Tests not the way
But it won't affect kids who are doing Sats before the summer.
The NUT needs to ask all the teachers who weren't at the meeting if they feel the same way before any action can happen.
Kids in England are tested at the age of seven, in England and Wales at 11 and then in the whole of the UK at 14.
Teachers reckon the best way to work out how well pupils are doing in school is to keep an eye on their progress all through the school year, rather than after one series of tests.