Tassomai learning Programme Letter
Year 7 show spirit of rugby in sensational finale at Southam
The most improved team of the year came fresh from a Victory at Bablake 1/2 to crown the season with another win vs President Kennedy Coventry.
The team had a pre match knock when inspirational captain Jasper H went home ill, but there were still 19 lads available with 3 new caps in the squad.
With PK down players, boys went over and played for the opposition. Jacob H, Alex P, Josh F and Gethen M were outstanding in fighting against the green and black tide of hard running and rucking Rugby. They were equally as hard and committed in the tackle when playing for Southam in the second half. Alex P the most improved of the bunch. Tries came from Macsen Sam L on debut, Freddie D, Jo B, Oscar M to name but a few. As much as Southam now look good with the ball, everyone needs to improve their tackling. This is a big area to work on. It will turn a good side into a great side.
Josh F linked well and showed that they are starting to get a pattern of play to their game . Harry F was a brilliant example of latching and having two scrum halves battling with Seb G and Ben R has improved standards. Morgan J ran well as did Harvey KV. Coen B was committed in the rucks as was the new flying full back Thomas G. 30 -10 at half time to Southam.
Oscar M played for the opposition in the next game and it was only Macsen N playing out of position at full back that stopped him. The plaudits however go to Fin H for a great run on the wing – jinking like a young Shane Williams – and also Nav S. This lad shows real promise strength and a passion for the game. local coaches need to snap him up!!
Man of the match was close. It could have been so many players Jo B was very close, Oscar, Alex P and Macsen, but it has to go to Toby R. whose first half tackling, and commitment was fantastic.
Final score 55- 20.
Well done boys – training continues!
Extreme Reading Competition
Year 7 Netball
Southam vs Kings High
The Year 7 team made it to the semi-final against Kings High. The game was tough and demanding as the opposition dominated the game. Southam were resilient and demonstrated fantastic team work! Well done to all the girls who took part and represented Southam College with pride.
Well done to Phoebe who was awarded ‘players player’.
Thank you for all your hard work and commitment, it is really appreciated! Miss Evans.
Instrumental and vocal lessons
Hello everyone! It’s great to hear that so many are interested in instrumental and vocal lessons! Our tuition is covered by Warwickshire County Music service, who send in various peripatetic teachers across the week.
This link should take you directly to the Warwickshire County Music Service instrumental lesson sign-up website: https://warwickshiremusic.paritor.com/
You’ll then need to choose:
- In School Tuition – Direct Parent Billed (DPB)
- Southam College (DPB) – Southam
- Whichever instrument / voice is your choice
From then on it should be filling out the information as required.
If the above link doesn’t work you can try the regular Warwickshire County Music Service website, then click ‘Enrol Today’ : https://www.warwickshiremusichub.org/
If you need to call them, then use 01926 742630 – and that should hopefully work!
Mr. Thompson (Head of Music)
School Games Festival of Fun
On Tuesday morning a small group of year 7s attended the School Games Festival of Fun at Newbold Leisure Centre. The students took part in a variety of activities competing against students from Campion and Myton in Dodgeball, Basketball, Short Tennis and Badminton. The group also had the opportunity to use the rock climbing facilities which they thoroughly enjoyed. The students showed fantastic comradery and support for each other as they challenged themselves throughout the morning.
Well done to everyone involved!
‘Living Eggs Ready to Hatch’ programme
From Monday the 6th of March the Science department will be taking part in the ‘Living Eggs Ready to Hatch’ programme. This means that we will be looking after 10 chicks (once hatched) for this time, and we need some helpers! If you are interested in helping to care for the chicks before school and/or during lunchtimes over the next two weeks, please attend a short meeting at the start of lunch on Friday the 3rd of March in lab 2 with Mrs Sharpe.
Watch out for our House Connection Challenge after half-term!
This week some of our year 7 students completed their textiles rotation. At the start of the rotation the students were given the theme Promoting the Environment and were challenged to make a bag using different hand sewing and embroidery techniques. We have had some fantastic designs.
In year 8 they will be learning how to use a sewing machine.
Well done year 7.