Information for Schools

Students who use SATs Tests Online make considerable progress in their SATs Tests in May

How does SATs Tests Online fit in with the Key Stage Two 2014 National Curriculum?
Our test-questions reflect the new changes and requirements for the 2014 National curriculum. We understand that the change in the expectations of the maths curriculum means that we ensure that the questions are sufficiently challenging.

Our mission: To prepare pupils for diagnostic, and indeed summative, assessment (SATs) through the use of a virtual testing environment using digital content.

Teachers and web-programmers have come together to produce one unique, interactive resource for all UK teachers and their pupils.

Based in Manchester, but covering the nation, our goal is to prepare pupils for their SATs Tests each May by giving them virtual SATs Tests of their own devising. Teachers can monitor individual or class/group progress giving them valuable insights - at any time.

We have changed the level of attainment for 'End of Test' score, for all subjects. The standardised scores are based on the percentage of correct answers for each test. The standardised scores are indicative of the government KS2 guidance on scaled scores.

Click here to see the government guidance