Granada Learning Assessment
An exam board, also called GLA
Granada Learning Assessment (GLA) is not subject to FOI but is the major provider of 11+ tests in England and Northern Ireland earning an estimated £1.5m*. GLA provides services under contracts made with public authorities (schools admissions authorities) which are a function of those authorities.
*The First Tier Tribunal Coombs v ICO and Durham University (http://informationrights.decisions.tribunals.gov.uk/DBFiles/Decision/i1785/018%20250416%20Coombs%20judgement%20final.pdf) recorded that the provision of 11+ testing is a duopoly and the other test provider, CEM, earned £1m from 40% of this market from which it can be inferred that GLA earned ~£1.5m.
Source: James Coombs of TRAK - originally founded as a campaign to persuade certain local schools, which followed the market economy approach dictated by government, to do a bit more for local families.