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7 May 2024
Our Transition Information Presentation is available to view in the Parents/ Carers Transition Events and Letters area.  

18 March 2024  
We have today sent an email with the Transition welcome letter attached - this letter contains details of the documentation to complete and submit back to us as soon as possible and by 19 April at the latest. A copy of the letter can also be found in the Parent Carer Transition Events and Letters Tab.

1 March 2024
We look forward to welcoming students who will be joining us in Year 7 in September 2024 and getting to know their parents/carers.  

Regular updates and key information around the Transition process will be added here shortly. You will also receive an email from us prior to the Easter break, with necessary documentation to complete.

Our communications to parents/ carers will be through the email addresses provided by  Warwickshire County Council, during the application stage.

We look forward to meeting you soon.

We recognise that the transition to a secondary school is a very exciting time but, in some cases, it can also be an anxious time. To ensure all students have a positive experience, and in order to settle quickly, we have an extensive transition programme in place, including enhanced support for individual students. 

Transition events include: 

  • Primary school visits
  • Enhanced Transition Programme
  • Transition day for students
  • Transition Information Presentation Online 
  • Get to know NLS day

To view transition information for Parents and Carers click on the links on the left and the Parents and Carers section for school news, term dates, and other useful information.

Mrs J McBride


Mr Lowdell's Welcome to North Leamington School

Virtual Tour of North Leamington School

Tips from our Year 7 Transition Leaders 

Its not scary at all, you get used to it very quickly and that they’ll love North Leam

Don't Worry About Getting Lost

 There  is always be someone to you help you so don’t worry about asking someone for help - there are plenty of teachers and students who can help you find your way around.

The teachers are always there to help if you get lost or have any queries.

Follow your class mates to your next class if you don't know where it is as they will probably be going to the same place.

There is nothing to worry about and everyone is in the same situation as you.

Don't Worry About Making Friends

Be friendly and go in with an open mind to new people you meet.

Joining clubs is a good way to build confidence and make friends.

Everyone's really nice and welcoming, also everyone is going through the same thing right now.

Useful Tips:

Most of your books are kept in your bag so make sure you have a big enough bag.

If you need help with anything Student Services can help.  

Have a pen, pencil and ruler with you at all times because the school don't hand them out.

Make as many friends as you can. 

Be brave, be strong,  be positive, don't give up.

I have loved making new friends and learning so many things.

I've loved all the opportunities.