Also wishing everybody well.
As we await results when everything is still possible and hopes are high - I'd just like to say that no matter what the result your child is still amazing! Unique! Miraculous! and bound to go on and do great things.
In September 2013 we learned that little fish did not score sufficiently high for KEFW or KECHG. I found this forum a tremendous help then - people were very supportive and helped me to keep a brave face for my little fish. She knew that the comprehensive option she had was a good one and that some friends would be going - but not her very best friends. I think beyond all else - aside from the passing or not thing - do remember that this process of moving up to secondary can split friendship groups and in the coming months there will be times when your little ones will need a bit of support - change can be a very hard thing.
Preparing for the 11+ was a huge help come KS2 SATs, CAT testing on moving up day and first weeks of secondary, and just in terms of getting to a good level to get off to a flying start in KS3.
I await the results for my small fry, my youngest, and remain hopeful - but we'll see. Best of all, I eagerly look forward to retirement from things 11+
GOOD LUCK and all best wishes