Sorry - am going to be the most prolific newbie poster in the universe at this rate.
Having read all the appeals info, I am getting my stuff together early (before he even takes the 11+!) My son's school does not do SATs or 11+ (as I have said before). At the end of each term his report gives him exam results and the year average for comparison - so I have no idea where he sits as far as the rest of the UK is concerned. I have asked the school for some of the information and they have come up with the following ...
"InCAS predicts that Toby would achieve a Level 5+ in Maths, English & Science at the end of KS 2, this was based on his Yr 5 assessment in May 2011."
Does InCAS (whatever they are) have the same standing in the GS community as doing a normal SATs?
They also said that his spelling age in May 2011 was 13.5 years and his reading age was 12.9 years. Again, this was InCAS.
Do I need to do some googling or does anyone know how this fits with the "normal" SATs.
As always, thanks in advance for your help.