So I had a little lad in my class who's worked hard all year and, in May, I teacher assessed him at Level 4A across the board - accurately, I think, plenty of APP and other evidence to back it up. Elements of Level 5, but certainly still a 4A. Practice papers mainly 4As - one or two 4Bs and one or two 5Cs. Shared this with him, with his mum, with HT, etc, etc. All seemed OK with this - consistent with good progress, etc, etc. Lovely. SATs results came through this week and he got 4As and 5Cs across the board (couple of marks in it, one side or the other of the borderline) Brilliant. I was thrilled; thought that they would be too. Mum tells me that he is "disappointed" in my teacher assessments because I gave him 4s and he got 5s in some of the tests. Apparently he feels that I haven't fully appreciated how hard he's worked and what he's achieved. Feel a bit deflated to be honest. Anyone else had this?