Thank you for the comments! What I'm not sure is that should I take the school reports? They are great and very high standard. Year 4 and Year 5. We are taking her school books and there are over 4 peices of work in each book which have very good comments in.
Yes, take them all. I suggest that you take a photocopy of the reports for the clerk to add to the case record.
We are also taking the school newspaper which my daughter has written articules in.
Yes, although it might be better to take a photocopy of it and highlight your daughter's articles so the panel can find them quickly. If it is a lengthy booklet, take the opriginal and put some post-it notes on the pages where your daughter's articles can be found.
There is also a magazine where my daughter's picture is taken because she visited the houses of parliment. There is also the Westgate paper where a picture of her in a group is taken because she did an enterprise there. Which documents do you not reccomend?
I think these are probably going too far. There is a risk with this type of thing that where you state "she was selected ...", "she was asked ..." the panel may start digging deeper to find out the actual criteria that were used for selection. If it turns out that in fact half the class went, you risk them thinking that she isn't that special after all. If the essential academic evidence from the school is really strong, these latter points could end up obscuring that.