Well we have finally got all evidence together and completed letter ( revised it 20 times!) and are ready to hand deliver it for appeal against non-qualification +oversubscription at end of may.
( son was 5 points off qualification)
We have included all relevant points re academic evidence ( school report, year 5 report, headmaster letter of support etc) and have explained mitigating circumstances ( admittedly not major ones, but several smaller issues, we have said we realise are not major issues but may have combined to affect him) and have given reasons for wanting this school.
At the appeal the school will present their case, he didnt qualify, oversubscribed etc.
My question is, is it advisable to raise the point that the school requested copies of the primary school report when we applied for taking the entrance exam, as i thought they shouldn't ask this. ( there also seems no valid reason for it as the school do not conduct any reviews of papers close to pass mark or similar, it is just pass or fail cut off mark) if i should, how could it be raised ( dont want to antagonise!)
I could quietly point out that i have included copy of year 5 report in appeal eveidence but that school already has copy from application?