Well done to all students who took part in the Rotary Young Chef 2019 competition. We had some fantastic results!
Well done to Tommy, Will and Teniel who delivered an excellent speech at the Rotary Youth Speaks Competition.
We are delighted to announce that as of February 1st 2019, Temple Herdewyke Primary school is officially part of the Stowe Valley MAT, joining Southam College, Bilton School, Byfield Primary, Stockton Primary, Bishops Itchington, Southam Primary and Rokeby Primary.
The Trustees hosted the inaugural annual Conference of the Stowe Valley MAT on 26th January 2019, bringing together the Trust Board, Local Governors, Headteachers and MAT Staff.
We are delighted to announce that for the 5th year in a row the students and staff of Southam College have achieved an outstanding set of GCSE and A level results.
We are delighted to announce that as of January 7th, Rokeby Primary school is officially part of the Stowe Valley MAT, joining Southam College, Bilton School, Byfield Primary, Stockton Primary, Bishops Itchington and Southam Primary.
Thank you to all staff and students at Southam College, Harbury C of E Primary School and Byfield Primary School who have helped collect over 600 hats for the homeless and people less fortunate than ourselves this Christmas.
Southam College Photography Department has been thrilled with the high standard of the photographs submitted for the 2018 Sabrina Jones Photography Competition, the theme of which was 'Time'.
2018 Theme - Time
What is time and how do we represent it visually? Photography captures moments in time but the theme of 'time' can be explored in many different ways.
These paintings form part of a portfolio of responses to the Year 10 GCSE "War and Conflict" theme. Their large size and scale and use of a limited palette, high contrast and broad, heavy brushstrokes make for arresting and unsettling images.
Southam College students took part in a national Inspire event marking the WW1 Centenary celebrations at Coventry Cathedral last Friday.
We are so proud of all the students involved in our Commemoration Event. Everyone performed beautifully and the evening was a fitting tribute to the sacrifices made during World War One.
Sabrina was an incredible person who inspired so many people in her life. An outstanding student who went from Southam college to study Bio Cemistry at York University.
MEMORIES FROM SOUTHAM
WWI Remembrance for the centenary of the end of World War One.
Can you research the lives and war time experiences of family members or people local to the Southam College area?
After a week of Mental Health Awareness events, Friday 10th October was our 'Make a Difference Day'. What an incredible way to end the week! We could not be prouder of every student who has helped out, led, campaigned and supported the events this week, it really has been one to remember!
On Wednesday 10th October, for part of our Mental Health Awareness week but also as an activity for Make a Difference day, eighteen students from Southam College Sixth Form visited Galanos House in Southam.
A special thank you today to Lisa Harris from Compass who gave up her morning to run 'drop in' sessions for the students.
On Wednesday 10th October, official World Mental Health day, mental health campaigner and author Hope Virgo visited Southam College.
Today is World Mental Health Day! Wow, What a fantastic day it has been! We started the day with a year 9 assembly led by 3 members of the student 'Art of Wellbeing team', Verity, Esh & Amy.
Well done to Year 13 Psychology students Lizzie & Nicole who led the Mental Health stall on Phobias and Anxiety today, handing out conversation starter games and their own information sheets they have created for students to read.
A great first day of Mental Health Awareness week
A great turn out for the Mental Health Micro sessions at lunchtime led by Year 12 Psychology students Sam & Jess.
The cross country season has snuck up on us and today was the first round of the ESAA Cross Country Cup at Princethorpe.
Some outstanding performances from all year groups: Abbey Griffiths-Standage came 1st in the year 7 girls with a time of 5 minutes 51 seconds, closely followed by Scarlett Sanders with 5 minutes 55 seconds!
hank you to everyone who baked for our Macmillan Coffee morning today. Staff and students loved the cakes.
Southam College have raised a total of £490 for Macmillan cancer trust.
'Making small steps for a big difference.'
What a fantastic, productive day students have had!
Have a read to see what the team have been upto!