School is closed to Year 7, 8 & 9 until 2nd November 2020

Year Groups

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Year 7

Head of Year

  • Mr S Kirkby

Tutor Sets and Tutors

  • 7.1: Mr B Hughes
  • 7.2: Miss R Kinnersley & Mr A Case
  • 7.3: Ms H Gurd & Mr K Gregson
  • 7.4: Mr A Fearnley
  • 7.5: Mr J Smith
  • 7.6: Mrs S Ellis

Year 9

Head of Year

  • Miss G Malhi

Tutor Sets and Tutors

  • 9.1: Mr J Cooke
  • 9.2: Mrs L Martin & Mrs V Tice
  • 9.3: Miss G Lievesley
  • 9.4: Miss G Grantham
  • 9.5: Ms Weld & Ms T Riley
  • 9.6: Miss C Porter

Year 10

Head of Year

  • Miss L Strawson

Tutor Sets and Tutors

  • 10.1: Miss C Arnold
  • 10.2: Mrs H Smeeth
  • 10.3: Mr S Purwaha
  • 10.4: Mr J Fleming
  • 10.5: Mr P Worrall
  • 10.6: Miss E Sayer & Ms S Dodd

Year 11

Head of Year

  • Mr L James (School Leader)

assistant Head of Year

  • Ms C Green

Tutors Sets and Tutors

  • 11.1: Mr D Townsend
  • 11.2: Mr R Mill & Mrs H Chahal
  • 11.3: Ms M Pullein
  • 11.4: Miss A Carter
  • 11.5: Mr C Dupey / Ms S Stephenson
  • 11.6: Mrs L Mapfaira

Post 16

As a sixth form, we are extremely proud of our excellent KS5 outcomes, which continue to improve year on year. NUSA Post 16 aims to ensure all students out-perform their nationally generated predicted grades. This is what is meant by the term “value added”. We are delighted to report that our level 3 cohort achieved on average a Distinction+ grade upon completion of their respective vocational courses. Closer inspection of results show that:

  • 100% of Health & Social Care level 3 grades were Merits or above
  • 73% of Health & Social Care level 3 grades were Distinction* or Distinction
  • 100% of Childcare level 3 grades were a Merit or above
  • 50% of Childcare level 3 grades were a Distinction
  • 100% of Sport level 3 grades were Distinction* or Distinction
  • 86% of Business level 3 grades were a Merit or above
  • 43% of Business level 3 grades were Distinction* or Distinction

Students who completed level 2 qualifications within NUSA Post 16 fared well in their studies in 2016/17, with 100% of full-time learners securing progress beyond KS4 attainment levels.

A number of students who enrol within NUSA Post 16 access our GCSE English and/or Maths resit programme. Nationally, one-third of students (33%) make a least one level of progress in their resit(s) during their time within further education. It is pleasing to report that NUSA’s Post 16 student results with 44% of English and 60% of Maths students showing progress from their KS4 levels.

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