Her Hearing Imapirment support teacher from the LA wrote to both Schools and gave them advice to follow in the exam including sitting her at the front and in a small room preferably carpeted.
Did the school in question not agree in writing to make these reasonable adjustments?
Normally one would expect an application for reasonable adjustments to be made, and for the admission authority to give its considered response.
I intend to submit a case for local review as this is what the school has offered.
It would be worth checking that an unsuccessful review will not disadvantage you if you subsequently go to appeal.http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/appeal ... cation#b18
I will send the primary school's letter, will indicate how well she did on the other exam in a small room and will re-send the advice that the hearing impairment service gave them. Do you think I need to include anything else?
Difficult to say because an admission authority can make up its own rules for a review. Have they told you what the format of the review will be?
Probably wise to include as much academic evidence as possible:http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/appeal ... cation#b11