Pupils should have opportunities to broaden their horizons and engage in new and different experiences. This might include learning new skill, such as photography, learning a musical instrument, taking part in creative activities such as Art or Drama, increasing their health and fitness through physical activities or developing increased self-confidence and life skills through such schemes as the Duke of Edinburgh awards.
In addition to regular weekly activities listed below, students will also be offered the opportunity to take part in visits to museums, galleries, theatres and sites of historical and cultural interest, including trips abroad.
Are you interested in Films?
Sitting down and watching a great film with like-minded film fans is what FilmClub is all about. Films have the power to amaze, engage, inspire and entertain. As well as watching films during the FilmClub here at Netherhall Learning Campus, we take trips to local cinemas and film festivals taking place in cinemas in the region.
FilmClub takes place in the Studio School every Thursday after school and offers a range of films for ages 11-16. Come along with your friends and watch your favourite films such as: Harry Potter; The Rise of the Guardians; Finding Nemo; Billy Elliot; Despicable Me and The Hobbit to name just a few.
- FilmClub is run through the support of IntoFilm and the BFI.
The department provides on-going support for all students throughout the year. Students also have access to websites that can significantly improve their prospects of improving achievement levels. Providing they have Internet access, students can work at school or at home as part of their individual independent learning programmes. At school, staff are always on hand to explain particular processes or deal with specific questions that are causing the student difficulty.
Music plays a very important part in the life of NLC and all students are encouraged to take part in one of the many activities on offer. Students who already play an instrument will automatically continue on transfer from Year 6, while for others there are lots of opportunities to learn new skills and techniques.
The department offers students the chance to try new sports, improve their own fitness levels or to train as part of competitive teams. Matches run throughout the year and times may vary according to the demands of the league fixtures. Sports are offered according to the season and practice nights will vary depending on staff commitments. Activities are open equally to boys and girls depending on demand.
Netherhall High School
Tel: 01484 382140
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NLC consists of four schools, covering a full range of ability from 3 - 19 years. Each school has its own distinctive ethos and identity but all share the common goal of catering to the specific needs of each student.