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Admissions 2025

Gloucestershire Grammar Schools Admissions Test Timeline for September 2025 Entry 

Monday 20th May 2024 (noon) to Friday 28th June 2024 (noon) 
 

Registration for the test for admission into our school for Year 7 2025 is now open. Please click the link below to register.

On the registration form you may include a request for Special Education Needs to be considered, i.e extra time, rest breaks, enlarged papers, etc.  For the request to be considered you must supply, for example, an EHCP or Educational Psychologist report which is less than two years old.  You are also able to include any medical details regarding your child, such as diabetes, asthma, etc.  You can select which schools you wish to share your child's score with and your preferred test centre. 

Register for the test

Early September 2024 

Your child’s Test Centre School will contact you with times, what to bring, what not to bring, etc. in early September.

Saturday 14th September 2024

The same test will be held at all seven Gloucestershire Grammar Schools on this day.

Mid October 2024

Results for Denmark Road Grammar School will be emailed to parents.

By 31st October 2024

Parents/Carers must submit their secondary school Common Application Form to their Local Authority by 31st October 2024. 

1st March 2025

Your Local Authority will inform you which school your child has been allocated on this day.

Please note : GCC strongly encourage you to accept the school place you have been offered, even if you go on another school’s waiting list, to ensure your child has a school place in September 2025.

Children who have not met the qualifying standard (i.e. have not passed the test) are unable to join the waiting list. 

Useful Information



We advise that in accordance with the Admissions Code paragraph 3.6 we have corrected a misprint in our Admissions Policy 2025. The correction relates to over subscription criteria ‘v’ where ‘not’ was included in error. The misprint has been removed so the statement now reads as follows:

v) Applicants who have met the Qualifying Standard, or have achieved the Priority Standard and live within Gloucester (Postcodes GL1, GL2, GL3, GL4). The Priority Standard is not a fixed score but is determined each year by the School’s Admissions Committee. In any year the Priority Standard is lower than the Qualifying Standard but still reflecting a selective ability level. Within the category, applicants will be given priority if they are a looked after child; then if they have a sibling [d] at the School; then ranked by their distance from the school.

The full policy is available below.

We apologise for any confusion the misprint may have caused. Please do contact admissions@denmarkroad.org should further clarification be required, we also have an Open Morning on 13th June 2024 where any questions would be addressed.

Admissions Policy 2025 Revised

Gloucestershire Admissions Information Booklet