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Key Stage 2 SATs: which pupils should take them?
Not all pupils have to take part in Key Stage 2 SATs. Read about which pupils are exempt, and how to report to parents and the governing body.
- Participating schools
- All pupils must be registered
- Headteachers make decision on participation
- Working below the standard
- Unable to access tests
- Pupils younger or older than 11
- Pupils with EAL
- Low attendance due to illness
- Joining a school during year 6
- Excluded pupils
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