I want to wish you all the very best of luck
May your homes be filled with peace, calm and confidence. Try to get your DC's to bed early tonight with anything that relaxes them ie a bath or story because tomorrow night, many of you will probably have difficulty getting them off to sleep.
Try to keep them hydrated - don't get stressed-out about it but be aware that it's important to keep that brain well-oiled with "concentration-juice" ie water and especially so in the 48 hours before the test. This is a tip we learned through our competitive sport.
Many suggest that a diet heavy in carbs should be avoided for brain performance and that protein is the key.
If your child hasn't already had a meltdown, then please be aware that it could well happen in the next 48 hours. Be prepared for an unexpected breakdown caused by nerves, fear and a general crisis of confidence. They may well say they don't want to do it. Give loads of hugs and reassurance that they're well prepared and that you know they'll do their very best.
Please feel free to ask questions on here...there's always loads of advice and reassurance and most importantly, support.
I won't be around until lunch-time but I'll pop-in for a group-hug and team talk