Are you missing any containers? If so please send you child to the food department to have a look through our vast selection of food storage boxes. We will keep them until the last day
of term and unfortunately if not collected we will have to dispose of them.
Do you want to find out what Stratford-upon-Avon College can do for you?
Come along to our Open Event on December 7th, 5.30pm to 7.30pm and discover the great range of courses on offer at Stratford-upon-Avon College!
Every day up until Christmas day, Southam College will be celebrating student successes and achievements. Look out as behind each advent door, we could be celebrating your achievements from 2016.
The latest issue of Digital Parenting is available to view and download now. It is totally free – just follow the link. It is full of useful advice on how to protect children (and the whole family) when online and using social media.
Friday 2nd December 2016 – Periods 3 to 5
Monday 5th December 2016 – (Primary School show) Periods 3 to 5
The first Dance Production rehearsal is on Friday 2nd December 2016. All students who are involved in the Dance Production must get ready/changed into their costumes at break time and meet in the hall for the start of period 3. Please make sure you get lunch in advance.
If you have not done so already please make sure your music has been handed in to Mr Southall.
Today our revision documents give and overview of key developments in 20th century entertainment. You could create your own timeline showing key events and changes in how people spent their leisure time over the century. Happy History revision!
Tonights Rugby tournament has been cancelled due to water logged pitches.
Sorry for any inconvenience
This week the revision resources published on our website will be focused on the ‘Sport, leisure, tourism’ exam unit. Today there is an overview that you can use to audit your knowledge and have a go at some of the example questions. The Power Point is a quiz generator that will flash through a range of key words / topics – can you give a range of information (describe) each topic that comes up? Happy History revision!
Unfortunately due to the weather, Y11 Rugby training has been cancelled this evening.
Year 11 Philosophy and Ethics revision this lunchtime in p1. This is the final opportunity to cover key exam topics and practice exam techniques. All students are welcome, please bring your lunch. 12:30pm start.
Also, don’t forget to use the Year 11 blog to support your revision for the Philosophy and Ethics exam:
Today the revision resource cover the topic of punishment over time. You could use the information to create mind maps for each time period, using different colours for general information and the attitudes to punishment. Add links between each mind map to show why punishments changed over time. Happy History revision!
For the all the students who did not attend the meeting on Friday 18th November there is another meeting on Monday 21st November at break time in the gym.
ALL students who are involved in the Dance production MUST meet Miss Evans to receive letters; to give details about certain acts and any other additional information. It is very important you attend this meeting so preparation for the show can be made.
Monday marks the start of the first wave of pre-public exams for Year 11. It will be a busy fortnight for students and it is important that you all ensure that you make the most of the opportunities that these exams can give. The exams will give your teachers a really good indication of what your strengths are as well as what we need to focus on over the next few weeks and months as we approach the real GCSE exams. All of your exams should be taken seriously and you should really aim to show your teachers just how good you are.
It is important to remember the following:
Arrive on time to your exams. If you have a morning exam you must first go to tutor and then to the Hall, we would like prompt starts to all exams taking place.
It is essential that you are fully equipped this includes: A number of black pens and pencils, ruler, protractor, compass, rubber, highlighter, calculator, coloured pencils if required by your subject. All in a clear pencil case.
All exams will take place in the Hall unless stated otherwise and all information for each exam will be posted outside of the Hall every morning and afternoon. Please check the boards carefully.
Year 11 you have all been working incredibly hard towards these pre-public exams. We have been continually impressed by the work ethic and approach which you have shown this year so far. Now is the time to put all of that effort into excellent use and really showcase the talent that we as a year group have to offer.
Also, please remember that the Year 11 team are here to help, if you have any queries or concerns, or you just want to talk. Speak to your tutor, Mrs Bretherton, Miss Mason or myself and we will be happy to help.
Wishing you all the very best for the next two weeks
Today’s revision resources focus on catching criminals and the development of policing from 1500 to the present day. You could use the information to create an overall ‘success chart’: for each time period consider the positive and negatives of each form of catching criminals and use this as evidence to decide ‘how successful’ policing was at this time. This can then form the basis of a plan for a Section B exam question. Happy History revision!