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PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2021 12:16 pm 
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I also emailed AGSB yesterday to enquire. They emailed me this morning to say the results will be made available to us tomorrow. They said we will receive an email telling us how to access them


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2021 12:20 pm 
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I heard from a whatsapp group that I am in.

It’s awful this waiting isn’t it! Feels like so long ago since DD did the test.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2021 12:22 pm 
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Yes, the wait is awful. Regardless of the result, I just want the waiting game to be over so we can concentrate on other things :)


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2021 12:42 pm 
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Lmr87 wrote:
I also emailed AGSB yesterday to enquire. They emailed me this morning to say the results will be made available to us tomorrow. They said we will receive an email telling us how to access them

It suggests the results might be on the consortium website.

I'll be up at midnight hitting the F5 button


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2021 1:00 pm 
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My feeling now is that they may be posted on the website which we logged on to when applying. The fact it says 'made available' on the 15th suggests we will be able to access them tomorrow. When we went through all this two years ago the schools specified that the results would be sent out by post and it is definitely worded differently this year.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2021 1:21 pm 
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We need a forensic linguist to help us examine the clues :lol:

They've put a document on the consortium website. Does anyone want to guess what this means?

Edit: should we search quarries for the next clue?

Quote:
History
Lleder Valley, North Wales

A poem by Owen Sheers

Don’t try to learn this place in the pages of a history,
But go instead up to the disused quarry where the water lies black as oil,
And the only chiselling is that of a blackbird’s song drilling its notes into the hillside’s soil.

And there, beside the fall of moss,
Pick yourself a blade of slate,
Long as your arm, rusted,
Metallic in sound.

Tap it with your heel,
Then with your fingertips at its leaves,
Gently prise it apart.

And see how it becomes a book of slate in which you can read a story of stone –
One that’s written throughout this valley,
In every head,
Across every heart,
And down the marrow of every bone.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2021 1:28 pm 
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That’s so odd - a test I assume?


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 14, 2021 2:42 pm 
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KaB£H1s3 wrote:
We need a forensic linguist to help us examine the clues :lol:

They've put a document on the consortium website. Does anyone want to guess what this means?

Edit: should we search quarries for the next clue?

Quote:
History
Lleder Valley, North Wales

A poem by Owen Sheers

Don’t try to learn this place in the pages of a history,
But go instead up to the disused quarry where the water lies black as oil,
And the only chiselling is that of a blackbird’s song drilling its notes into the hillside’s soil.

And there, beside the fall of moss,
Pick yourself a blade of slate,
Long as your arm, rusted,
Metallic in sound.

Tap it with your heel,
Then with your fingertips at its leaves,
Gently prise it apart.

And see how it becomes a book of slate in which you can read a story of stone –
One that’s written throughout this valley,
In every head,
Across every heart,
And down the marrow of every bone.


Funny, I just read this and thought it’s some hidden message for parents while they are waiting lol
**back to thinking: email or post…what’ll it be


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2021 9:06 am 
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Any email?


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2021 9:09 am 
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Rainysunshine001 wrote:
KaB£H1s3 wrote:
We need a forensic linguist to help us examine the clues :lol:

They've put a document on the consortium website. Does anyone want to guess what this means?

Edit: should we search quarries for the next clue?

Quote:
History
Lleder Valley, North Wales

A poem by Owen Sheers

Don’t try to learn this place in the pages of a history,
But go instead up to the disused quarry where the water lies black as oil,
And the only chiselling is that of a blackbird’s song drilling its notes into the hillside’s soil.

And there, beside the fall of moss,
Pick yourself a blade of slate,
Long as your arm, rusted,
Metallic in sound.

Tap it with your heel,
Then with your fingertips at its leaves,
Gently prise it apart.

And see how it becomes a book of slate in which you can read a story of stone –
One that’s written throughout this valley,
In every head,
Across every heart,
And down the marrow of every bone.


Funny, I just read this and thought it’s some hidden message for parents while they are waiting lol
**back to thinking: email or post…what’ll it be


Chiselled on slate


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