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.

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Rising Year 7s

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Information about Y6 to Y7 transition will be sent to all parents and students who have been offered a school place in due course.  If you have any questions, please get in touch via

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We know at Aureus that transition to Secondary school can be both an exciting, but nerve-wracking time, and we also know that choosing a Secondary school is a big decision. 

We hope that we can make that move a little easier, which is why we host a number of events and make visits to local primary schools, so that we can get to know our Rising Year 7s before they get to us - sometimes years before! 

Our main transition for Rising Year 7s includes a transition day, where you get to meet some of the key staff at Aureus - this includes Ms Rogers (Headteacher) and the Year 7 Pastoral Team (Miss Costar, Head of Year, and Mrs Fisher, Pastoral Welfare Leader), as well as some of your new classroom teachers. Alongside this, we welcome you and your parents to meet us separate from this and ask us any questions that will help you settle into your new school, here at Aureus. 

We look forward to welcoming any new, and prospective students to our fantastic school! 

Miss Costar 
Head of Year 6 & 7 

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Our transition activities begin at the start of the Summer Term.

Activities Include: 

  • Aureus School staff members will be contacting primary schools to gather relevant academic information about students joining our school.            
  • All parents/carers will have a telephone call from a member of the Aureus transition team towards the end of June and into July to talk about any worries or fears about starting a new school.              
  • All students will be invited to a transition day at Aureus in the Summer term.
  • All parents and carers will be invited to an Information Evening at Aureus in the Summer term.
  • All students will be able to access a transition booklet with a ‘who's who’ page of staff in the Pastoral team and Leadership team.It will also contain some activities to be completed at home.        
  • Students with SEND, students in receipt of Pupil Premium and students with individual needs will be offered a range of extra activities depending upon their need.  These may include: extra visits to the school and meetings with parents/carers, relevant professionals and primary school staff.

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