Sally-Anne, I've lost a stone in weight since March 2nd.
...I'm not missing it mind you, but I am alarmed at how fast it has come off.
Raza...I am in a similiar boat - I'm really sorry for what has happened to you. I feel surely you must have a strong case and trust that with help you will get through this and achieve your goals.
I did wonder if I would ever again have a day again without tears. I still haven't managed it yet, but the pain, which was constantly sitting in the middle of my chest is going. I'm still finding it hard to think about anything apart from the appeal though.
Spoke to the lady at the LEA today who was polite but very condesending...'ohhh you parents will think you can get your children into that school.'........'oooh yes funny how only parents whose children fail want their papers remarked. They just can't believe their child could possibly fail....'
I was just so hurt by her remarks. Didn't say a word though - could have spoken about my eldest child who is already in the school, could have spoken about my child's academic ability, but what was the point? I just hope the panel do not have a similiar attitude because that would be heartbreaking.
What happened to your son, Sally-Anne?