All posts by southamcollege

House Poetry Competition Winner

The English Department would like to congratulate Poppy Hilton on winning the House Poetry Competition with her outstanding poem inspired by Autumn. “The rhythm of the poem and the delivery in recording truly emphasise the changing of the season; very well done!” – Mrs Green.

Follow this link to listen to Poppy’s winning poem. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RX61kMGBieM 

Students who came highly commended are: Harvey Austin, Alex McKie and Isla McKenzie. Well done on writing some excellent poetry.

Year 7 Island Competition

The Philosophy and Ethics team would like to say a big thank you to all those students who entered The Island competition. The entries have been completed to such a high standard and include some great philosophical ideas.

1st Isabel McFerran

2nd Euan Grant

3rd Connor Bradley

Highly recommended students:

Isabel Bergendorff, Rebecca Thomas, Abbie Bourton, Jess Neal-Brooks, Charis Drain and Rhianna Walsgrove.

Well done

Screen Shot 2016-10-19 at 15.14.04.png

Year 7 Rugby

A Turner Masterpiece!

Southam 30 Ashlawn 0

A classic display of forward play by Austin Turner ensured Southam had a flying start to the tournament. His strong running brought him a hat trick of tries, but it is his strength in the ruck and maul that are so priceless.
Dion Tulloch scored his first try for the school, taking his opportunity to burst through a tiny gap. There were further tries for the excellent Harry Latus and Tom Parkin Neal.

Taylor Measures Up!

Southam 20 Harris 0

James Taylor is started to get the measure of rugby. He superbly ripped the ball of opponents on several occasions before setting up a ruck to ensure quality possession for the team. His driving runs are becoming an increasing feature of games.
Nick Houldey scored another brace of tries. At full charge Nick is a daunting prospect to tackle! There were also fine tries for Spencer Wandsworth and Rhys Bennett. It was great to see more passing and teamwork in this tournament.

Wadsworth Proves His Worth!

Southam 30 Bilton 0

Spencer Wadsworth is proving to be a crucial component of this exciting team. His pace and elusive running brought him yet another try, but as Full Back his tackling is vital. One particular tackle stands out which helped ensure Southam did not concede a try all tournament!
Captain Archie Coats scored an amazing solo try by ripping the ball of an opponent before weaving through six despairing defenders! Tom Parkin Neal, Harry Latus, Rhys Bennett and Nick Houldey completed the scoring and another very successful evening!r1