Do not forget that some old maths past paper questions (these are from old curriculum papers but are still extremely useful!) can be accessed as pdf at the foot of this page. The questions are saved by ‘type’ e.g. one pdf is on BODMAS, another on fractions etc)

Most of the questions on the pdfs have a ‘YouTube’ hyperlink built in. Once you have attempted questions (or if you are really stuck) you should click on the link and this will open a YouTube video where an explanation of how to solve the problem can be accessed. Practising in this way will be extremely useful and watching the explanations will allow you to check your answers and, possibly, learn another way of solving a problem.

This is not ‘due’ for a date but if you are looking to do some extra practise then I would recommend using these past paper questions.

Below the past papers you can also find links to some useful websites. Let us know how you get on and if you’ve found any other good websites.

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Useful Websites

SATS Papers
(please don’t use this site until much nearer to the SATS as we will use old papers in class this year – 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 are used in class)