Southwold Primary Learning & Education

Assessment Information

SATs papers are the statutory tests taken by primary school children to test their knowledge of the national curriculum, as well as monitor the school’s progress as a whole.

Your child will sit two sets of SATs exams: one in key stage 1, when they’re in year 2 and around 6-7 years old, and a second in key stage 2, when they’re in year 6 and around 10-11 years old.

SATs are taken during the summer school term, generally in May of each year.


Key Stage 1 & 2 National Curriculum Tests

In both year 2 and year 6, your child’s SATs tests measure their grasp of basic English and mathematics. For more information, follow the inks below:

Reception Baseline Assessment

SATs Results 2019

ARE+ReadingWritingMathsCombined
All83%73%85%72%
Boys76%58%76%58%
Girls93%93%96%89%
Disadvantaged85%67%85%62%
Non- Disadvantaged83%75%85%74%
SEN56%31%50%31%
Non- SEN93%89%98%86%
GDSReadingWritingMathsCombined
35%32%32%18%
SPAGARE+GDS
82%40%
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