This year's results are truly incredible! A 99% pass rate for our GCSE students and more!
Our goal is to provide a pathway to education, utilising technology as a way of ensuring an accessible and inclusive service. We are results driven and aspire to have all our students achieve the very best they possibly can, whether their success is academic or away from the league tables. By recognising and celebrating our students’ attainment and our accomplishments, we illustrate the definite need and future for Nisai.
Our diverse and inclusive environment is our proudest achievement at Nisai. We accept, include and provide a personalised curriculum for each student and continually customise the Nisai Virtual Academy based on their feedback and requirements. Of our hundreds of students, 98% have some form of learning barrier; the most common include EDB, ME and Permanently Excluded.
Our GCSE results are incredible! 47% of grades achieved were A* - C and 99% of grades were a pass. That’s higher than the National average of 98%! By placing our students in classes at a similar level we enable young people regardless of age to study without embarrassment or discomfort. For example, a School-Aged Mother may re-sit her GCSEs at a later date, studying from the convenience of her own home to ensure she completes her education. An ME student may complete one or two subjects a year in order to maintain his or her strength and eventually achieve enough qualifications to continue on to Higher Education. Our results promote the success of inclusive education and the nourishing environment that Nisai provides our students.
A Level Results
Providing multiple pathways to higher education is something we’re delighted to have available, whether that’s a vocational route through the Nisai Skills Academy or through the range of A Levels we offer through the Nisai Virtual Academy. The 75% pass rate for A Levels correctly compares against the national average as according to Schools Week, the A Level pass rate was 98.1% of entries.
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