The following local companies have recently contacted the Careers Office to inform the school that they are willing to offer work experience placements to Southam College students:
The Wigley Group (Stockton)
Placements would be based in the Central Group Operations Department which provide the businesses with accounting, administration, reception, compliance and events support.For more information contact – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staverton Garage (Staverton)
For more information contact call 01327 310691
3PA (Woodford Halse)
3PA manufacture custom built plastic modular conveyors which we sell into the plastics processing industry.We also act as agents for specialist machinery manufactured by companies based in Germany, Portugal, Taiwan, China, Korea, Switzerland and USA.
We sell spare parts and turnkey machinery solutions from our offices in Northants to companies like Amazon, Muller Dairy, medical device manufacturers, food packaging manufacturers, plastic recyclers, cart component manufacturers, as well as specialist companies making things like floats for underwater ocean cables.
We have an open plan office with 4 desks and a meeting area where we host visitors and conduct teams/zoom meetings with our customers/suppliers who hail from several parts of the globe.
Our newly updated website will tell you more about what we do – https://www.3pa.uk.com/
For more information contact – Dale – email@example.com or call 01327 263082
Twilight STEM careers evening session, commencing:
Tuesday 22nd June 2021 for female Y10 – 13 students
4.30pm – 6.30pm
Thank you to Jasmine, Year 10 who has been supporting our Sexual Violence Awareness week.
Jasmine is visiting all tutors this week to ensure both staff and students have the opportunity to purchase a teal ribbon in solidarity against sexual violence.
All donations will go to supporting the three charities who are supporting our week of events.
Coventry Haven Women’s charity • Coventry Sexual Assault centre • Rosa Rugby
Thank you to Coventry Sexual Abuse Centre who supported our Sexual Violence Awareness week. Charlotte from the centre delivered a workshop and presentation to our Year 10 and 11 students today discussing with students what sexual violence is, consent and support and advice on this matter. It was thought provoking and allowed students to reflect on this topic in a safe and thoughtful environment.
Year 10 student: “Today in our talk, CRASAC spoke to us about sexual harassment, rape culture, how to seek support and consent. I thought it was really informative, current and powerful.”
A dry start after a very wet night in the Peak District. All teams in good spirits ready for the last 12 miles walk today.
Day 1 and day 2, all seven team enjoying the peak District and our first opportunity to camp for two years.
Our Talent ID day will provide you, as a prospective student-athlete, with the opportunity to showcase your talent, discover more and take your first step on your journey to joining our outstanding academic and elite sport performance programme in September, 2021.