Last night Southam College Year 10 netball team went to Princethorpe for what proved to be an intense game of netball. Both teams played amazing with excellent feeds from the centre court players – Nicole Sparkes, Caitlin Thomas, Jeri Jenkins, Maisie Powell and Eve Rea. Jess Frogley, Eve Murphy and Eloise Merrell played well rotating the shooting, working as a team to work the ball into the net. Sophie Kirk and Rosie Hill managed to work well together in defence slowing the Princethorpe feeds down into the attacking circle. Caitlin Thomas was a well deserved player of the match who was in control throughout the game, intercepting regularly and providing excellent feeds into the Southam shooting circle. In the end Princethorpe took a strong lead with their fast and sharp play and although a 29-7 loss, the score didn’t reflect the overall play. A solid game for Southam with some really nice play and whole team effort.
Well done girls!
Year 10 have been learning about the transition metals and their properties. They used play dough to model the strong electrostatic attractions between metal cations and delocalised electrons and how these give metals a high melting point.
Well done Year 10!
Reminder that Insight closes for booking appointments at 4pm today, if you have not yet made appointments please do so today for Parents’ Evening on Thursday this week.
Diamond Light Source have a vacancy on their schools work experience program. The work experience placement is aimed at students interested in a career that is Science related. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 3rd February. If you are interested in applying, please click on the attached link:
Please note that this work experience placement is during term time (4th – 8th July) and students will only be able to attend this placement if they have good attendance and are on schedule to meet or exceed the exam targets.
The Year 10 ski safety meeting was fully attended tonight.
Thanks to pupils, parents and staff for giving up part of their precious Friday evening.
Getting excited now! Look after yourselves over the next couple of weeks.
The Philosophy and Ethics department are looking forward to welcoming Dr Black from the University of Lancaster today. He will be delivering a conference to all year 10 students on Hindu views towards the environment.
This will support the GCSE Philosophy and Ethics course.
The results were as follows for the Year 10 Quiz yesterday lunchtime:
1st Webb Ellis – The Musketeers- Harry Kirk, Dom Priest, Dan Ridges with 41 points
2nd Webb Ellis – ‘Here for the sweets’ team- Izzy Barker, Katelyn Southwick, Paige Smith, Hannah Legon with 40 points
3rd Webb Ellis – ‘Rocky the Roadie’- Twahah Rashid, James Davey, Lewis Timms, Jacod Dodd with 38 points
4th Shakespeare – ‘Deal with it’ – Ben Hall with 37 points
An impressive turn out for the House Quiz yesterday, well done Year 10. There were not 1 or 2, but several teams representing their Houses today.We were particularly impressed with Webb Ellis who had 5 x full teams of students! Well done to all of you for coming along and showing commitment to your House, your effort did not go unrecognised, look out for your HAPS and we hope you all enjoyed the treats! Heads of Houses were hugely impressed with the general knowledge scores, engagement and positivity of all students.
We look forward to another round of the House Quiz with Year 9 today!
Year 10 students have had a brilliant time at the Snow Dome. Pupils impressed staff and instructors with their progress on the slopes. Some pupils even showed off their jumping skills. GCSE pupils were the class act we thought they were A’s all round! Everyone is looking forward to the ski trip!
Please remember to bring your ski clothing to school on Friday. You will need warm and waterproof clothing NO jeans! You must also bring ski socks. On Friday please go straight to the bus bay after your period 4 lesson with your ski kit. We will be returning to school at approximately 7.30pm. If you have any questions please see Mrs Morten or Mr Franzoni.
Tuesday 26th January
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