The School Standards & Framework Act 1998 gives parents a statutory right of appeal against any decision made by or on behalf of the admission authority.
This section might also be relevant if the 11+ score was one of the admission criteria, and the score achieved was not high enough to gain a place.
This section deals with the two-stage process where the appeal panel considers the admission authority’s case that further admissions will cause prejudice, and the appellant’s reasons for wanting a place.
For a complaint to be successful, there needs to have been a procedural error – usually non-compliance with the Appeals Code.
Specific appeal examples from previous years across 11+ regions.
Key abbreviations for terms used throughout the Eleven Plus Appeals process.
This 11 plus numerical reasoning book provides practice for standard-format quick-fire style questions. Numerical reasoning involves the interpretation and analysis of worded questions. Quick-fire questions are akin to traditional short maths questions and in this book cover the key mathematical topics.View