From September 2016, primary schools can log on and check their 2016 progress data on the Tables Checking website. This data will show how a school has done in the new progress measures following the 2016 key stage 2 national tests.
For a handy guide to getting your school data and what it means in terms of the national picture, head to our assessment community site and read Michael Tidd's blog article here.
The DfE has also released more detailed information about about progress thresholds, writing assessment points and pupils below the standard of the test. For a helpful summary outlining this new information, head to our assessment community site here.
Looking for SATs-style tests to help familiarise children with the style, format and challenge of the national tests? Take a look at our Optional Tests.