My son's school had only a handful of children taking the exam. His teacher said they would appeal for him and the same was said to another child at least. I have had no contact with the Headmaster - what could he say further to me?
The other child had his books go missing for a week - my son didn't. I was very surprised. Why take one childs books because my son became a little suspicious (not that he knew what was going on). I realise it may be an appeal.
Would that be enough time for those to be sent off?
I would like some advice on this?
I have another child year 4 very keen to do eleven plus (mad)
I have great faith in my son, in his abilities and feel I know his academic standard very well. My son has only chosen a non selective grammar as he "likes" it. It is the nearest, suits his personality and offers the sport he loves. The two selective grammars he felt were not for him so obviously our choice of schools has been limited with almost all requiring you to put them as first choice. Such is life!
Not long to go