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.
Last night saw the first round of the Rotary Young Chef Competition 2018.
Our talented students had to create a two course meal in ninety minutes and produced mouth watering results.
26th to 29th March
Activities and events are being planned to take place throughout this week. Keep your eyes peeled for updates and events on just how at Southam College we believe, 'together we can do great things.'
See Mrs Thomas for more details on how you can get involved.
We would like you to produce a short film in either the style of a thriller or a comedy about what it is like to live in England in 2018.
Well done to Jess Warner (year 9) who braved a cold, frosty morning on Sunday to compete in the Bloxham School Eventer Challenge at Aston le Walls.
Thank you to all students who sent an entry in for the Get Active Competition. We had lots of entries and was an extremely hard decision to select the top four images.
It is lovely to see the range of activities that students from Southam are participating in. Well done to everyone who entered.
In the Autumn Term of 2016, Kacie Morby led a successful campaign for Crohn's and Colitis UK to be voted the school's Charity of the Year.
Southam College students gave fantastic performances in this year's Christmas Concert. We had our biggest audience yet and enjoyed showcasing the musical achievements of so many talented students.
Well done to all involved!
Thank you to all students and staff at Southam College who have helped collect over 500 pairs of gloves for the homeless and people less fortunate than ourselves.
Southam College would like to thank both Alex and James Loftus for delivering a powerful and thought provoking assembly to 6th formers about the 'Free Nazanin' campaign this morning.
Get creative for Human Rights.
n order to celebrate human rights day on Sunday 10th December we will be running a competition from Tuesday 12th to Friday 22nd December.
The P.E. department want to encourage you to be active this winter!
Please send in an action shot (max of 3 entries per student) of you being active or playing sport.
HAPS for every entry.
Congratulations to Jess Warner (yr 9) and her horse 'Mr Softy' who were placed 14th at the weekend in a very competitive class of 62 riders at the Bloxham Schools Eventer Challenge series held at Aston le Walls.
Students have been raising awareness and talking about the importance of looking after ourselves through Mental Health Awareness week. To end the week, on Friday we had 'Make a Difference day'.
Talk and Tea at Tithe Lodge
On Wednesday 15th November for Make a Difference day, Southam College Sixth Form student volunteers had the great opportunity to visit Tithe Lodge for a 'Tea and Talk' afternoon with some of the residents.
On Wednesday 15th November for Make a Difference Day, fifteen Sixth Form students took part in a visit to Galanos house. Galanos House is a British legion care home which takes care of elderly people and people with Alzheimer's.
Head boy Chris and Head girl Georgia are supporting Make a Difference Day by leading the "Whole school Community Clean up" on Friday 17th November. We also have a selection of student volunteers in the lower years who will be taking part in this event, well done to all those who have put themselves forward!
This competition is to get you thinking about the topic of Mental health in a creative way.
- Has someone been in your corner? Campaign about being there for friends!
We'd love to have your entry as a poster, banner, storyboards, leaflets, a real life story, blog, diary entry or video.
Here at Southam College, we are having our own 'Make a difference day' on Friday 17th November. We are looking for a selection of volunteers to help lead and support events throughout Mental Health Awareness week and on Make a difference Day.