The education committee has launched an inquiry into how primary school reforms have impacted teaching and learning. It will consider the impact of SATs testing on primary school pupils, and the wider advantages and disadvantages of testing pupils under the age of 11.
Neil Carmichael, chair said: "As a committee we will want to examine how children are assessed, how well the SATs are being delivered, and what steps the government should take in the future to make sure our education system delivers for all children."
The deadline for written submissions is 28 October. See more here.