When do SATs 2019 results come out, what time are the key stage 2 figures published and how will I find out?

THE Key Stage 2 results are published today, July 9 – meaning it's time to find out how your child fared in the SATs exam.

Here's all you need to know about finding out the results of the Year 6 test.

Where do I find out the Key Stage 2 exam results?

The national results for the SATs Key Stage 2 exam will be published today, July 9.

Schools were sent the results for their pupils, and it is up to the headteachers when they notify parents.

What are SATs?

SATs are national tests in England that children take twice during their primary school life.

The first exam, Key Stage 1, takes place when children are in Year 2 (6 or 7 years old).

The second, Key Stage 2, takes place when children are in Year 6 (10 or 11 years old).

The Standard Attainment Tests — abbreviated to SATs — are standardised tests known as End of Key Stage Tests and Assessments .

SATs help assess a child's progress through school and what level they are attaining in their learning.

What are the Key Stage 1 exams?

KS1 exams are marked by teachers, meaning there is no external exam board assessing the children.

They tend to be more informal tests designed not to put too much pressure on the children.

Pupils are mainly tested on arithmetic and English.


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What are the Key Stage 2 exams?

Pupils sit their KS2 exams in Year 6 when they are around 10 or 11 years old.

The tests are more formal and are sent for external marking.

Children take exams in English, reading, comprehension, grammar, punctuation, spelling, mathematical reasoning, arithmetic and science.

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