1. She was disturbed by 2 other children in the test (where 1 was eventually moved!)
It depends on the length of the interruption, and exactly what has been recorded by the invigilator.
2. She went to the loo (due to a urine infection) Can get eveidence of this from our doctor
If this was unexpected, fine. If it was foreseeable, you're on weak ground. Do get the evidence.
3. She is at all 5's in her CAT score (predicted to be 5a and even a 6 by the end of term) which her school said they will give a reference of the score and her ability
You will have seen from the Q&As that the range of evidence is important. No one thing is equivalent to the 11+, so the more academic evidence you have, the better!
we are going to get representation on this.
You will also have seen from the Q&As that this is probably not a good idea.
We moved to the midlands some 8 years ago due to work commitments and the perticular area because of the school in question also she has a real interest in performing arts and dance which she has evidence of certificates with the Royal Ballet. Alcester Grammer has a specialism in this area along with Science.