GLF Schools

GLF Schools

GLF Schools was founded in 2012 in order to enable the federation of Glyn School (an academy in 2011) and Danetree Junior School. Together, we began our journey to become a MAT of more than 1000 talented staff working with over 10,000 children in 40 schools across 5 regions in southern England.

Exams Office

Examination Officer Contact Details

Mrs Fiona Gimber
Rosebery School – Centre: 64675
01372 845493

A Level & GCSE Timetable - Summer 2022

Student Examination Handbook

Subject Codes 2021-22

Exam Certificates

Exam Certificates

Exam certificates for 2022 will be released to schools by exam boards in late November 2022.  We will contact students later this year with information on how to obtain certificates.  If you have left the school and moved address in the interim, please ensure that you give your new email/home address details to the Exams Office so we can contact you.  For those students who are leaving the school you have the option of having your certificates sent to you via recorded delivery for a fee of £5.  The service will be available on ParentPay and will remain open until the end of the summer term.

UCAS and Priority Appeals

UCAS and Priority Appeals

We strongly advise login into the UCAS website to check updates of offers before coming in to collect results. We believe this should happen on or shortly before 8:30am. This would mean students arrive knowing what advice and guidance, if any, they may need. All students who require support with UCAS offers or UCAS clearing should collect results and make their way up to the Sixth Form work area, where you will be supported in the various options you have.

The process for requesting a centre review is outlined below, which includes reference for priority appeals which are for those students who are applying to higher education but did not attain their firm choice.

Centre Reviews (Appeals)

Any student who has concerns regarding their results should, in the first instance discuss this with a member of the Senior Leadership Team who will be available on results day.  Students can submit a request for the centre to review a result on either of the following grounds:

  1. The centre failed to follow its procedures properly or consistently in arriving at the result given; or
  2. made an administrative error in relation to the result.

The results of any review will be shared with the student.

Requests for appeals on the grounds of academic judgement (unreasonableness) will only be considered by an awarding organisation and not by centres.  In these cases, an initial review by the centre must be completed to ensure no procedural or administrative errors have been made prior to any further action being taken.

The Student Request for Centre Review Form should be completed and signed by the student and returned to the Exam Office by the deadlines via the email address: or in person.

JCQ Regulations and Information for Candidates