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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:36 pm 
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The best thing to do is to contact the Local Authority.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:18 pm 
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Perhaps repost or ask the admins to move to the Bexley & Bromley board where they will have more local knowledge. I saw a post about someone else who did similar but for a different region and the LA there apparently told her to put the schools on the CAF and then appeal and apply for a late sitting test. Even her mitigating circumstances of having been diagnosed with cancer were not deemed a sufficient reason to let her child register and sit the test on the normal round. However I haven't heard of St Olaves having a late sitting.

From what I know of St Olaves (having a DD about to start at Newstead) is they administer the test themselves and the LA is unlikely to be able to help.

I do find it odd you have only registered today and this is your first post six weeks after the deadline. Perhaps I am getting over cautious with past fake posts.


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