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News: Government announces plans to scrap KS1 SATs

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School types: All · School phases: Primary
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Tests for 7-year-olds may be scrapped and replaced with a baseline assessment for pupils in reception, to enable pupil progress to be measured throughout primary school, according to new government plans. The DfE is consulting on the proposals. This year’s KS1 SATs will go ahead as planned.

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