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Year 2 & Year 6 Statutory Assessment Tests (SATs)

In line with Government guidelines, SATs for both Y2 and Y6 were cancelled in May 2020 & 2021 due to the COVID-19 restrictions.

We will continue to update this page with more details on statutory assessment once confirmation and guidance is received from the DFE. 

However, below is guide of what families can expect once the SATs do go ahead in 2022.


Y2 and Y6 SATs

What are SATs?

These are a set of Reading, Writing and Maths tests that are used alongside teacher assessments to assess the progress and attainment of children at the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) and Key Stage 2 (Year 6).

When do they take place?

Throughout the month of May (usually) our Year 2 children will be completing their assessments with their classroom teachers.

Year 6 have a set week (usually within May, not not conformed) to complete their SATs assessments.

How can I help my child to be successful?

Within school, we will be doing all we can to support your child(ren) to ensure they can perform at their best for each of these important assessments, however it is important that you help to prepare them during this time at home too.

At home, you can support your child(ren) by:

  • Encouraging your child to have plenty of quality sleep by going to bed early and not using electronic devices at least one hour before bed.
  • Ensuring your child arrives on time every day. By coming to the SATs Breakfast Club each day, the children will not only arrive in plenty of time but will also enjoy a nutritious and energising breakfast.
  • There will be a special Breakfast Club organised for our children in Year 2 and Year 6 on the days of their assessments, however If your child is not able to join us at SATs Breakfast Club each day, please ensure they have a healthy nutritious breakfast at home to ensure they have the energy and focus to succeed on their assessments.

Bananas are a good source of energy and will help to keep your child focussed throughout the day. Other excellent sources of brain boosting foods are oily fish, walnuts, blueberries, eggs and wholegrains.