Because every child is unique, the school works hard to ensure that they follow a learning journey tailored to meet individual need.
Exam results are important. Netherhall High School is uncompromisingly focussed on ensuring that each child, no matter what their level of ability, achieves the best possible
While most will follow a traditional range of subjects to meet the requirements of the new ‘E-Bac’ standard, others will follow alternative learning pathways leading to vocational qualifications and experience.
This commitment to pupil achievement is reflected in the rapid and sustained improvement in exam results, year on year since 2006.
This is achieved by...
“teachers use their secure subject knowledge well, transmitting their enthusiasm to the students and providing lively lessons.” (OfSTED report Nov. 2011)
“students are provided with information frequently, particularly during lessons, about how well they are doing and what standards are required for achieving higher levels in their work” (OfSTED report Nov. 2011)
“Very few (students) do not go on to education, employment or training after leaving” (OfSTED report Nov. 2011)
As well as laying the foundations for academic success, Netherhall Learning Campus High School places great importance on nurturing talent.
From the moment a visitor enters the building, the emphasis on the Creative Arts is clear. All students are encouraged to get involved with music, drama, art and textiles.
In a state-of-the-art suite of music and drama studios, high school students gain the technical skill to compose, record and edit their own work as well as experiencing the excitement of performing established works on stage.
Netherhall High School
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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.