International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women from across the world.  

At Southam College we believe a challenged world is an alert world. And from challenge comes change.  

Philosophy and Ethics Competition

University of Exeter

Open to all subjects

Year 11, 12 and 13

Closing date: Sunday 18th April 2021
Respond to the following ‘big’ philosophical questions:
What role should religion play in a post-Covid world?
Would the world be better off without religion? 
Should everyone have to study religion at school?

Answer any of the above questions with reference to any of the following world events: Black Lives Matter, the Pandemic, Economic crash, Free School Meals, Foodbanks, American Elections or Climate change. 

Email all entries to 

March Virtual Open Events

Bookings for Virtual Open Events are now open at:

Mechatronics Maintenance Apprenticeship (Amazon)

You will build your skills over a 48 month period starting in September 2021 which will include classroom based training hosted offsite, Amazon’s on-the-job training program delivered by our specialist teams, mentoring from our RME engineers, building on your skills in organisation, prioritisation, data analysis and problem solving.

Year 12 Food Science and Nutrition

Times are tough but education rolls on. My Year 12 Food Science and Nutrition students have been working hard on a MOCK piece of coursework over the last couple of weeks. Their brief was to design and make a 3 course meal for 2 people in 3 hours. Their target group was teenagers in a hotel setting. They researched the nutritional needs of teenagers and a wide range of hotel menus to help them with their final menu design.

With fantastic parental support, equipment borrowed from school and the use of “Live Teams”  my wonderful students produced the most amazing dishes in 3 hours! I am so proud of everyone and can’t wait to have them back in school cooking in front of me rather than on a computer screen.

Well done to all

Mrs James 

Head of Food

PwC Virtual Insight Week (26th – 30th July 2021)

Throughout the Virtual Insight Week, you’ll have the opportunity to gain lots of valuable skills, and explore your career options with PwC. You may be interested in doing an apprenticeship, going to university, or you’re still not sure, and you simply want to find out more about PwC and the different areas of PwC that you could join. The Virtual Insight Week will help you to answer these questions by giving you an insight into lots of our different business areas, and you’ll hear from staff who have joined PwC through a range of pathways and programmes.


For the next 5 days we are going to post a “Taking care of YOU” top tip for our young people and families. We know this is a hard time for everyone and taking care of your mind as well as your body is so important at this time. These tips might not be anything new but sometimes it is helpful to have ideas broken down and shared again. Pass them on and help others too!

Taking Care of YOU – Day one
Talk to someone about your worries. It’s ok to feel helpless, scared or anxious at this time. It’s also ok to feel fine. Everyone reacts differently. Try talking to someone you trust about how you feel. Sharing our worries helps. If you don’t feel you can talk to someone you know, click the link below for a range of fantastic helplines.