For Children

Moving to secondary school is exciting but it can also be scary! It often seems very different from primary school. Lots of Year 6 children have worries about going to secondary school. 


“I’m scared of getting bullied” 
“What if I get lost?”
“How will I remember all my books?” 
“I’m worried I won’t be able to make friends...”

Luckily, there is a lot of help available and lots of things you can do to help you feel more confident about going into Year 7.
  • You can read the tips and do the quizzes and games on this website. 
  • You can find out more about your secondary school by going to their website (search for the name of the school on Google). 
  • You can look at some of the websites in the Links/Resources section of this website. 
  • You can tell your friends, parents and/or teachers how you are feeling and what you are worried about. 
Your teachers and parents can help you, too. Tell your teachers and parents about this website. It has tips for how they can help you, and tells them about how 627 Transfer can come to your school, youth group or home and help you feel less worried and more confident about secondary school.

627 Transfer can hold workshops for your whole class/club or sessions for smaller groups (about 4 children) or just you, where we learn about what secondary school is like, discuss what everyone is worried about and do activities, role-play, worksheets and games to help you learn and practise things like...

...how to make friends and handle peer pressure
...how to deal with bullying
...how to interact with teachers
...how to read a timetable and use a homework planner
...how to remember books and equipment
...how to find classrooms
...and much more!

Hopefully all of this will help you feel less worried and more confident about going to secondary school. Good luck!