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PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:56 pm 
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Ds passed thanks for everyones help good luck everyone else


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 4:19 pm 
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DS passed and we are all mightily relieved. Good luck to everyone else with their results.
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Great news, I hope the good news keep's rolling in :D


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Huge congratulations to both your children, Tree and Complete Novice (no longer :D).

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I'm waiting on 16 results.

Not the same as your own child of course, but still stressful. About half in now and they all passed. It's the one's that aren't straight on the phone that are the worrying ones, but we'll see. :)


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 5:19 pm 
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Little Chinup passed. Many thanks to the forum for info and advice and good luck to all.


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Got result - not a pass sadly (by one point!!) :cry:

DD was upset and thought she was a failure, have had to remind her that she did really well, only one point under ... it's so hard though. She has now said that she wants me to go to appeal!!!

'Sally-Anne' I'm going to need help/advice, although have already looked at the Forum section (just in case!) - for me it's whether to follow this road, if it's the right thing for her ... life can be so complicated sometimes :cry:

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Its Dejavu in our house. DS did not pass and got the same scores that his sister got 2 years ago. We were sucessful at appeal for her and are considering if we will appeal again.

Well done to all who have passed.


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'Hope' - feeling for you, to go through this again must be really hard x x x

You help/advice on what I should be doing would be much appreciated. I know it's a long road ahead ......

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Well done those who have passed so far.

Heartmum, well done to your dd for trying. My thoughts are with you.
Give it some thought over the weekend and if you feel that your dd will do well at grammar, and you can back it up academically, go for it. All the support you need is here.


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