As part of Character & Culture lessons, all Year 9 and 10 students have been participating in a virtual Child Criminal Exploitation workshop with Loudmouth Education. Students have learned what Child Criminal Exploitation is, warning signs that a young person is being exploited, and where to go for support if they think they, or someone they know, are being exploited.
As part of Southam College’s World Inclusivity week, we are working together with The Helping Hands Community project. We are collecting warm clothing, including:
Both male and female and any age.
Please place all donations on the table by student reception.
All donations made will go to supporting local people in need this winter.
As part of Southam College’s celebration of World Kindness Day on Friday 13th November 2020, we would like to recognise the acts of kindness from all our community. Students are being asked to send in a photograph, highlighting their acts of kindness by Tuesday 10th November.
We want to strive to make the world a better place; promoting good deeds, celebrating positivity and highlighting our kind and caring students!
Please send all entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Southam College are celebrating World Kindness Day on November 13th 2020
Students who wish to take part, are required to send in a picture of their kind act.
Each entry recieves 30 HAPS with the overall most inspirational kind act, recieving 500 HAPS for their house!
Please send all entries by Tuesday 10th November
All entries will go towards creating our ‘Southam wave of kindness’
Congratulations to the following Year 10 students for winning the English Literature raffle for their hard work and effort towards tutor activities and for having a positive attitude to learning in lessons.
Anna Dimmock, Jack Donaghey & Savannah Eggleton.
We have seen some fantastic examples of the Literature Learning Postcards displaying some great conversations at home to showcase your learning in lessons.
Keep up the brilliant work, Year 10!
As part of your role as an ambassador, you will have the opportunity to develop democracy, mutual respect and individual liberty on a whole school basis.
Are you interested in developing cultural opportunities for all year groups?
Would you like to encourage all students to show kindness, confidence and resilience through these key virtues?
Being an ambassador is open to all year groups
First meeting to take place on Wednesday 14th October in P1 at 12:30pm
Please see Mrs Thomas for more details
Year 10 students braved the elements on Saturday to complete their bronze expedition. Well done to all involved and thanks to Mrs Stevens, Miss Brookes and Miss Parr for helping out