Network Rail Advanced Apprenticeship Scheme – September 2019

Network Rail

Our Apprenticeship programme runs across a range of engineering specialisms including Track, Electrification & Plant, Signalling, Telecoms and Overhead Line. During your first 21 weeks you’ll be living and learning at Network Rail’s training centre in the Midlands. For the remainder of the 3 year programme you will work out of your local depot.

https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-384203

Modern Engineering Apprenticeship (Apprentice Battery Testing & Characterisation Technician)

University of Warwick

An opportunity to join a highly innovative University department on a four year modern apprenticeship where you will be part of one of Europe’s largest energy research facilities with the scope to build on your academic studies through your College course; and then enhance your skills and knowledge by joining an exciting technical team.

https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-388370

House Competition

Southam College are running a HOUSE competition as part of our celebrations during Global Virtues week. We would like all students to enter at least one picture they have taken which illustrates a ‘celebration of our lives’.

All entries receive HAPS and the winning polaroid wins family tickets to the Belgrade Theatre to see ‘In the Willows’.

We must receive all entries by Wednesday 27th February.

Polaroid 1

Sixth Form Netball Report

On Wednesday afternoon the year 12 netball squad went away to Princethorpe for their first game of the season.

The first quarter saw some excellent feeds into the circle by Nomie Nicholas (C) and Claudia Waldock (WA) followed by impressive shots and positioning by Hope Aris (GA) and Marie Pavey (GS). The second quarter saw similar play with great movement by Alice Coles (WA) opening up the centre third allowing the ball to flow nicely from the defensive to the attacking end.

The second half consisted of some great interceptions by Lydia Crompton (WD) Jodie Rigg (WD) and Amy Carro (GD) leading to the girls turning over multiple princethorpe centre passes and minimising the amount of shots Princethorpe had along with tight marking by Katie Cummings (GK) The girls played great throughout, resulting in a 54-4 win. Well played!

Mr Lowdon