Election 2015: Tories plan Sats resits for failing primary pupils
Primary school pupils in England who get poor results in their Sats tests will have to resit them in secondary school if the Conservatives form the next government.
It would mean 100,000 pupils could take the English and Maths tests in Year 7, their first year at secondary school.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan explained how the system would work.
08 Apr 2015
- From the section Education & Family