The Year 13 Health & Social Care students have had a magical first full day at Disneyland.
They have taken part in two seminars followed by a workshop where they had to create, then present, an attraction that caters for those with either physical or sensory impairments. The leaders that delivered the workshop were really impressed with the students ideas and their presentation skills.
The students have also enjoyed exploring the Disneyland parks looking for rides that promote inclusivity for guests with special needs.
All of the students have been fantastic and we can’t wait to see what magic awaits us tomorrow!
There are 2 places left on the Hampton Court trip so if you still want to go but have not replied yet please go see the Finance Dept ASAP!! Thanks
Do you have an interest in any of the below virtues and are you keen to make a difference to the society in which you live?
First meeting is on Wednesday 23rd January in P1 at 12:30.
See Mrs Thomas for more details.
Come and find out more about our Advanced Engineering Apprenticeship. Hear from our tutors and existing apprentices, take a tour of our amazing facilities and watch demonstrations of the cutting edge technology in use.
Register online at the-amtc.co.uk/apprenticeships/open-evenings
Telent have two Finance Apprenticeship positions available, starting in September 2019. This is a two year apprenticeship. By the end of the programme you’ll gain a good understanding of the basics in all areas of Finance within telent. You may not have heard of us, be we’d like to know more about you.
Year 12 and 13 Philosophy and Ethics students, key information for parents on how to support your child preparing for their PPE’s and external exams. Moreover, top tips for the exams and how to embed key A01 and A02 skills throughout your essay responses.
Keep up the great work!
A massive congratulations to our hardy runners who represented the school at the Warwickshire School Cross-Country Championships. The weather was a little damp and cold, but our runners battled on, producing some excellent results and many will now go on to represent Warwick at the English Schools Championships in Leeds and Prestwold Hall.
Performance of the day came from Madeleine Jacks (Yr 8), who tore away from the field on the second lap to win comfortably. Madeleine was running against Yr 9 students and still has another year in this year group, making her win all the more impressive! Elspeth Unitt suffered a fall during the race, but recovered well to finish 14th, and Poppy Lister (22nd) and Mae Quinney (31st) completed the Southam Junior Girls team.
Other runners to gain selection for the Warwickshire teams were: Oliver Wetherall – 6th in the Minor Boys (Yr7), Emily and Ana Lovett finished 5th & 6th respectively in the Inter Girls (Yr10/11), & Georgina Hurt was 8th in the Senior Girls (Yr 12/13).
We also had a number of runner finishing just outside the top 8, who will be reserves for the Warwickshire Teams. Our other runners, who all competed fantastically were: Zoe Sayer (13th), Scarlett Sanders (20th) & Elsie Palmer-Boyd (34th) in the Minor Girls, James Eatough (16th) in the Minor Boys, Sam Hobbs (28th) in the Junior Boys, Rositsa Gugutkova (10th) in the Inter Girls, and Sam lambert (13th) in the Inter Boys.
Well done again to everyone and good luck to all our runners in the National Championships in March.
On a very wet Wednesday afternoon at North Leamington school, Southam 6th Form football team took part in a 7 a side tournament involving another 7 teams.
Southam’s first game of the group stages was against Alcester Grammar School. The side started well and raced into a 2 goal lead through Owen and Addison. Southam saw the game out with good defending from Ben and George and won the game 2-0.
The second group game was an entertaining 2-2 draw with Kineton. Goals from Fin and Riley put Southam 2-1 up until Kineton scored with the last kick of the game.
The final group game was against Aylesford. Southam knew a point would be enough to qualify. Southam played well and had multiple shots on goal but were constantly denied by great goalkeeping. Eventually a goal was scored by Owen after an Addison assist from an indirect free kick. A great strike into the top corner.
Southam qualified for the final against Myton. Southam has to play the majority of the final with a man less after Riley got injured early on. This didn’t stop Southam and another great finish from Owen secured a 1-0 win for the team.
Well done gents on winning the tournament!
Are you thinking about your next steps once you leave school or college? Find out more about the different ways we can help you launch your career.
The Government Economic Service Degree Apprenticeship is a unique opportunity to work on important issues our country faces, whilst studying an economics degree