Year 6 SAT Test

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For children in Year 6 preparing to take the SAT test in May. This test is used by schools to determine a child’s CAT score. The CAT score is used to set children into classes in Year 7.


Course Features
  • Video tutorials for every topic
  • Bank of over 60,000 practice questions
  • Structured programme split into levels
  • Timed mock/assessment tests
  • Feedback after each test
  • Certificate of Completion

What you’ll learn

  • Grammar punctuation, and spelling
  • English comprehension
  • Mathematics (Arithmetic)
  • Mathematics (Reasoning)
  • Practice and assessment tests and mocks

Real-time Notifications

Parents will be emailed notifications of their child’s progress and score each time their child completes a test.

Online Mock Tests

Mock tests comprising past questions are available for your child to attempt with instant feedback.

Instant Results

Our platform instantly marks and assesses your child’s test and sends notifications to your phone.


Year 6 SATs are standardised assessment tests administered by primary schools in England to children in Year 6 to check their educational progress, every child does the same assessment irrespective of the borough or region the child schools.

Our teaching methodology involves Powerpoint slides and video tutorials to explain the core concepts of the topics being taught.

Our assessment tests comprise timed multiple-choice questions, short answer questions, fill-in-the-gaps, matching activities, drag-and-drop, true or false, and other assessment formats to assess understanding.

Yes. The questions you answered and the answers you gave are displayed at the end of the assessment test for your review. You are also shown the correct answer and a short explanation.

Yes. All our assessment tests are timed and the duration depends on the number of questions, level of difficulty, and the total marks for the test in accordance with the educational borough.

The full programme is broken down into 24 courses known as Levels. Each level comprises VR, NVR, comprehension, spelling, cloze, mathematics, English, etc.

No. You must go through the level sequentially starting from Level 1. You have to pass all the practice and assessment tests in Level 1 before you can progress to Level 2.

In Classlet, there are two types of assessments. The Practice test, which is not times with a 100% pass mark. The second is the Assessment test, which is timed and normally has a pass mark of 80%.

Unfortunately, the system will not allow you access to the next topic if you have not satisfied the pass mark required to progress to the next topic.

Yes. You can retake an assessment multiple times but on each occasion, the system will randomly generate different questions for you to avoid cheating.

Yes. Your parent will get an email every time you complete a test showing your score and also whether you passed the test.

Yes. You can click the View Questions button after submitting your test to see the correct answers to the questions followed by explanations for each answer.

SATs are standardised assessment tests administered by primary schools in England to children in Year 6 to check their educational progress. They are used by the government, and hence parents, to check the progress their child has made over the years.

Year 6 SATs results are used to measure both the school and each child’s progress and achievements in maths, spelling, punctuation & grammar, plus reading. The results show the progress a child has made between Year 2 and Year 6. This result is also used by secondary schools to initially set a child’s predicted GCSE grades in Year 11.

This year, SATs will take place over four days and is normally held in May.

The SATs test results are used to group children into abilities in secondary school and predict their GCSE results. Therefore, if your child scored a 100 in the SATs then they would be expected to get a 4 or 5 at GCSE.

Is 110 good in SATs?

A scaled score between 80 and 100 means that a child is working towards the national expectation. A scaled score of 100 means that a child has met the national expectation. A scaled score of 110 or above is classed as working at a higher standard.

It takes 60 minutes, including reading time, with a total of 50 marks available. The questions are designed to assess your child’s comprehension, and are linked closely to the national curriculum. Your child will be given three texts to read, with a set of questions to answer about each.

A score below 100 indicates that the child needs more support, whereas a score of above 100 suggests the child is working at a higher level than expected for their age. The maximum score possible is 115, and the minimum is 85.

There’s no direct consequence of a child ‘failing’ their SATs; the results may reflect badly on the school, but they don’t have to retake the exams.

Private schools do not have to complete SATs. Although it is a legal requirement for primary pupils at state schools to take SAT exams before leaving, this doesn’t apply to independent schools. Despite this, about 20% of independent schools still choose to do SATs.

Your child’s science skills will be assessed by the teacher. They may look for your child to know the following: the major body organs and know where they are.

The highest scaled score is 120. Pupils scoring at least a scaled score of 100 will have met the expected standard in the test. A pupil awarded a scaled score of 99 or less has not met the expected standard in the test.

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling – Paper 1; Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling – Paper 2; English Reading; Maths Paper 1 (Arithmetic); Maths Paper 2 (Reasoning); Maths Paper 3 (Reasoning).

Our learning platform, Classlet Lab, has all your child needs to prepare and pass SAT tests with very high score.


What Our Parents Are Saying

Given below are a couple of testimonials we received from our excited parents.

My grandson scored 110 in his SAT test. I am very proud of him. Although his school has been extremely helpful, Classlet also made a significant impact in his achievement. I will recommend Classlet to every children preparing for SAT.
Bimbo Adepeju
Millbrook, Southampton
As advertised:
“Classlet is all your child needs to smash all school entrance exams”
This is absolute true as my two children used it with huge success. Classlet is highly recommended.
Lisa Appleton
Hatfield, Hertfordshire

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