Thank you to all departments who supported our Echo Eternal Holocaust campaign day 2022.
Visiting lessons today it was wonderful to see students engaged in discussions from making pledges for the future, exploring scientific investigation to racism and In Food Technology exploring the our survivors testimony’s culture through the recipe of Goulash. It was a thought provoking day which students led well and asked thought provoking questions.
Thank you to Southam College’s Philosophy and Ethics students for creating pledges as part of our Echo Eternal Holocaust campaign day. Students learnt of our assigned Holocaust survivors experience and created pledges in response to this.
Just a reminder to all girls who attend Football Training after school on a Thursday that training is still running as usual 3.30pm to 4.45pm. If you have not been before and would like to start, please come along on Thursday 20th January 2022. If you would like more information, please see Miss Johnson.
Southam College are proud to be supporting the national Echo Eternal Holocaust campaign this year. All Year 9 students will be completing the calendar of events throughout their lessons today in response to our assigned Holocaust survivor’s testimony.
On Thursday afternoon the u13 girls team travelled to rural Derbyshire to play in the last 32 of the National Cup against De Ferrers School.
The game was played in bright sunshine on a boggy pitch but that didn’t deter the girls. The girls battled hard and great defending from Rosa, Edith and Sharon kept the score at 0-0. There were very few chances created in the first half but there were large passages of good football played by the determined Evie, Tammy, Eva and Connie with Grace working hard up front. 0-0 at half time.
The second half was much more open and both teams created chances. A fantastic double save from Frankie kept the score at 0-0. Southam were having to defend a lot in the second half with Bella and Bethany working really well on the right hand side. Southam left it late to grab a goal. A fantastic run from Bella allowed Eva to play a through ball to Evie who was composed and shot into the bottom corner to give Southam a 1-0 lead. Southam then defended superbly well for the last 4 minutes and held on for a 1-0 win.
Players of the match:
Frankie- a tremendous performance with some outstanding saves and great distribution.
Sharon- tough tackling and superb defending for the whole game!
Ladies, I am so so proud of your performance and reaching the last 16 of the National cup without conceding a goal!!
This is a fantastic achievement to get this far from 456 teams entering!
Southam College pledge to act now and in the future in response to Holocaust survivor Dov Reichmann’s testimony. We pledge to promote mutual respect and acceptance leading to ensuring our ‘right’ attitude leads to the ‘right’ actions.
Vous êtes invités à une pièce de théâtre! On Friday 21st January during Period 1, Onatti Productions will be performing the French play ‘Mon père ne me comprend pas!’ for students in Years 9-13 who are studying French, as well as French students in 8WH3, 8WH4, 8WE3 and 8WE4.
Southam College are proud to be supporting the national Echo Eternal Holocaust campaign this year. All Year 9 students will be completing the calendar of events throughout their lessons on Friday in response to our assigned Holocaust survivor’s testimony.
Thank you to all subject leaders for supporting our commemorative response to the Holocaust.
Warwickshire Police Cadets is for young people who wish to engage in a programme that offers them an opportunity to gain a practical understanding of policing, develop their spirit of adventure and good citizenship, while supporting their local policing priorities through volunteering, working with partner agencies and positive participation in their communities.