I wondered if I could forward my appeal letter to you if you'll have time to read it. I wanted your opinion on whether that should be my statement or I need another one.
Sorry, maroko, we will try and help with any specific questions, but we don't normally have time to check statements, presentations etc.
Guidance about the Appeals Box is set out here: viewtopic.php?f=35&t=9907
Please note that we cannot normally deal with wide-ranging or open-ended questions such as "We've emailed our case - what do you think of it?" or "We've sent you a copy of our draft appeal letter - please comment."
If you covered everything in your original submission, then it would be best to give a very short presentation, just highlighting very briefly
the main points.http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/appeal ... cation#b40
I was also not clear as to the format as it says The case for the admitting authority. Is this where they state their case and do we state our case where it says the case for the parent/carer
Yes, that's right. Don't worry - the chair of the panel will guide you through the proceedings.
If we can help with any further specific questions, please post them here.