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Houses


All students are placed into one of four houses: Godiva (Blue), Webb Ellis (Yellow) Shakespeare (Purple) or Whittle (Red).

The aim of the house system is to create the best possible ethos for students’ personal and social development and for the achievement of their potential in all aspects of college life. This is achieved through encouraging all students to take part in house activities and to give a sense of belonging and participation, whilst at the same time helping others less fortunate than themselves. Older students are encouraged to play a nurturing role to create a family atmosphere.

The four houses compete with each other to win the annual house competition, the winning house being the one with the most points at the end of the Summer Term. Students in the winning house have the opportunity of taking part in a house trip in October. Students can gain House Achievement Points in a number of ways including effort in lessons, sport, charity events, reading competition, full attendance, examination results, various department competitions, etc. Students can also gain house points if their uniform is consistently worn correctly. The efforts of individual students and groups of students in each house are recognised in an awards ceremony at the end of the Summer Term.

Students also have the opportunity to represent their house and tutor group by being elected onto the Year Council. If they flourish at this, they can stand for Year President and sit on the full College Council chaired by the Head Boy and Head Girl.

News

House Competiton - DON'T FORGET YOUR T-SHIRT
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We would like to see how many different places your House t-shirt can travel to over the summer. Whether you are surfing in Devon or riding elephants in India - we would like to see a picture of you doing it, whilst wearing your house t-shirt.

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Business House Competition - Results
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Well done to everyone who entered our Business House Competition.

1st place - Ava Chapman, 8SE3

2nd place - Molly Gowing, 9SE5

3rd place - Corla Moses, 8WE3

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WANTED - Sixth Form House Captains
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If you are interested in this fantastic role, please express your interest to your Head of House.The deadline for the brief letter of application is Friday 7th July. We look forward to receiving your applications. The Head of House team.

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Goodbye Year 11
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This afternoon Year 11 celebrated their annual leavers assembly with their tutors. It was a lovely occasion to share memories and stories from the past 5 years and was the last time that the Year 11 class 2017 will all be together at Southam College. We hope they enjoyed the afternoon and looking back at all of the videos and photographs. Good luck in the rest of your exams and have a relaxing and enjoyable Summer!

Mr Johnson

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Think you can tell a whole story in 100 words?
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Submit your mini-saga for a chance to have your work read at the Music and Arts Festival!

Criteria:

- You must write between 100 - 150 words

- Your story must have a beginning, middle and a twist ending

Submit your saga via email to Edwards.g1@welearn365.com or hand it into the English office by Monday 19th June.

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Steel Pan Players- Exam Success
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Some of our Steel Pan Players took exams recently and were very successful. Issy Hughes, Ella Stewart and Amy Latus all took grade 1 and passed with Merit. Charlee Shepherd took grade 2 and passed with Merit. Emily Heydon also took grade 2 and passed with Distinction.

Well done to all of you!
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Charity Cale Sale
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Well done to Year 7 student Bethany who bought in to school an amazing spread of delicious looking and tasting cakes for a fund raising cake sale. All money raised will be donated to the British Heart Foundation in memory of her grandad.

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Business House Competition
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We want you to design a new chocolate bar. Your proposal should include:

An explanation of the new chocolate bar - what flavours/ingredients does it include?

What makes it unique?

How does it stand out from others?

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Tesco Poster Competitio Winners
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The judges were impressed with Tim, Lucy and Sarah's creative designs for the Tescos poster competition.

Well done. HAPs on the way!!

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Short Film Competition Winner
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Thank you to all of the students who submitted their entries for this competition - there was a wealth of creativity and technical proficiency shown by students.

I'm pleased to announce that the winner is George Cuevas from Godiva. George submitted a thought provoking film on endangered animals - the footage he captured of a wide range of species was impressive.

Mrs Green
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Sporting Hero House Competition WINNERS!
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Well done to everyone who entered our Sporting Hero House competition.

All the lovely posters will be displayed in the P.E. Department.

Congratulations to the winners, 1st - Poppy H, 2nd - Poppy L, 3rd - Oli C, 4th - Sarah C

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