Paramedic Careers Talk

Friday afternoon former Southam College student Keith Bromwich delivered a careers talk on how to become a Paramedic to interested Year 10 and Year 11 students.
Keith is currently working as a Parmedic Science lecturer at Oxford Brookes University. Keith gave our students a presentation on what it is like to be a Paramedic. He informed our students of the different subjects and grades required by universities, how volunteering and work experience placements can enhance the students application. At the end of the session students were able to use a simulator to help a patient who was having a heart attack.


Advanced Apprentice Engineer – Powertrain


We are seeking to employ and train two Powertrain Engineer apprentices to work in the Advanced Engineering and Powertrain department. You will be highly trained to work in the world of Powertrain Test and Development. The initial training will be broad based Engineering leading to an appointment as a Powertrain Engineer.

Year 11 GCSE Personal Survival and Swimming

An important reminder to all students who are being assessed in Personal Survival and Swimming from 11C and 11D GCSE P.E must attend the Thursday lunchtime sessions (at the Leisure Centre Swimming pool) which start this Thursday 12th January 2017.

All students must sign out and sign back in at the student office; they must make sure they have their appropriate clothing outlined by the specification and swimwear for every session. If there are any problems please see Miss Evans or Miss Maclachlan as soon as possible.

Girl’s Rugby

After a successful first term of Girl’s rugby seeing the numbers for participation soaring into the high 30’s at times. It would be lovely to see everyone back again this week (Wednesday 11th) and every other D8.
Rugby club welcomes all ages, abilities and is open for new comers. It would be lovely to see as many girls there as possible.

Miss Warman