I have never heard of anyone getting given their raw scores as such. However, if you go to appeal some schools give you the option of seeing the actual papers so you would get to know that way. However, the standardisation process is a long-established, tried and tested means of dealing with the results so I do not think there would be much mileage in raising this as an issue (unless, of course, you have any evidence that the whole process was bungled this year!).
The non-statutory head-teacher's appeals are conducted behind closed doors and are decided by the grammar school's governors. If you go to a formal appeal you will be given some details of the primary school's submission for this non-statutory appeal and brief details of why it did not succeed (these seem to be supplied as a matter of course for Local authority arranged appeals but may have to be requested for Foundation School arranged appeals).
Thanks for your reply, yes I guess the only way to obtain anymore information would be to appeal in March. It's easy to start thinking all kinds of things when emotions are running high, and I fully accept that if a child doesn't make the grade thats one of life's realities. However I do feel that the system has it's flaws and the sooner these are addressed the better, if there has been a mistake with the marking, I think the schools in question should come clean and practice what they preach, maybe then confidence could be restored in the grammar school system and the vail of secrecy lifted. Cheers Alan