There is no set date for the KS1 SATs, other than the fact that they will take place in May.
The KS1 maths SATs is made up of two papers:
Each paper for the KS1 reading SATs is worth 50% of the available marks and should take up to 30 minutes. The texts in the tests cover a wide range of fiction, non-fiction and poetry.
For Key Stage 1 children, SATs results day varies from school to school. You will be told the results of your child’s tests in English, maths and science, and the school should show you how your child’s results compare to those of other children in the school and nationally.
As the papers at KS1 are marked internally by teachers in accordance with the mark scheme provided by the Standards and Testing Agency, it is up to schools to decide when and if they share the results.
Schools are not obliged to share the results of these tests with parents, but many include a summary of them in the end of year report.