Reminder – All students completing the GCSE in Design and Technology (Textiles and Resistant Materials classes) have the option to purchase a revision guide.
For more information, please ask your Design and Technology teacher for a letter, payments can be made on parent pay.
The deadline to pay, ready for collection in September is Friday 13th July.
Our fanatastic Year 10 Food Preparation and Nutrition students have been focusing on food styling in recent weeks. They started with the basic skills such as julienne carrots, tomato roses and apple swans. They then moved onto decorative techniques such as piping, smearing and crumbs. They then did ready, steady cook with 3 cheddars, mayo and ketchup and finally had to present a fine dining breakfast to include and egg and one slice of bread.
So proud of them all
The Food Team
Available for 10SA4 to revisit work covered in year 9
The first session is tomorrow – lab 2 – 3.45-4.45pm with Mrs Sharpe
A stalwart Yr 10 Cricket Team hold firm against Henry’s!
Well done to all the boys who played in our match against King Henry VIII school this afternoon. In breezy conditions we produced our best performance in a few seasons to hold firm and draw a very close game against a competitive Henry’s side.
Southam batted first and put on 29 for the first wicket before a tricky delivery reared up on Aaron Sutcliffe who defended it to their Wicketkeeper. Freddie Hart threatened early on, but was unlucky to be given out to the very thinnest of edges. Ben Leahy batted well for his 16, and Dom Goddard played some solid strokes for his 4, but it was Oliver Clarke who steered us to our total with an unbeaten 27.
Henry’s openers started their reply confidently accelerating to 36 off 6 overs. However, needing 89 to win their wickets started to fall at regular intervals. 3 wickets a piece for both Ben Irving and Louis Pilgrim gave us a chance, but it still looked as though Henry’s would have enough to get their target. However, Man of the Match Oliver Clarke, having played so well with the bat, bowled vital tight overs at the end and it was fitting that he picked up the last wicket when the scores were level.
Congratulations to all the played and it was a fitting way to finish your season and Cricket at Southam.
THE CV SURGERY
Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th June lunchtime 12:30-1:10 in the ALS.
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to gain further advice and guidance on making a good impression through a CV and a Covering letter. Do go along to these extra sessions kindly offered by Mr Hughes our Careers Advisor to help improve your CV before your Mock interview.
Your Mock interviews take place on you Tuesday 26th, Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th June and you will need your CV and covering letter printed in preparation for this! Look out for the timetable being launched with the time and date of your interview from early next week, speak to your Life Skills teacher and Tutors.
Don’t forget you can access a range of fantastic support resources to help you write your CV, a covering letter, an application form but also to prepare for a job interview and searching for jobs/apprenticeships.
Best of luck for your interviews. Mrs Campbell,- Birch, Mr Hughes and the Life Skills team.
10A and 10C are getting stuck into their human geography fieldwork in Llandudno. Crossing our fingers for the good weather to continue!
We’re on our way home shortly, Miss Patel is looking forward to seeing 10a and 10c shortly.