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At an appeal, the school will present their case for why they cannot take any extra children and why it would be bad for the school if they had to admit more children. You then present your reasons for why your child must go to this school even though it is full and why it would be bad for your child if they had to go to a different school. Try to to support your case with evidence if you can. The appeal panel listen to both cases, ask questions and then decide which case is stronger. If you are successful your child will be given a place at the school even though it is already full.
You can present whatever reasons you want at an appeal but you are unlikely to win an appeal if your case is simply that you prefer one school to another or that you think one school is better than another. You will need to set out a case that shows why your child must be at this school and only this school and why it would be bad for them if they weren't. This is not easy as most schools generally do the same the same things and most schools can support most needs. You will need to focus on your child and their particular needs. You will need to try and find evidence to support your case - this could be letters or statements from relevant people involved with your child and/or your family.
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