I've just re read my question and I'm so sorry for all those dreadful spelling mistakes.
Thank you for getting back to me so quickly. The only evidence I really have for his NVR is his NFER score from June 08.Our school do not do any NVR and he wasn't tutored.Although he passed his Maths it was not a brilliant score but KCC did say to me it was very unusual for a child to pass the Maths and fail the NVR.His greatest strength is his VR and strangley enough in his NFER scores he gained one mark more for his NVR than for his VR.In the Kent test he achieved 137 VR 114 Maths 109 NVR.
The headteacher did take it to review but I have a copy of this and the HT side of it was not exactly well excuted.The panel said that his Maths did not show higher level Maths so he is trying especially hard to correct this and to make sure can show his grammar to take to the formal appeal.
Do you still think I should mention his weak points still or concentrate on the fact that English is his thing.
Sorry to be so long winded but I'm still not sure.