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  • Celebrating World Book Day

    Published 08/03/24

    To celebrate World Book Day staff committed whole-heartedly to dressing up as their favourite literary characters. NLS was transformed overnight and played host to the worlds of Dr Seuss, Percy Jackson’s Camp Half Blood and friends from The Hundred Acre Wood. Legend has it that even an Oompa-Loompa, The Mad Hatter and Captain Hook were spotted on site! Taking away the staff prize this year were the PE department for their rendition of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’

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  • Students Showcase Their Talent At Our Dance Recital

    Published 28/02/24

    On Wednesday evening (March 13) 70 students showcased their wonderful talent and passion for dance at the annual Dance Recital.

    An audience of over 200 were treated to a range of styles by students across Year 7 to 12  who are members of our Dance Club, Dance Leaders and those who study Dance.
    There were a range of styles performed including Contemporary, Street and Jazz from BTEC assessment work to extracurricular clubs and students’ own choreographed pieces.

    All the dancers involved, along with our two student technicians backstage, were so professional and enthusiastic during the show.

    It was fantastic to see all their hard work and creativity come to light in the performance.

    See you again next year!





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  • Year 7 win the League title and a place in the District Cup Final

    Published 08/02/24

    A huge congratulations to our Year 7 football team who won the League title and a place in the District Cup Final following their most recent win.     

    Well done to all the students have represented the team so far this season and good luck to them in the final.

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  • Supporting National Apprenticeship Week - February 5 to 11

    Published 06/02/24

    In support of National Apprenticeship week, last week subject teachers shared video clips in lessons as part of our promotion of apprenticeships being an option post 16 and post 18.

    The clips showed information and real life apprenticeship stories linked to subject areas.

    In addition to apprenticeship information we cover as part of their careers curriculum this was a real opportunity for students to learn more about apprenticeships as a future pathway option.

    Year 12 and Year 13 students in Tutor Time students explored what was available through discussion and online material.  Some attended the Ricoh Arena event last week in order to explore myriad opportunities available to them in various industry sectors. On their return they reported how positive the experience was.

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  • Futures Teaching Alliance Train to Teach Event

    Published 05/02/24

    Futures Teaching Alliance are hosting a Get into Teaching Experience Morning at North Leamington School.  

    You can book a place at:

    Further information can be found on their website at:















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  • The Next CISCO Networking Academy Course … Introduction to Packet Tracer is Launched

    Published 02/02/24

    The Computer Science Department is launching its next CISCO Networking Academy course … Introduction to Packet Tracer.

    Deepen your understanding of how a network works, and step into the virtual lab to build your own! With Cisco Packet Tracer, you can watch how data travels across your network using Simulation Mode, or practice setting up your own device rack and cables in Physical Mode. Once you are ready, expand your simulations to analyze network traffic, add Internet of Things (IoT) devices, integrate Python code, or practice network automation skills.

    New to networking? No problem. Cisco Packet Tracer enables a suite of tutored activities that give you hints along the way, if you want them.

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  • Careers Event for Year 10 & Year 11

    Published 02/02/24

    In January we welcomed 30 external education and employer providers to support our annual Careers Fair for Year 10 and Year 11 students.

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  • Introducing our anti-bullying ambassadors

    Published 19/01/24

    We are delighted to introduce our anti-bullying ambassadors as part of The Diana Award Anti-bullying Programme.

    As an ambassador, their role is to help educate their peers on bullying behaviour, lead on anti-bullying campaigns, promote a culture which celebrates and tolerates difference, and help keep their peers safe both online and offline.

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  • Year 9 Revision and Support Evening - Thursday 25 January

    Published 15/01/24

    On Thursday 25 January we are holding a revision and support evening for all Year 9 parents and students.

    The evening will offer advice and guidance in helping parents support their child at home with revision strategies and to support them with how they can manage their independent learning and revision in preparation for their transition to Key Stage 4 at the end of this academic year.

    There will be an opportunity to attend at two different times:

    Session 1 – 16.30 – 17.30
    Session 2 – 17.45 – 18.45

    Please complete the short form here to indicate the time you wish to attend.

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  • NLS achieves the FairActive Award

    Published 12/01/24

    We are thrilled to announce that we have achieved the next level of the Fair Trade school accreditation. We are now a FairActive school, which demonstrates our commitment to raising awareness among our students about Fair Trade.

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  • Over £800 raised for Save the Children Charity

    Published 12/01/24

    Students were invited to wear their Christmas Jumpers on Friday 15th December and it was fantastic to see so many students joining in and raising money for Save the Children Charity. We are delighted to have raised over £800 for the charity.

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  • Christmas Hampers for the Community

    Published 20/12/23

    During December our tutor groups have been filling hampers with Christmas items and then, as a group, have decided who they would like to receive the hamper.

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