Parents get official telling off for SATs tweets
About a dozen people complained about the tests and were asked by the Department for Education to delete their tweets.
Parents have been told off by the Department for Education after tweeting answers from their children's SATs exams.
Primary school pupils across the country are in the process of taking the national curriculum tests but some parents were unhappy with the questions they were tested on.
One, Matt Thrower, asked on Twitter whether a question on his daughter's maths test about Roman numerals was relevant.