You don’t need a degree to start a successful career in business. Our work experience and apprenticeships give you the chance to build your career in our world, your way.
The Y12 and 13 Alevel Geography fieldwork deposit deadline is Monday the 18th of October. Please make sure you pay your deposits via ParentPay before then if you want to attend. Any questions about the residential trip please come and see me.
The Benefits of Taking a Gap Year: Life-Changing Experiences
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Please make as many poppies as you can- see the poster for details.
Hand in by Friday 22nd October. All poppies will then be used in a community project.
There’s just over one week to go until our virtual UK University & Apprenticeship Search Fair!
Current Year 11 and Year 12 students have the exciting opportunity to join a once in a lifetime, amazing expedition to the beautiful country of Nepal, in July 2023! Students had an assembly last week and parents and students are invited to join a virtual Parents Information Evening on Monday 18th October at 6pm. Please visit this page for more information and to register for a login for the evening: https://ourworldchallenge.com/ec5p2fl We look forward to seeing you there.
Our students were challenged to create and present a pasta dish using our new spinach, beetroot and tomato powders. Well done year 12 we loved the results. The new additions to our Food Department pantry will be well used over the coming months.
Apprenticeships combine practical, on-the-job training with studying towards a nationally recognised qualification. There are many reasons to do an apprenticeship – you can earn while you learn, work alongside experienced staff, gain job-specific skills and get time for study related to your role. The MTC connects those who are interested in apprenticeships with high calibre manufacturing and engineering employers who are looking to employ the best talent in the industry.
Southam College are pleased to be supporting the Macmillan Charity this year with our coffee morning. The Macmillan charity support people affected by cancer.
Staff and students are being asked to bring in a variety of cakes to the Philosophy and Ethics office on the morning of Friday 5th November. This is part of our World Kindness celebrations.
All cakes will be available to staff and students at break and lunchtime for a small donation.
Thank you for your support!
Our Aspire Webinar Series has been created to help you make more informed decisions about your university and post-18 options. Our Career Exploration Week, taking place from 22nd – 26th November, will provide you with a first-hand introduction into a wide range of career pathways (from Law to Banking), while our University Series is designed to help you with applying to and succeeding at university.
An opportunity for clever, curious people like you to leap into the world of professional services. This is an earn-while-you-learn apprenticeship, with the chance to gain professional and degree level qualifications. Get stuck in from day one, helping to solve some of our clients’ most complex problems right from the minute you join. Create a brilliant career for yourself with a business that’s making an impact worldwide.
The 6th form Debate Society will be debating the following question – ‘Has Covid highlighted the flaws of the education system?’.
Join us next Thursday in S1 during Lunch. Please express your interest in attending by completing the following form. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=-hEVTLm6ekOhnanlPyn9sCwaqD-pkmdAmoCKm9kPedVUMU1KOVFaQk9ZUEIwRlhHTE9NUDlRWEswRi4u
Our online Discover University platform provides information, advice and guidance for prospective students, parents/guardians, teachers and advisers about studying at university.
Application for Discover Brookes are now open! The deadline for applications is Friday 12th November.
Year 12 Sociology students have been putting their knowledge into practice today.
Their first task was to role play a capitalist society, drawing upon what they have recently learnt about Marxism. Students were given a job role as either owners of businesses or workers. Owners gave their demands and paid their workers in sweets for their labour. In the second task they had to create a playdoh structure based on Marxism or Postmodernism.
This was enjoyed by all and lots of creative flair was demonstrated.
Fantastic effort and contributions today.Well done,Mrs Southworth
Aimgroup are offering free online courses to support parents around key issues around young people’s mental health and wellbeing. The following courses are available online
- Children and Young Peoples Mental Health (Understand factors which may affect Young Peoples mental health, the impact that they have and how to support them with these issues)
- Understanding Autism (learn how individuals process sensory information, understand characteristics, conditions, and how speech, language and communication differ in people with Autism)
- Understanding Behaviour That Challenges in Children (supporting positive behaviour, effective communication & how to manage challenging behaviour)
- Bullying in Children and Young People (develop your understanding of bullying, including how to recognise that bullying is taking place and how to take action to stop it)
- Special Educational Needs and Disability (a detailed understanding of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, including equality and diversity in the context of SEND)
- Adverse Childhood Experiences (Support children and young people affected, gain insight into how to strengthen their resilience and empower them to overcome the challenges they face)
The only criteria the learner must meet to be eligible, is the following..
Aged 19 or over on or before 31st August 2020
Have lived in the UK/EU for 3+ years
Not already on a Government funded course (Apprenticeship for example)
If you are interested in undertaking one of these Free Online courses, then please complete the following link asap. Aimgroup will then be in contact with you.
The 6th form debate Society will be discussing the following question tomorrow ‘Should stray animals be euthanised?’
Join us during Thursday lunch in S1.
If you have any questions let Izzy or Corla know (Year 13) of Mrs Savage
Please ensure all deposits and reply slips have been received by Friday 8th October.
Please see Mrs Thomas for more details
Open to all Year 12 and 13 students
Sleepout and raise money for a local charity which supports homelessness
See Mrs Thomas for more information