During the past two weeks the Year 11 GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition students have completed their food practical assessment.
The Non-Examined Assessment parts of the GCSE involve food investigations and a 2 hour practical, with the subject choices this year being ‘The Elderly’ or ‘Street Food’.
Students were required to investigate their chosen topic in detail and then make two appropriate, high skilled dishes. The finished street food dishes were presented in specially purchased takeaway food containers. The students produced an impressive array of tricky dishes, with some brave choices of unusual street food that is found in the Far East. Completed in 4 sessions, running after school, Year 11 worked to a prepared time plan and really rose to the challenge.
Thank you to parents/ carers for all the support provided and well done for creating some superb dishes Year 11.
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.
Year 11 Prom is now open again for payment on Parent Pay. We hope to be in a position to confirm whether or not it can take place later this month in line with further government announcements on the easing of restrictions.
Southam College’s Philosophy and Ethics department present their independent study guide. This guide identifies resources and ideas on how you can pursue your own philosophical and ethical interest further! Please share your philosophical questions and ideas with your teacher!