The National Curriculum tests (also known as SATs) are designed to assess pupils' knowledge and understanding of what they have been learning at school. They help teachers learn more about a child's strengths and weaknesses and the results are used to compare how well each child is doing with their peers, both in their school and across the country. Due to the two school closures since March 2020, examinations have been paused, therefore the most recent assessment can be found below. In school data for last academic year was extremely promising, despite the time the pupils had missed in school.
Please click here for our 2018/2019 Key Stage 1 Assessment results.
Please click here for our 2018/2019 Key Stage 2 Assessment results.
Please click here for more information and supporting materials on the tests.
You can find practice materials for the Phonics Screening Check, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 national curriculum tests, including sample papers and past test papers by clicking here.
You can use the school and performance tables service to find and compare schools in England.