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PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2009 5:28 pm 
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[quote="rainbow"]I'm absolutely staggered at the allegations of Colyton being 'amoral' - unless empowering pupils with a wide appreciation of various religious beliefs is indeed the definition of 'amoral' - which isn't my understanding.[/quote]

My thoughts exactly rainbow.


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You seem to be suggesting something rather 'sinister', Loopyloulou. From what I can tell you don't actually have a child at Colyton, I wonder therefore with what authority you feel able to comment on the school?


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As can be said for lots of schools. I still don't understand how you feel 'qualified' to make such strong statements about the school. :?

Good luck to all those taking the 11+ this weekend!


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(Off Topic.)

I am about to start a thread in Everything Else about morality and religion if anyone is interested.


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When the school inform you whether your child has passed, do they tell you their score or ranking?


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And buzzard, would you have chosen differently given the time again?


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No, just whether they have reached the qualifying score.


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[quote="northernsoul"]When the school inform you whether your child has passed, do they tell you their score or ranking?[/quote]

Adding to rainbow's post.....when you receive the letter towards the end of January, if they have qualified it will tell you their name has been added to the list of eligible students, however this does not guarantee your child a place and you will have to wait until March 1st to hear if the LEA have allocated your child a place.

...and the wait is awful, it seems to take forever to come round.


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