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News: We don't mind SATs, pupils say

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School types: Maintained, Academy, Independent · School phases: Primary
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The majority of pupils do not mind having to take SATs tests, a new poll has found. Though most parents and teachers were in opposition to the tests, more than half of children surveyed said they wanted them to stay. The DfE has repeatedly claimed SATs should not be stressful for children.

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