Transition – Class of 2025

For information:

We are holding two additional virtual events –

Thursday 9th July 6pm – 7pm Parent/Carer Transition event
Friday 10th July 9.30am -1pm – Pupil 2nd Transition day event.

If you would like to attend either of these online live events and you haven’t already done so, please send your email address to so we can send you the details.

We are so sad to not be able to invite you to visit your new school at the moment but we still want to get to know you and can’t wait for you to be official members of our school community.

I know that there are going to be areas of worry for you and I would love to be able to give you some definite dates when we will all meet but at the moment I just don’t know.

Please keep an eye on this page for information around:

  • Dates for you to come and visit
  • Dates for parents and carers to visit
  • Uniform Information
  • Work you can do to prepare for your new school

Getting prepared…

You may have started thinking about what life might be like as a Year 7 – what do you think it might be like? What are you most excited about? What are you worried about?
Watch this film and see the views of those who have already experienced what Year 7 is like:

Give these activities a go with those around you. Remember it is good to talk about how you are feeling and getting someone to help you think through how to prepare yourself.

Family Primary to Secondary Transition Booklet

Parent/Carer Information

You might be feeling a bit worried about this change yourself, particularly in these difficult times.
These resources might be able to help;

Get into reading…

Reading can help you escape into different worlds and meet different people, from the comfort of your own home! I’ve had a look around for you for books that you can download for free and other books that you might not have tried before. Make sure you tweet me on @TPenkethhigh and let me know what you thought.

Right now, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across eight different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Explore the collection, select a title and start listening. It’s that easy.

Includes 6 free children’s classics as PDF and word docs, with accompanying audio books: Alice in Wonderland, Wind in the Willows, The Railway Children, The Jungle Book, Peter Pan Black Beauty.

A website full of book recommendations, including videos and activity packs.  There are over 55,000 books reviews – all by children! It also has daily collations of various events happening online’re-self-isolating-with-the-kids

Something a little different to read.._


If you have any worries or concerns please contact us – Miss Curtis or Miss Silver –