Capers123: The school was at PAN.
So, yes, the school is full.
Here is another point - during questioning the Head admitted there was no prejudice to education (though she had tried to make the case for prejudice to resources), but despite that the panel still found in her favour.
Surely if it was so clear there was no 'prejudice to education' case, the panel should have found in the appellants' favour?
Prejudice to health & safety? As in: there's no problems with teaching 31 children in the class as opposed to 30, but there's no space in the corridors?
I'm just playing devils advocate here. I'd have asked more questions.
It may be that there was no prejudice to education - and that the panel did allow some appeals until they found that the prejudice did outweigh the parents case. Do you know if any other appeals were allowed?