Did your daughter pass the exam in the first place (your appeal was on grounds of oversubscription) or not (the appeal was against non-qualification & oversubscription)?
If the former, did you keep your daughter on the waiting list after the appeals were heard?
Cup of tea wrote:
I don't think you need to 'appeal' in the first instance.
you can only have a second appeal like that if there's been a major change of circumstances - appealing still against the original decision. What you need to do is apply for a place again for your daughter, then if one isn't offered, you can appeal against this new decision.
One good point to remember is the financial armageddon facing most schools (especially GS) as funding is being cut yet again. So, this stands in your favour as all GS's will try and accommodate as many students as possible in each year.
This may or may not apply. Some grammars use a work-around in the admissions code where for Y8 & up they can 'top up' from the waiting list to a level they feel they can accommodate. So a school with a PAN of 112 might actually be able to fit 30- in each class, so tops up to 120. They have to take from the top of the waiting list, of course, which itself can shrink and grow as children move into the area.
My advice - have a chat with the person who deals with admissions at the school.