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Unlucky loss for Southam!

The match against Kenilworth school was extremely close, Southam lost by half a Rounder! The girls played brilliantly, showing their fielding skills had improved a great deal already since their last match. In the first innings Southam took an early lead achieving five and a half rounders to Kenilworth’s three and a half. In the second innings Kenilworth’s batting was excellent allowing them to achieve another eight rounders.  Southam fought hard to keep it tight but just couldn’t quite keep the score low. Finally Southam stepped into bat, there was some cracking hits from the girls. With Sophie Constable and Hannah Nelson successfully contributing to the score line. Unfortunately Southam could not quite get the extra rounder needed to win. Final score, Kenilworth eleven and a half rounders, Southam eleven Rounders!

Marie Green was deservedly awarded ‘Player of the match’.

Well done to all the girls who played, you have done yourselves proud! Miss Evans.


As we approach the end of year exams for KS3, we would like to highlight the importance of structured revision. The English Department have prepared revision packs for all year 8  students, in order to support them to be successful in their exam. Follow the link attached to access the revision packs (your child should also have received a hard copy from their English teacher). We wish all year 8 students the best of luck in their end of year exam, and we are confident that they will be the best they can be!

Happy revising!

The English Department

Year 8 English Revision Booklet

Super Six Athletics

On Tuesday afternoon we took 4 teams across to Edmondscote for the School Games Super Six Athletics event. This unique team event means each individual must compete in 1 track event (100,200 or 800) and 1 field event (Long jump, Shot or javelin) – from this the winning team will go forward to the level 3 School Games finals later in July.
The team results are yet to be published, but Southam had some fantastic results so we have our fingers crossed.
We had convincing wins for Charlie (7), Isabel M (7) and Maddie (8) in the 100m. Similarly proving strong in the 800m with wins for Jonathon (8) and Madeleine (8) and second places for Holly (7) and Abi (8).
Performance of the day went to Max (8) for the best sporting gesture – as he assisted a student from Aylesford along for 400m of the 800m to ensure the boy finished the race.
Well done everyone some fantastic performances.
Mrs Turton and Mr MacGibbon
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Year 7 and 8 girls and year 8 boys all qualify for the Level 3 School Games Competition in July.

Year 8 take first win of the Rounders Season

Such a brilliant achievement for the the year 8 Rounders Team who beat Campion by half a rounder in their first match of the season on Wednesday 22nd May 2019.

In the 1st innings Southam batted well achieving 5 and half rounders. Campion also managed to achieve 5 rounders despite Southam doing their best to keep the score tight. In the second innings Southam batted even better achieving 9 rounders. Campion got off to a slow start with their batting; in the final few balls of the game Southam started to panic and seemed to lose their way in the field. This resulted in Campion getting some excellent rounders in the final stages in the match slowly bringing the score line close again. Southam remained resilient and managed to win the game overall 14 and half rounders to 14. Sophie Constable was deservedly awarded ‘Player of the match’ due to her epic batting.

Thank you to Marie Green who captained the team. Finally a huge well done to everyone who played, I am really looking forward to coaching you this season.

Miss Evans