What are SATs in the UK?
SATs are tests administered by primary schools in England to children in Year 2 and Year 6 to gauge their educational progress. They are one marker used by the government, and hence parents, of the quality of the education at a school. The setting and marking of SATs are carried out in UK schools by the Standards & Testing Agency.
KS1 SATs in Year 2
In May, children will sit their KS1 SATs 2020 in:
They will also be assessed by their teacher on science, writing, and speaking and listening. This however is known as the teacher assessment, and it is not an official score for the SATs or national assessments.For more information for parents you can follow the link below
If you would like to support your child by doing some SATs papers or see what they look like then please follow the links below: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/key-stage-1-tests-2018-english-reading-test-materials
|Key stage 1 tests: 2018 English reading test materials – GOV.UKEnglish reading test materials were administered to eligible pupils at the end of key stage 1 in May 2018.www.gov.uk|
|Key stage 1 tests: 2019 English reading test materials – GOV.UKEnglish reading test materials were administered to eligible pupils at the end of key stage 1 in May 2019.www.gov.uk|