We are very mindful of the rising costs of ingredients (we all have to cook and provide for ourselves/our families too). Whilst we are trying to deliver our Curriculums as normal, we can help students should they be unable to source ingredients (currently eggs), by selling them the amount required, from our store cupboard. We encourage all students to bring in their ingredients ALREADY WEIGHED out, to save time. If they haven’t weighed out their ingredients, we have scales in school and request that students come to T2/T3 before school or at break time, to do this. We also HATE WASTE, now more than ever, so please remind students to take ALL food and any leftover ingredients home with them. Every week we have to throw food away that has not been collected – we just don’t have the storage space to freeze it all etc.
On Thursday 17th November Southam College played netball against NLS. It was a slow start for Southam meaning NLS took advantage to get in some early goals. First quarter score 4-1 to NLS. The second quarter was also a nervous 7 minutes; Southam tried hard to win and defend the ball but there was still no stopping NLS who scored another 5 goals. Score 9-1 to NLS. In the third quarter Southam finally changed their gear; they fought hard for the ball and defended the NLS shooters tight. The Southam shooters were successful in receiving the ball and scoring. Third quarter score 9-3. The final quarter demonstrated resilience for the Southam team, even they though they were down on goals they never gave up to attack and defend the ball. Unfortunately, there was not quite enough time to get up to the NLS score line. Final score 11-4 to NLS.
‘Thank you to all the girls who played and Isabella who was awarded player of the match and captained the team. There is a lot of positives we can take from the game so keep you heads held high.’Miss Evans
We, the Head Students are excited to announce a new approach to anti-bullying week this year. We have created a week that will surround the topics of sexism, racism and homophobia, and take a more direct and united approach to tackling bullying. Within this week we aim to educate the lower school on why bullying is not tolerated, but more specifically the history behind the aforementioned subsections of bullying and put a stress on why we shouldn’t use targeted, hateful words. The Year 12 prefect team are running a presentation session in years 7-9, which will be an educational session on why certain derogatory slurs are not used, and the history behind them. This is because we believe that educating students as to why these words are hurtful is a lot more efficient at tackling targeted bullying than punishment.