• Curriculum

The School's Curriculum

At Netherhall Learning Campus Junior School, we pride ourselves in providing our children with an exciting and engaging curriculum.

This section of our website is designed to give you an overview of some of the areas we cover. Should you require more information about a particular curriculum area, do not hesitate to contact us via the main school office.

At Netherhall Learning Campus Junior School, we believe that the ability to communicate effectively is essential in all aspects of life. With that in mind, we ensure that our Literacy lessons are rich with reading, writing, speaking and listening opportunities.
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At Netherhall Learning Campus Junior School, mathematics is taught in a variety of ways. Learning is active and children are encouraged to apply their understanding through problem solving and exploration.
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Reading and Phonics
This page provides information about the reading and phonics work we carry out at Netherhall Junior School
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SEND and Additional Needs
Netherhall Learning Campus Junior School (Rawthorpe Junior School) aims to provide a high quality educational experience in a safe and caring environment. We aim to be a fully inclusive school where all pupils feel happy, confident and enthusiastic about their learning.
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CLICK is the special name we give to our Creative Curriculum - Creative Learning Inspires Clever Kids!
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Rawthorpe Lane

Tel: 01484 300080
Fax: 01484 300080

About the NLC

Netherhall Learning Campus consists of four schools, covering the full age and ability range from 3 – 19 years, each with its own distinctive ethos; each with its own individual identity and each catering to the specific needs of its students.

Introduction from the Head OF SCHOOL

Hello and welcome to our school website. We hope you like it and find everything you need.



Zoe Lowe

Head of School



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