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  • Virtual Parents' Evening- Y7 and Y9

    Published 24/01/22

    Monday 24 January 2022

    4:30-7pm via School Cloud

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  • Y7 Whitemoor Lakes residential trip

    Published 19/01/22

    Year 7 trip to Whitemoor Lakes Adventure Centre in Lichfield, Staffordshire

    1-3 April 2022

    Outdoor adventure school residential trips are an excellent way to enhance learning and build upon foundations learnt in the classroom. They also allow young people to develop their skillset and try a range of exciting activities, such as kayaking, climbing and problem-solving. Overcoming new challenges and working collectively as a team can help improve students’ relationships with their peers and foster better relations with teaching staff. Spending time away from home in an unfamiliar environment can bolster self-confidence and help instil problem-solving skills and a sense of independence.  

    Students will take part in a range of activities, including open canoeing, raft building, zip wire and archery plus evening events. These activities are led by Whitemoor’s own team of qualified instructors. Each activity has its own risk assessment. Our aim is for the students to have fun, learn new skills, become more motivated as individuals, to take part in new and enriching experiences, discover more about themselves and their capabilities and to learn to support value and celebrate each other’s success.   

    In order to run the trip, we will require a minimum of 120 students to attend. 

    For more information about payments and booking requirements please view the letter sent to parents and carers here

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  • Safeline Parents' Workshops

    Published 20/01/22

    Safeline, a registered charity that supports young people, are delivering parent workshops based around 3 topics that could affect your child/ren, these being:- 

    • Internet Safety
    • Mental Health 
    • Bullying   
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  • Warwickshire Police Cadets are recruiting!

    Published 18/01/22

    The Police Cadets are currently recruiting new members: Cadets (13-16 year olds) and Senior cadets (16-18 years old) who live in Warwickshire.

    Warwickshire Police Cadets is a volunteer scheme for young people who wish to be part of a programme that offers an opportunity to gain a practical understanding of policing and develop their spirit of adventure and good citizenship. They take part in a variety of activities including self-defence training, law inputs, marching, fitness, team building, role playing and outdoor events.

    If you become a police cadet, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that as a young person you are making a difference to your community and developing yourself for any future career. In return, we ask you to commit to attend the weekly meetings and commit to voluntary hours per quarter.

    We have two units in Warwickshire, one in Nuneaton that covers North Warwickshire and one in Warwick which covers South Warwickshire

    The junior cadet scheme is for young people aged 13 to 16 years still at secondary school and a senior cadet scheme is for young people aged 16 to 18 years.

    To apply to become senior cadets you must currently be a year 11 student when applying and would be a cadet for 2 years, whilst you continue in further education.

    Recruitment is open until 28th February 2022, the application form can be downloaded from the Warwickshire Police website.


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  • Support Courses for Parents and Carers

    Published 30/11/21

    Warwickshire Children and Families are offering parents and carers in Warwickshire free online and face to face parenting courses. Courses range from 'Understanding your teenager' and 'Understanding your child's behaviour' to a 'Nurture Programme' Parent Course.

    View more information about the courses

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  • Extra- curricular activities

    Published 01/11/21

    Find out about the extra-curricular activities (lunchtime and after school clubs) within NLS taking place this Autumn term 

    Extra -curricular activities

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