Y11 GCSE and A level Geography revision guides are now available to purchase via ParentPay at a reduced rate. These will be highly beneficial for your revision. Please order by the 11th of October. Thank you.The Geography Department
The Year 11 Netball Team played at the Emerging Schools Tournament on Wednesday 22nd September 2021 which took place at North Leamington School. The team played, Aylesford, NLS, Campion, Kingsley, and Kings High. After a tiresome weekend of Netball at Condover Hall, the girls played brilliantly, and with the energy needed to win. Attack was strong, and defence was tight. The whole team continued to demonstrate the core values Resilience, Confidence and Kindness. They also demonstrated encouragement, determination, and a high level of skill, enabling them to win 4 out of their 5 games. This resulted in them achieving second place overall. Several girls were awarded player of the match by the opposing team, this included Marie, Eve, Holly and Ruby. All the girls represented Southam College with great pride and did the school very proud.
Well done ladies, amazing, wonderful and thoroughly enjoyable as usual. Miss Evans
What a wonderful weekend we have had at Condover Hall, after year and half of absolute awfulness we finally managed to get on Netball Tour again. Over the weekend the Year 11 Team played fantastic netball and took part in the activities that were available at the centre. These included tunnelling, lazer maze, high ropes, wall climbing and abseiling.
The Netball got underway on Saturday morning and finished on Sunday afternoon; over the two days we played against Preston Netball Club, Waverley Netball Club, Alcester Grammar School and Cardinal Langley R.C School. The netball was of a very high standard, the best competition we have ever played, so every match was tough. Despite this the Year 11 Team played brilliantly, they worked hard, fought to the end and never gave up. The shooting team, which consists of Eve, Holly and Ruby were amazing, they worked the ball in and around the circle to ensure they were in the best possible shooting position and even under the immense pressure the shooting was accurate and consistent. On the attacking team, which was led by Abi, Marie and Ellie joined her to drive the ball up court and into the shooters, providing them opportunities to score. Finally on the defence team, Millie, Molly, Hattie, Amelia and Bella did everything they possibly could to put pressure on the opposing teams; forcing them to make errors; making outstanding interceptions to get possession and trying to prevent the opposition from getting the ball to their attacking and shooting teams as much as they could throughout the games.
Every single member of the team demonstrated all the values of Southam College and the ethos that the school strives for. There was definitely Resilience; Kindness to each other, the other teams they played and the younger members who joined us on tour. Confidence got better and better throughout the tournament regardless of the losses we experienced.
All of you should be extremely proud and you can certainly walk away from this weekend with your heads held high.
Thank you to Millie for captaining the team over the weekend and supporting all the team members and encouraging them to keep going, especially in the times where physical and mental toughness was needed.
You are all wonderful role models and I am so proud of every single one of you. Thank you for being such lovely human beings and making my job as your teacher and coach most enjoyable. You are an example of why I became a teacher and do the job I do! You are all absolutely amazing!
Player of the tournament:
Southam 5: Molly, She was awarded the player of the tournament because throughout, she worked hard every single second of the game, she stepped up and made sure that her opponent was not going to get the ball easily. Molly marked tight and made the most amazing interceptions. She also helped the attacking team by getting in to space, driving for the ball; this enabled her to assist in keeping possession and getting the ball to the shooters. Molly (and the others members of the team) has some very hard and not always nice opposition, she did not let this phase her and remained calm and just focused on the job she needed to do.
Our Year 11 Geography students have now completed two days of their fieldwork at Carding Mill Valley. We have had some fantastic feedback on their behaviour, manners and ability from the centre staff and visitors to the site.
Please can all Y11 attending Carding Mill Valley over the next three days remember to be at school for 7.15am as the bus will be leaving promptly at 7.30am. Students are allowed to bring a mobile phone if they choose but school rules apply to this regarding the usage. Estimated return time to Southam College is 6pm but we will keep you updated via socials and the school website. All students should bring the following:
Large amount of water
Suitable bag (backpack ideally)
Shoes for the day (ideally ones they do not mind getting wet if they want to go in the river but they must be suitable for walking in) and a spare pair (wellies are ideal as their trip shoes)
Do not wear jeans! They may want to bring spare bottoms