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  • Our Student International Leaders meet our partner school, Anjuman-I-Islam Girls High School, Mumbai​​​​​​​

    Published 23/11/23

    On Thursday 23 November our student International Leaders met with students at our partner school, Anjuman-I-Islam Girls High School, Mumbai by video call. 

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  • NLS Supports Children in Need

    Published 22/11/23

    Staff at North Leamington School showed they had 'The X Factor' when they performed in front of over 320 students on Friday 17 November to raise money for the BBC's annual Children in Need appeal.

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  • Anti Bullying Week

    Published 21/11/23

    During Tutor Time last week, students took part in activities and discussions as part of Anti Bullying Week.

    This year’s theme was ‘Make a Noise about Bullying’, with the main topic being ‘Banter vs. Bullying’ which came about following consultation with teachers and pupils by the Anti-Bullying Alliance which coordinates Anti-Bullying Week every year in the UK. ‘We wanted a theme that empowered them to do something positive to counter the harm and hurt that bullying causes. The nature of the activities will encourage young people to consider what bullying means to us, how banter can turn into something more hurtful, and what we can do to stop bullying. ‘

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  • Exhibition of student’s work now on display at the Art Box

    Published 20/11/23

    We are delighted that following an invitation from Friends of Christchurch Gardens to exhibit in Art Box our student's work is now on display.

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  • Join us at our Winter Music Concert on Tuesday 5 December from 6.00 to 7.30pm

    Published 17/11/23
    Tickets are now available for our Winter Music Concert.   Tickets are £2.50 and can be purchased through the online parent pay system ( The concert will feature a wide variety of acts, ranging from solo p
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  • Remembrance Service

    Published 10/11/23

    This morning, the whole of North Leamington School came together outside in the school courtyard for a Remembrance Service.

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  • The CISCO Networking Academy course Linux Unhatched is launched

    Published 10/11/23

    The Computer Science Department is launching its next CISCO Networking Academy course … Linux Unhatched!

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  • Year 9 students achieve third on the Cyber Explorers High Achiever Schools Leaderboard

    Published 10/11/23

    Last half term all Year 9 students gained an understanding of the main concepts of cyber security through an online platform called ‘Cyber Explorers’ developed by the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT).  We were also fortunate to have had some ‘live’ lessons delivered by Gogglebox star Baasit Siddiqui! 

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  • Year 12 & 13 Careers Event

    Published 25/10/23

    Our Year 12 & 13 students enjoyed a post-18 careers event on 19th October, arranged by Mrs Barley-Morey our CEIAG lead and Mrs O’Donnell our Careers Co-ordinator.

    Representatives from a host of local companies, including Wright Hassall Solicitors, WPR (Public relations-B’ham), Coventry Building Society, Third Kind Games and the Armed Forces joined us for the day and our students were able to talk to them in small groups to learn about the range of opportunities that are available within these sectors.

    Universities including Warwick, Aston, De Montfort, Cardiff, Loughborough, Falmouth, Oxford Brookes, Worcester and Coventry, along with apprenticeship providers such as Keller Engineering, Warwickshire County Council & the NHS, were also available to give advice to students on Higher Education and training opportunities.

    We are so grateful to all those who supported our event on the day and the student's feedback showed they really enjoyed the event which will help them in making informed decisions going forward in relation to their post-18 career journey.







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  • Year 7 International School - Botanical Gardens Trip

    Published 24/10/23

    As an International School we want to provide opportunities for all of our students to experience the world in different ways.  Our Year 7 students enjoyed a trip to Birmingham Botanical Gardens to enable them to get a taste of different natural environments e.g. rainforests and deserts in the glasshouses. The students attended over three days in October with their Tutors in their Colleges which also gave them an opportunity to build relationships within their Tutor Group.

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  • We Are Supporting Macmillan’s Coffee Morning on Friday 13 October with a Cake Sale

    Published 05/10/23

    As part of our charity and community work, we will be supporting Macmillan’s Coffee Morning on Friday 13 October with a cake sale 

    Students are invited to bring in cakes to the Year Lead office (C037) on Friday morning, before the start of period 1. 

    Cakes will be sold at break time for 50p each.  The proceeds will support Macmillan’s vital work in funding Macmillan nurses, answer calls on their Support Line, give financial support and more.

    Any questions, then students can ask Mr Butler in C037.

    Thank you in advance for your support.


     Thank you to all students who brought in a selection of fantastic cakes and to all who supported the event in buying cakes    




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  • Sixth Form Open Evening Thursday 9 November 18:00 - 20:00

    Published 04/10/23

    You are invited to our Sixth Form Open Evening on Thursday 9 November

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