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2016 GCSE Results

Netherhall Learning Campus High School Students have yet again surpassed all expectations to out perform both school and Local Authority targets. With 100% of students achieving at least one qualification, 94% achieving 5+ A*-G and 65% achieving 5 A* - C.

With the introduction of the new progress measures, both school and students have yet again made a significant impact on student progress. Student progress in Maths and Science is strong sitting above Local Authority and National Averages at +0.43 and +0.35 respectively, while the schools progress 8 measure also show the positive impact the school has on students with a progress score of +0.16.

“Yet again the students have achieved some outstanding results and have made significant progress since joining us at Netherhall Learning Campus. It never ceases to suprise me - students year on year surpass all realistic expectations, this year we are especially delighted in the light of the new measures by the progress made by all our students across all of their curriculum areas regardless of their starting points. The continual success of both the High School and The Creative and Media Studio School is a direct result of the hard work and dedication of our governors, staff, students and parents alike. We wish all our students every success for thier bright futures ahead.”

Michael Kent - Co-Headteacher

Attainment 8
Student Progress
School Progress 8 Progress 8 Maths Progress 8 English Progress 8 Science Value Added
4.79 +0.16 +0.43 -0.3 +0.35 1015.45


5 A*-C inc.English and Maths.

A*-C inc. English & Maths. (Basics)


A* - C English A*- C Maths


At least 1 qualification EBacc

58% (+5%)

60% (+7%)

65% (-3%)

64% (+8%)

75% (-4%)

94% (-4%)

100% 4%

Progress 8


* Unvalidated 2016 results. 




Netherhall High School
Netherhall Avenue,

Tel: 01484 382140 
Email info@nlconline.org.uk

Named contact for queries: Joanne Ainley ainleyj@nlconline.org.uk

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About the NLC

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.