Hello all, I've been trying to get to the bottom of what is turning out to be a difficult topic to get much information on. Any help or advice will be very much appreciated. On Friday morning, I received an email from the school following a request for information about the arrangements for the forthcoming SAT's. Here is an extract. I think she would want to feel involved in the SATs as she has wanted to be part of the revision group for the last 3 weeks. As discussed, she has been disapplied so no pressure is on (child's name) to complete the tests, however I think she would want to feel part of it. When she is doing the tests she will have her 1:1 and can leave at anytime… This was the very first I had heard of this, and was shocked. Our daughter has worked really hard for years to follow the curriculum and we had geared her up to doing them. The idea that she wouldn't sit the tests had never been broached, and for us, it had never occurred to us this might happen. I contacted the school immediately and was called in to discuss the matter by the head. I was told it could be reversed against their judgement and I stated that this was the outcome we wanted. I was then sent evidence (I didn't request this) that she had been submitted - by way of a register indicating a tick (no code) against our child's name. So, in theory, all's well that ends well… Child has studied for the test, child has been supported in a classroom with additional time and support available subject to usual rules, child has sat the test, and child has been entered. I don't want to sound paranoid here, (although even I can see this is a possibility!) …but is it really possible that this can happen, that a child be disapplied on the Friday (although the paperwork around this would have happened months ago; unbeknown to us) and yet, sitting the test like everyone else on the Monday?