I was referring to this bit from their (Kent's) 2009 admissions:
However, before you receive your decision, your childâ€™s primary school headteacher will have the opportunity to refer assessment decisions they disagree with to a panel of headteachers, with representatives from local primary and secondary schools, who will consider all the relevant information before making a decision. This can include your childâ€™s test scores, recent school work, the writing task and comments from your childâ€™s current headteacher. The panel will expect to see a full range of work for a child, regardless of which scores may be below the threshold. An assessment will only be changed by the Headteacher Panel if the panel is confident that the child will be well placed in a grammar school.
I see they also assess maths, VR and NVR..
(ps what was it inconsistent with?)