I have taken each of the 36 questions from the sample paper issued by the Standards and Testing agency and created a random generator to easily provide a set of questions that can be given to pupils to practise for this test.

The first page has all 36 questions, pressing F9 will bring up the same questions but with different numbers. All the answers to these questions are on the second page.

There are another 36 pages on the worksheet, each providing 36 random questions of a single type.



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  • 2016-KS2-Mathematics-Paper-1-arithmetic---Random-question-generator.xlsx

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Created: Feb 7, 2016

Updated: Nov 25, 2017


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