jolliffe

Wendy Jolliffe is lecturer in education and early years at the University of Hull. She is a former primary teacher and advisory literacy teacher and an experienced educational writer. She has written seven books for Scholastic.

Ann Montague-Smith

Ann Montague-Smith was the series consultant for 100 Maths Lessons and 100 Maths Homework Activities. She has also contributed to the Learning in the Early Years series. She is a former Principal Lecturer in Primary Education and leader of a primary maths team, and is now a well-established educational author.

Roger Smith

Freelance writer and part time lecturer PGCE Warwick University. Headteacher for 24 years, also worked for Open University, Warwick University and Coventry Technical College.