Wednesday 8th July.
Time: 9:30am- 3:30pm.
Whilst we would have preferred to meet you in person, sadly due to the current circumstances, our normal induction day cannot take place in school. However, the opportunity for students to be inducted into our Sixth Form is not one we wanted to let pass as we feel it is important that you are prepared and feel part of our college community from the very start.
We have made plans and adjustments to our induction programme and are pleased to be able to offer students a ‘Virtual induction Day 1’, bringing this day to you at home via our school website instead. Day 2 of the Sixth Form Induction process will be on Wednesday 2nd September in school (information TBC).
All new year 12 students, join us on Wednesday for this fantastic opportunity to find out more about Sixth Form life through the tasks, information, advice and support available. On Wednesday 15th July there will be a ‘Live Q&A’ session with the Head of Sixth Form and Heads of Year. We hope that you enjoy the day and we are delighted that you have chosen to continue your education with us at Southam Sixth Form.
Look out for your formal letter and postcard to explain the full details. We look forward to welcoming students to this event.
The Sixth Form Team
Stratford Upon Avon College are providing Free Level 4 post-sixth form / pre-university courses in Art & Design, Media, Musical Theatre, Acting and Theatrical Make Up. All the information can be found on the college website under the ‘University Level Learner’ tab.
These courses are a great option if you want to take a ‘gap year’ or undecided about going to university in September . If you are interested in any of these Free Level 4 courses, please contact Stratford Upon Avon College via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr Hughes (Careers).
Virtual tours and videos from universities and colleges, so you can see what it’s like on campus and what facilities are available.
Access all areas, get to know our students and academics as they take centre stage.
Join us for our Parents & Guardians chat
Open Days and Discovery Days
We wanted to let you know that we will be holding a Virtual Open Day on Saturday June 20th 10:00am – 4:00pm.
The School and College Liaison Team host a number of events throughout the academic year to give students a flavour of university learning. These events also allow them to spend some time on a university campus.
Welcome to the Oxford Brookes Outreach Hub, bringing together the range of support that is available to prospective students, teachers, and parents.
Please use the links below to interact with student ambassadors, access new academic content, hone your study skills, and much more!
Join us for our incredibly special online and interactive UK University Search Virtual Fair. The event will feature universities and colleges from across the UK as well as ten live webinars on essential topics such as UCAS personal statements, clearing, and student finance.
Join us for our Undergraduate Virtual Open Day – the perfect opportunity for you to find out more about Oxford Brookes – without having to set foot on campus!
Our Virtual Open Day offers you the chance to find out more about what it’s like to be a student here, as well as giving insight into our courses and the support we offer.
Decided you’re not going to uni? Wondering what to do instead? You have options!
Students are encouraged to enjoy time outdoors over the Half Term break, whilst maintaining social distancing and lockdown requirements.
We would like to remind everyone of the dangers of swimming in open water, quarries are not appropriate for swimming in and pose a risk to young people and adults alike. Please enjoy the nice weather in a safe way and remember to apply your sunscreen.
Just like our mental health, we have to take care of or mental health too. Sometimes there can be a barrier to talking about our mental health, but there should not be. There is no shame in struggling, and it’s ok not to be ok.
If you are struggling with your mental health or you are worried about someone else who might be struggling, click below to access some support.
We would like to thank this year’s Head Boy and Head Girl for all of their amazing work in these important roles. They have kindly sent in some reflections on their time at Southam College to share with you.