I attempted to do this when my youngest was in Y6, because he and I were getting very fed up of the pressure and the relentless SATs practice every day at school. I went into the school to ask them to withdraw him from the Level 6 papers and also asked about him not doing them at all. In the end I felt very sorry for the teachers as of course the all-important data trail which had followed him from the womb to that point suggested he should be getting high levels, and if he wasn't then there was no other explanation for that than that the school and its teachers had failed him miserably and deserved punishment via OFSTED.
They are also about letters from Nick Gibb to primary schools telling them how well they have done which they can then put on the wall and get more people wanting places at the school.
Well there you have it. Nick Gibb, expert on education, especially in the Far East; all-round nice guy (remember his compassionate line on children missing school to attend family funerals?); and poet (' our reforms will let a thousand flowers bloom'/ 'the fruits of autonomy in all their vivid abundance'), will send a letter to your
school -unless you keep your
child out - in which case that honour will be withheld.. How will you ever live with your conscience, Rugbylady?