Back in the summer of June 2019, Southam College and the local community helped collect books and resources for the charity 'Cherish Ethiopia.'
The Heads of House would like to say a massive thank you to the staff and students at school who have shown exceptional kindness these last few weeks by taking part in the REVERSE ADVENT.
We are delighted to present Joe Quinney with a truly well- deserved Arkwright Scholarship which he has achieved through sheer hard work and perseverance.
As part of Southam College World Inclusivity week, we have been working with the Helping Hands community project, collecting warm clothes and coats for local vulnerable people.
Southam College is delighted to open the doors of its new Sports Hall to students.
Southam College has been awarded The National Quality Mark GOLD Award for SMSC.
Southam College has been awarded the British Council's prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom.
Students at Southam College celebrated fantastic GCSE results today. Headteacher Ranjit Samra commented 'These results are a culmination of many years of hard work so today is a day to celebrate the wonderful achievements of our students, staff and families.
The vast majority of Southam College students have been able to access their destination of choice following the release of 'A' level grades today.
Well done to everyone for raising an incredible £663.35 for DKMS UK
Two amazing evenings with top class performances throughout, it was a truly fantastic show from start to end. Over 170 students were involved in the creation of the two night spectacular.
Seventeen students attended the Warwickshire launch of the "Never Such Innocence 2019/2020" Competition.
Yesterday afternoon, 160 Y13 students plus 70 students from Kineton 6th Form joined together to take part in a General Election 'Question Time' event.
On Friday, a group of Year 10 students from both Southam College and Bilton school visited the World Skills Show at the NEC, Birmingham.
Southam College hosted the Faraday Challenge introduced by the IET, where 36 Year 8 students from Bilton, Kineton and Southam College competed.
Southam College, part of Stowe Valley Multi Academy Trust, are delighted to have sustained another year of excellent results in Key Stage 4.
This year Southam College Sixth Form are celebrating pleasing results.100% of students passed achieved A*-E at 'A' level, with the majority of grades at A*-B.
Another early start for the Windsor team of Alice C, Sinead N and Issy B, this time heading to the prestigious Royal Windsor Horse Show to compete in the Land Rover Inter Schools Show Jumping.
Day 4 saw a chocolate feast with chocolate truffles and chocolate lollipops bring made by yr7,10 and 13.
Becky and Nils travelled all the way to Builth Wells in Wales to represent both the school and Southam Rotary Club in the Regional Final of the Rotary Young Chef Competition.
Southam College and Bilton School students as part of their Global Virtues celebrations welcoming Emily Spademan and John McCrae.
As part of Stowe Valley Multi Academy trusts celebrations of Global Virtues week, we asked students to send in one photograph which they believed illustrated a 'celebration of our lives.'
As part of Global Virtues week, students from both Southam College and Bilton School attended the Carriers of Hope weekly charity meeting, Coventry.
Year 13 Philosophy and Ethics students hosted Roger Swindells, a representative of the Independent monitoring board of Birmingham prisons.
As part of Southam College's Global Virtues week celebrations, we hosted dancing performancers from Bharatanayam and Kathak dancers.