Tea Time with Alli
So over the bank holiday, I spent time making cupcakes to commemorate VE day and gave them to vulnerable people in my local area (whilst sticking to the social distancing guidelines of course). These small activities are keeping me positive through these strange times, and I am so grateful for the little things that make our days that little bit brighter.

Many people I have spoken to who have been working from home have taken up gardening to make the most of the weather, and others have been painting and drawing to get creative. There are lots of things online to get stuck in to. This weekend I have tasked myself with house clearing and some painting, which has taken some organising.

It’s Mental Health Week next week, will you be doing anything to keep healthy?  A lot of research suggests that exercise can improve your mental wellbeing so I will be giving Clubercise ago (and yes, there will be glow sticks). Let me know what you have been doing to keep yourself entertained below!

Talk To Me!

Another week has passed and the summer is creeping up on us. Here at the NWSLC, we are doing lots to try and organise how students will be joining us. We are still here to help support you in these challenging times.

Want more information on the Coronavirus?  Click here to see a handy guide.

We are still here for you if you have any queries or concerns, so please contact us on enquiries@nwslc.ac.uk or call us on 0330 058 3000 (the switchboard is open Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 3 pm)!

Contact Us!

Are you feeling bored or maybe even nervous about starting college after having so much time out of education? We are here to help!

Please have a go at these resource sheets made especially for year 11 students joining NWSLC later this year. Remember to save the work you have completed to show your tutor when you join us!

Tea Time with Foundation Learning
Are you interested in joining NWSLC but you cannot find the right course because:
•             You have not achieved the GCSE results you wanted.
•             You need additional support.
•             You have an EHCP.
•             You struggle with anxiety.
Take this opportunity to speak to us and find out what you can do.
We are available between 9am- 3pm Monday to Friday.

Nuneaton and Wigston Campus – Nathan Nealon 07891 054 601
Wigston Campus – Adrian Causier 0116 2643535
Nuneaton Campus – Ian Lee 02476 243060
Wigston Campus – Laura Byrne 0116 4027744

The NWSLC IAG team are available to contact:

Whether you are unsure of your next steps or have questions about your future, the Careers Guidance Team at NWSLC are still available to provide impartial help and advice. We can assist with the following:

  • Help to make informed decisions on next steps with career and education choices
  • Advise on apprenticeship and course applications
  • Discuss any barriers to further education and how the college can support
  • Work with students to create a SMART careers action plan with clear goals and tasks to help them to get where they want to be
  • Arrange to call students and offer a full career guidance interview over the phone

If you would like to contact the NWSLC guidance team, please email:


One step closer to employment!  

An apprenticeship is an exciting gateway into the world of work, giving you the skills you need to succeed within your chosen industry.

Why an apprenticeship?

  • It’s a faster route into employment
  • You will get valuable hands-on industry experience
  • Earn a wage while you train
  • Have continual support from your employer, college lecturers and assessors
  • Will enhance your career progression opportunities

Register your apprenticeship interest today and we will be in touch! https://www.nwslc.ac.uk/courses/apprenticeships/

Emotional support is vital for a child’s wellbeing, so why not take a look at our Mental Health courses to further your knowledge, and make a difference to lives.

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