St Bernard's and Herschel explicitly do not allow anyone to take another test for the school - 'Any pupil who has taken the 11+ test will not be permitted to re-sit an entrance examination for Herschel Grammar School whilst at statutory school age'
Perhaps Etienne can advise whether someone could challenge this refusal to allow another sitting ?
just reread the thread....so if a school refuses a retest, then an appeals panel MUST assume the child is of the required standard ? Am I reading this correctly ?
Neither Langley nor Slough GS have this in their admissions policy, theirs state'Admissions after the initial year of entry will depend upon the availability of a place, and
suitability of a pupil for a grammar school education as determined by admission tests.
This includes admission to the Sixth Form where the relevant admission test will be
performance in GCSE examinations or equivalent. '