You can’t take exams at two different centres in the same ‘series’ (. summer or January). If the timetable permits, you could ask the school to enter you for extra exams, though you might have to pay. Ask your exams officer – they’re the experts and know you son’s situation.
It looks like you’ve read the page on science GCSEs ( http:///science-gcse/ ) so you know the structure. Because of the new flexibility that I describe on that page, the school can organise science in different ways. There are only three exams for triple science. They can be taken together in year 11, or split between yr 10 and 11. Biology in year 10 and the others in yr 11. Or, the school could go down the route of Core science in yr10 and additional plus further addition in year 11.
Overton Grange School is a co-educational community of approximately 1,250 11-19 year old students. In June 2011 the School converted from being a secondary school run by the London Borough of Sutton to ‘Academy Status’ (an independent state school overseen by the Department for Education). This means we have more control over our curriculum and resources but we remain absolutely committed to high quality non-selective education for local Sutton children and to working in close partnership with secondary and primary schools and the local community.