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Hi, this is Jim.
If are to rely upon the documents sent to the court then they need to be signed - the reason being a signature and date are both required for the "statement of truth" which is the section at the end of the document confirming to the court you believe the facts in the document are true.
Under rule 22 of the CPR it would also not be admissible as evidence and may also be struck out on direction of the court : https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/part22
That's the main document so yes, that would be fine. As far as the other documents are concerned the court may direct that signed copies are sent - within a certain time frame - and if they are not then the appeal is struck out, etc.
You could do, yes.