Have spoken to Head and have excellent summary,1:1,
NFER Reading ages Yr3 11.06, Yr4 13.02, Yr5 14.04
Optional SATS Yr 4 Yr5
Maths 4a 5b
Reading 4a 5b
Writing 3a 5c
Predicted 5a's at KS2
Very strong support from head.
That is all very strong evidence, and on 119 you do not have very much to prove.
My school is OOC and does not do CAT or VR testing and as such the above is all the academic evidence that we have. Will this be a problem?
No, provided the Head's recommendations prove to be reasonably sound, you have assembled good academic evidence. CATs are less common than people often think.
Have statement from Grandfather detailing dates etc and doctors letter confirming this.
A letter from a family member will not carry much weight - I would go with only the doctor's letter.
Head aware at time with letter from home, do we need evidence that confirms tiredness/ lack of concentration from school?
If the school will confirm that it affected him during the week of the tests, that would be helpful evidence.
Have sent note to county to try to confirm this from invigilators notes, as such,no reply. With no evidence and no complaint at the time (only found out after), should I mention it in appeal?
Has the Head confirmed that the incident was recorded on the invigilation sheet? If so, County will have a copy and it will be included with the evidence that you and the panel receive.