Collins Connect is now up and running for all year 9, 10 and 11 students.
You have access to the online textbook used in science lessons as well as videos and Power Points. This is excellent for revision and a study tool to assist you with home learning.
Click on students sign in, select ‘Southam College’ and enter your DOB, first letter of surname and year (9, 10 or 11).
You will then be prompted to set yourself a password before access.
Please see your science teacher or Mrs Jones (Science) if you require any assistance.
Students are welcome to take part in any of the events listed.
Through the week, we hope to promote the key virtues of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance to all.
Thank you for all your support.
Well done to Jonathan I in Year 9 who recently competed in the ICF (International Canicross Federation European championships in Belgium.
He ran brilliantly with his 6 year old Working Bred Pointer Daphne coping with very tough trail conditions over the two day race.
We are delighted to announce that Jonathan came home with a Silver medal!
WELL DONE FROM EVERYONE AT SOUTHAM COLLEGE
Well done Jonathan, ” mad dogs and Englishman!” what an extraordinary feet. You should be very proud of your efforts. Outstanding!
On Friday our Year 9 Food Preparation and Nutrition students investigated the reaction of various emulsions in equal quantities of oil and vinegar.
Using egg yolk, egg white and mustard, the reactions were measured and observed at set time intervals, to decide which became the most stable.
Well done for an interesting scientific lesson.
Day 1 – String Orchestra
Day 6 – Wind Band
We rehearse in MH1 every Monday 3.30 – 4.45. Just come along or see Mrs Thompson if you have any questions.
Christmas Crafts have started! This term Craft Club have been creating fantastic Nordic houses.
Year 9 played against Kingsley on Thursday 21st November 2019 at Southam. The girls played brilliantly, creating some lovely chances. They worked well as team; with the defence making some excellent interceptions in the circle against a very strong Kingsley attack. Despite their efforts and resilience they were defeated by Kingsley. Final score 2-10. This score did not reflect the overall game. ‘Well done to all who played. Yet again I am very proud of your performance.’ Miss Evans