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Mr Hughes our careers adviser will be accessible to support students with:
- College applications
- Apprenticeship applications
- Work Experience applications
- CV Writing techniques
If you require any career information, advice and guidance, Please contact Mr Hughes – email@example.com or click on the careers section on the Southam College website where there are several links to useful careers related websites.
A massive congratulations to Ryan Alexander for his fantastic efforts today raising hundreds of pounds for Sports Relief today by cycling for 12 hours at Southam Leisure Centre.
Following his inspirational assembly to the Yr8’s this week, this is further evidence of his amazing capacity to achieve great things in whatever his sets his mind to. A great role model for all of our younger students.
From one cyclist to another, well done and keep up the good work!
Possible exam questions
Use these to support your revision and plan for possible exam questions in June 2020
Southam College are excited to announce that our talented Year 12 student, Ryan Alexander, will be live on BBC Coventry and Warwickshire Radio with Lorna Bailey Presents this Tuesday 10th March at 8:30pm. He will be talking about his Everyone Active’s Positive Change Award which he received from Iwan Thomas MBE at Stratford-on-Avon District Community Sports Awards on 17th January. As well as discussing all his sporting achievements, coaching and charity events.
About the role
Our Internship Programme is a fantastic opportunity to gain hands on, paid work experience in either our Branch Network or our Telephone Mortgages business areas. You’ll interact with our customers, understand their needs and answer their queries.
If you complete the programme in one of our Branch Network team, you’ll be involved in:
- Meeting members face-to-face
- Handling their transactions
- Updating their account records
The Internship Programme will start on 20th July 2020 and last for 6 weeks. During this time you will work full time Monday – Friday. Many of our interns have gone on to secure permanent, part time roles to fit around their study at the end of the programme.
find out more – https://www.coventrycareers.co.uk/vacancies/3313/internship-programme–warwickshire-2020.html
Well done to all the students who attended the pancake revision event. We were extremely impressed by the dedication and commitment from each and every student who attended. There were exceptional subject seminars created and presented by the students across 15 different examination based subjects and exemplary work on display for the ‘excellence exhibition’ showing students effort to revise for their exams.
We welcomed Jackie Reeves from Mind who led a stall providing information, advice and guidance on how to deal with exam stress, coping with student life and other issues young people can face. We would like to thank Jackie for her time, it was extremely beneficial for students to have the opportunity to discuss mental health and we look forward to Jackie continuing her work with students in Sixth Form. Miss P Brown also offered a stall on how to study effectively.
Over 150 pancakes were consumed by the students, kindly cooked by Mr Bradbury and Mr D Johnson outside in Mr Bradbury’s campervan! Throughout the event, the more students learned, the more pancakes and topping vouchers they could earn! The event ended with a random name generator prize draw. All those who took part were entered, 1stPrize went to Will Chapman, 2ndprize to Ella M Gardner and a selection of students were nominated for their detailed ‘take away’ booklet to also received 3rdprize items. We would like to say thank you to all the staff who gave up their time to support the event. We hope everyone had a happy pancake day- we certainly did!
All the best for the final weeks of Sixth Form Year 13, keep revising!
Mr Bradbury and Mrs Campbell-Birch
A student led pancake event to prepare for your exams. Reminder:
4:00pm-5:45pm- in the core
Excellence Exhibition of students work
Stalls- Mrs Reeves from ‘Mind’ on exam stress and Sixth Form Mentors on ‘Study success’
The more you learn, the more pancakes and toppings you earn!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Mr Bradbury, Mrs Campbell-Birch and Mrs Stevens.
13E Biology students…your next PPE is on the 4th March, it is a one hour extract from a paper 2 (modules 1,2,4,6). Please revise thoroughly. The student who achieves the highest score wins an easter egg.
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