Southam College are running a HOUSE competition as part of our celebrations during Global Virtues week. We would like all students to enter at least one picture they have taken which illustrates a ‘celebration of our lives’.
All entries receive HAPS and the winning polaroid wins family tickets to the Belgrade Theatre to see ‘In the Willows’.
We must receive all entries by Wednesday 27th February.
After the previous 3 weeks of House Sport the final standings are:
1st – Godiva: 1900 HAPs
2nd – Webb Ellis: 1800 HAPs
3rd – Shakespeare: 1700 HAPs
4th – Whittle: 1500 HAPs
A very close competition! Well done to all students that took part.
On Tuesday night the Year 9 Netball took part in the first of two league nights.
The girls played some great netball over the four matches and rectified the mistakes they made from the game played last week.
The first two games resulted in two great wins with some good defensive work from all girls down the court. The third game against Kingsley was our toughest game of the evening and after taking a 4-0 lead the girls became complacent and started to make some silly mistakes which saw them losing by 2 goals at half time. The girls had to work hard and managed to force Kingsley into making errors which managed to see the girls drawing on the final whistle. The last game the girls got back to winning ways and made it a hat trick of wins for the evening.
Southam V Kenilworth Won 9-3
Southam V North Leamington School Won 20-0
Southam v Kingsley Drew 10-10
Southam V Aylesford Won 11-2
Well done girls. Proud of you.
Our Year 9 Hospitality and Catering students were set a Fruit Challenge practical, to practice their knife skills and to chop and display a selection of fruits in an attractive way, that would encourage young children to eat more fruit.
Great work Year 9. Well done!