I just wanted to add that the results on this forum are not necessarily a true reflection of the "real world" results so please do not take anything away from your DD who has done so well to achieve the result she did in the tests.
That is so so true. I just bumped into the parents of the most able little boy I have ever taught: he is renowned at school for getting 100% in one of his CATs tests. He had no coaching for the tests whatsoever because his parents were just unaware of the coaching culture and even if they had been aware, they could not afford to have had him coached. He didn't pass. The primary school I am talking about is littered with similar cases, though this is an extreme. You are right to be proud of your daughter for doing so well - this is a highly competitive and stressful business for all concerned and since last year when we went through it, I have learned so much about it, which has convinced me that any child who gets anywhere near the score of any of the Gloucestershire grammar schools has done amazingly, astonishingly well, especially if they do it with little or no coaching. Listen, there are people out there who spent 5 years building up to that day - and if you are not one of them, then you are competing with them. Celebrate your daughter's amazing achievement - she has done really well. And the chances are she will get into Ribston too, as the icing on the cake for you all.