You're right, it does seem to be going over so fast, just not fast enough for me
No movement in Master Scatshouse's class as far as I can tell, so no clues there.
I'm feeling that I just don't care now, I just want to know the results. If I knew for certain whether he'd passed or not we could start to make plans.
I feel that we're left in limbo too long, surely it wouldn't matter if we knew the scores, we'd still have to wait for allocation, but if we knew that they'd scored too low to even appeal we could close the door and put it behind us, similarly, if they are borderline we could start planning an appeal.
I think my point is that we could be doing something rather than just waiting
I don't think the kids even realise when the results are out, it's only us parents who worry about all that.
Hope everybody else in Wirral is O.K. and not stressing too much about the wait.