Exams Office

2018 Exam certificates

Exam certificates for pupils are available to collect from reception for qualifications taken in the summer of 2018. Ex pupils will need to collect and sign for these in reception or send in proof of their identity with a relative or friend.

We also have certificates from other years. Please phone or email to check if you are a former pupil who never collected their certificates.

Year 11 Mock exam timetable 2018

Please click here to see the Year 11 Mock exam timetable for 2018

Summer examination table 2018

Please click here to see the Summer Examination Table for 2018

GCSE Certificates 2010-2017

We still have a large number of examination certificates dating from 2010 - 2017. If you have not collected yours give reception a call on 0115 9291492 to arrange a convenient time to collect.

GCSE Summer 2016 Exam certificates

GCSE Summer Exam Certificates are now available to collect from reception. Please note that certificates can only be collected by the student or parent.

NUSA Key Stage 4 Exam Results

Once again, we are delighted with the results secured by our students this year. Everyone’s commitment and hard work has paid dividends, meaning more life choices and better life chances for our students than ever before.

A record number of NUSA students have secured aspirational College and Post 16 places. The number of students enrolling at NUSA Post 16 has doubled this year and we have also seen a 33% increase in the number of our students studying A-Levels at colleges across the city.

I would like to applaud our students for their sheer determination and the incredible effort that they have put in to achieve these grades. We wish them the best of luck with their chosen path and their lives beyond NUSA.

Mark Trimingham
Head of School

exam results data

In 2016, Attainment 8 measures the achievement of a pupil across 8 qualifications including Mathematics and English (both double weighted), 3 qualifications that count in the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) measure and 3 further qualifications.

A Progress 8 score is calculated for each pupil by comparing their achievement –their Attainment 8 score – with the average Attainment 8 score of all pupils nationally who had a similar starting point, calculated using assessment results from the end of primary school. Progress 8 gives an indication of whether, as a group, pupils in this school made above or below average progress compared to similar pupils in other schools. Progress 8 results above are a prediction based on previous years. They therefore need to be treated with some caution. The official 2018 National averages are expected to be released by the start of next year.

To achieve the EBACC, pupils need to have gained a grace 5 or above in English, Maths, History or Geography, two sciences and a modern foreign language.

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