head scores low at 2,2 .
I suppose it will be the people who have 1:1 scores who will get it regardless of scores and then moving down to 2:1 and then 2: 2
We don't know how review panels will operate, but an appeal panel would not make simplistic judgements - it would look at the academic evidence as a whole, and analyse carefully:viewtopic.php?f=35&t=29790&p=350490&hilit=recommendation+value#p350490
Key stage 1 scores all level 3 except writing 2b is it worth putting these in
Probably not, in view of the 2b.
only circumstantial extenuating circumstances which I expect will be ignored .
Depends what they are, and what the evidence is.
Also all round kid lots of sport and other stuff etc but expect this will be ignored too .
Stick to academic evidence!
Forgot to say key stage 2 predicted 5b across board except 5 a reading
Sounds quite acceptable for appeal purposes.
I except chances of appeal very slim in current climate with lower head scores but school say they will fully support and should be at grammar. Any thoughts
Anyone with scores as high as 119/117 ought to be appealing - which is not, of course, a prediction of what the outcome might be!
Other (possible) considerations:
• how realistic the headteacher's overall recommendations are perceived to be.
• how exactly the headteacher expresses the strength of the school's support: http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/appeal ... cation#b41
• whether the school reports show high ability and real academic potential rather than just conscientious effort