Will there be KS1 SATs in 2021?

Will there be KS1 SATs in 2021?

‘KS1 SATs to be scrapped’ A new baseline assessment for Reception pupils was introduced in September 2021 and KS2 SATs (in Year 6) will not be affected.

Are SATs happening in 2021?

Neither SATs 2020 nor SATs 2021 took place. This is as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, school closures and pupils absences. SATs 2022 will be going ahead as usual.

Will there be KS1 SATs in 2023?

2023 KS1 SATs? The 2022-2023 KS1 SATs tests are not scheduled to happen. Instead of KS1 SATs, children in Reception get a ‘teacher-led’ Reception Baseline Assessment (RBA).

Is phonics screening 2021 Cancelled?

Phonics: Autumn 2021 Year 2 The Department for Education (DfE) and Standard Testing Agency (STA) have announced that in the 2021 to 2022 academic year schools must administer a past version of the check to year 2 pupils, this is due to the cancellation of the year 1 phonics screening check in June 2021.

Are SATs going ahead 2022?

PLEASE NOTE: As a result of school closures during the coronavirus lockdown English primary school pupils did not take their 2020 SATs tests. SATs 2021 have also been cancelled. SATs 2022 will be going ahead as usual.

What are KS1 SATs papers?

KS1 SATs papers (often called Year 2 SATs) are tests children take at the end of Year 2. SATs papers KS1 are taken in English Reading, Maths and SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar). KS1 SATs papers is the contracted form of “Key Stage 1 SATs papers” and children take these tests in Year 2.

When are the 2020 KS2 SATs papers released?

For the 2020 KS2 SATs, the ‘SATs week’ will be the week commencing Monday 11th May 2020. All KS2 SATs papers are securely transported and marked externally. The 2019 KS1 SATs and 2019 Key Stage 2 SATs tests and marking scheme were made available to the public on 14th June 2019.

Will my child still sit KS1 SATs papers?

Following the news that children will no longer take formal SATs papers in KS1, we are now in a time of uncertainty. It is likely that children will still sit KS1 SATs papers but as a less formal assessment. For more information on the 2020 KS1 SATs, please see our dedicated page.

When were the new SATs papers introduced?

In 2016, new SATs papers were created by the Standards and Testing Agency (STA). This followed the Department for Education’s (DfE) introduction of a new national curriculum in 2014. The reporting of marks was also changed and a new scaled score system was introduced.