The Concert Orchestra entertained residents of Galanos House this afternoon. The residents enjoyed the classics and singing along to some favourites.
he Eurovision song contest will take place on the 12th May and we want us all to get involved so that we can celebrate languages through music.
To be in with a chance of winning a free book from Usborne publishers simply create a picture collage of what you have been reading in the last month.
Wednesday afternoon Sam May from Wasps Netball Team came to coach some of the Southam Netball Players.
We are delighted to announce that Southam College has successfully secured funding to the value of £2.5million pounds for a new Sports Hall.
24 Hour Football event coming up after Easter for Charity Week!
After the success of the 24 Netball last year we're offering the opportunity to complete this challenge, open to all year groups!
A massive well done to all of the students who took part in Southam's Got Talent! Students ranging from years 7-10 competed in the recent house competition, showcasing their talents. The show included: singing, dancing, acting and musicians.
Over the weekend 23-25 March 2018, 20 Air Cadets, including two from 2028 Southam Squadron, took part in the Warwickshire and Birmingham Wing's first Senior Leadership course.
Congratulations to Elspeth Unitt and Alex Ibbs, who braved the artic conditions at Temple Newsam Park in Leeds competing for Warwickshire in the English School Cross-Country Championships.
On the final day of Science Week, the students were demonstrated experiments using dry ice. Including the rainbow flask, dry ice bubbles, freezing flowers and of course, science week ended with a bang with an explosion on the field!
Eighteen students represented Southam College at a rugby festival held in Coventry.
Create a leaflet for our charity this year Make a Wish.
All entries to receive HAPs and 1st, 2nd , 3rd and 4th to be printed to be used in Charities Week
Entries to come to Mr Adkins, Miss O'Leary and Miss Briggs by 18th April
Day 4 of Science Week saw year 7 and 8 taking part in a rocket competition. Students had to build a rocket using a photo canister and had to decide on their fuel mixture, using aka-seltzer tablets.
Today in Science Week the teachers and students we doing a variety of dissections. From rats, mice and a snake to plucks. Students were demonstrated by teachers how to dissect the major organs and they were able to join in with dissecting the rats and mice.
The Science Department and Animal Club brought in some of their animals for students to see and hold. There were guinea pigs, snakes, geckos, a tortoise, and much more!
The science bake off was a roaring success today! We had brains, eyes, periodic tables, Solar systems, Isaac Newton, beakers and much more!
Students and staff from across the Stowe Valley Multi Academy Trust have been celebrating World Book Day.
We are delighted to announce that as of March 1st Southam Primary school is officially part of the Stowe Valley MAT, joining Southam College, Bilton School, Byfield Primary and Stockton Primary.
SCIENCE WEEK 2018 12TH MARCH TO 16TH MARCH
Bring in an entry of your best edible effort with a scientific theme. It might be a body part, a law of physics or a chemical reaction. The sky is the limit!
As part of Stowe Valley's Global Virtues week we are running a great competition. If you would like to be part of this all you need to do is send in a picture that you have taken highlighting solidarity, love and hope.
Thursday afternoon Southam College held its annual careers fair. There were over 40 exhibitors from local Universities, colleges, training providers and employers offering advice and information on the different career pathways available to our students.
Last night, the School Hall became alive with the first auditions for Southam's Got Talent – we saw a vast array of talent ranging from contortion to trumpeting, from dance troops to karate duos.
Last week the year 12 and 13 students took part in the first Sixth Form challenge. In teams they had 10 minutes to retrieve items from around the school. Items included: a pair of trainers, a staff signature, a car mat and many more!
A short SHORT story competition to celebrate World Book Day 2018!
Write a story, using no more than 280 characters (including spaces & punctuation) on the theme of 'solidarity - love - hope'
We are delighted to announce that as of February 1st Stockton Primary school is officially part of the Stowe Valley MAT, joining Southam College, Bilton School and Byfield primary.