And is the fact that four out of six ranked as 1:1 got through good?
67% is lower than we suggest (80%), but percentages may not help with low numbers. In the Q&As we go on to say "(v) Percentages can be a bit misleading when the number involved is very small. For example, if a headteacher recommends just three pupils, the only possible success rates are 0%, 33.3%, 66.6% and 100% – nothing in between! In reality the difference between one child qualifying (a 33.3% success rate) and two (a 66.6% success rate) is slight. The important thing is that ideally there should be no huge number of unsuccessful recommendations (especially ‘1s’).
"http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/appeal ... laneous#e9
I think a panel would need to see all the school's recommendations (which they will) to form a judgement.
He is on the gifted and talented register for maths, and was the only child out of year five to be put up to year six last year.
See Note 2:http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/appeal ... cation#b11
What do you think of his SATS levels?