Have you had the his scores from the KE Foundation for his results in the respective VR, NVR and Numerical sections. (They will give you a breakdown by each section if you ask)
Also can you provide details of which KE schools you applied for (in what order) and how far out from the pass mark.
You need to see first of all if the KE Test results correlates with the GCA results which might indicate possible grounds for Appeal, particularly if the scores are close to the pass mark.
As Etienne mentioned, there are very few successful Appeals to the KE Foundation.
Not doubt you are aware of the Kings Grammar School judgement by the Local Government Ombudmans last year:-
Kingâ€™s Grammar School, Grantham (07C03329)
School admissions Maladministration causing injustice
26 July 2008
Kingâ€™s Grammar School, Grantham, failed to make reasonable adjustments for an autistic boy sitting its 11-plus entrance exam. The Ombudsman says that the School had taken incorrect advice and failed to consider its duties under the Disability Discrimination Act and the Governmentâ€™s Codes of Practice on School Admissions and School Admission Appeals.
The Ombudsman was pleased that the School quickly accepted its fault and agreed to follow her recommendations for a remedy.
An autistic boy with dyspraxia and attention deficit disorder sat the 11-plus exam for Kingâ€™s Grammar School, Grantham. Acting on advice from a consortium of local grammar schools, the School failed to make any adjustments for him. The consortium wrongly advised that adjustments did not need to be made unless a child had a statement of special educational needs. The boyâ€™s conditions came within the definition of disability, and so the School was under a duty to ensure that he was not disadvantaged.
The boy became so upset during the exam that, part-way through, he could not see the paper and was very distraught. He failed the exam, and his mother appealed against the consequent refusal of a place at the School. The record of the appeal panel hearing shows that it did not consider the Schoolâ€™s duties under the Disability Discrimination Act or the Codes of Practice of School Admissions and School Admissions Appeals. The Ombudsman says this was maladministration.
The boy was admitted to another grammar school on the basis of his SATS results and his junior schoolâ€™s recommendations.
The School has accepted and acted on the Ombudsmanâ€™s recommendation that it should:
apologise to the complainant and her son, and give a gift token to the value of Â£50 by way of compensation;
inform applicants of how to raise potential disability issues before their child sits the 11 plus examination; and
whenever disability issues arise in future, make reasonable enquiries and consider its responsibilities in light of the individual circumstances, the law and government guidance.
Date Published: 09/10/08