Last week Mya M, Alex S and Emily T, three of our Year 10 finalists, completed in the Speak Out Regional Finals, hosted by ThinkHigher.
Art and Photography students had a thoroughly enjoyable time on their day trip to London.
Well done to all students who took part in the Rotary Young Chef 2019 competition. We had some fantastic results!
Congratulations to all of our students who have had their photography work selected for the Rugby Rotary Young Photographer Exhibition.
Well done to Tommy, Will and Teniel who delivered an excellent speech at the Rotary Youth Speaks Competition.
Bilton Sixth Form along with Philosophy and Ethic students from Southam welcomed the true life conferenc.
Mrs Parker's year 7 sculpture class have been busy creating box sculptures inspired by the artist 'Louise Nevelson'. They have been collecting items that would often be thrown away and giving them a new life in their sculptures which focus on shape, composition, pattern and tone.
The Art Department have been overwhelmed with the response to the new home learning projects. Students in Year 7 have focussed on the theme 'Landscape' and Year 8 'Look up, Look down'.
We are delighted to announce that as of February 1st 2019, Temple Herdewyke Primary school is officially part of the Stowe Valley MAT, joining Southam College, Bilton School, Byfield Primary, Stockton Primary, Bishops Itchington, Southam Primary and Rokeby Primary.
The Trustees hosted the inaugural annual Conference of the Stowe Valley MAT on 26th January 2019, bringing together the Trust Board, Local Governors, Headteachers and MAT Staff.
We are delighted to announce that for the 5th year in a row the students and staff of Southam College have achieved an outstanding set of GCSE and A level results.
High achieving Bilton School students had a trip to Oxford University for the launch of 'Brilliant Club'.
Well done to Year 8 art students, who have participated in a fantastic Textiles/Fashion workshop with ex student Millie Hughes, who has gone on to study Fashion. Students have produced fabric prints inspired by artists/designers such as Fellix De Marle and Victoria Atelier.
We are delighted to announce that as of January 7th, Rokeby Primary school is officially part of the Stowe Valley MAT, joining Southam College, Bilton School, Byfield Primary, Stockton Primary, Bishops Itchington and Southam Primary.
Bilton School hosted 105 of Bilton Junior School Year 5 students. The students took part in two maths challenges. The first was a Murder Mystery challenge and then a Origami Cube challenge.
Well done to our year 11 Art and Photography students who have been working incredibly hard during their drop-down days this week. Their GCSE coursework is looking fabulous!
Thank you to all staff and students at Southam College, Harbury C of E Primary School and Byfield Primary School who have helped collect over 600 hats for the homeless and people less fortunate than ourselves this Christmas.
Southam College Photography Department has been thrilled with the high standard of the photographs submitted for the 2018 Sabrina Jones Photography Competition, the theme of which was 'Time'.
Christmas Disco Cracker!
Year 7 and 8 had a super time and danced the night away at our PTA Christmas Disco and we raised a fabulous £314 for the school!
Thanks to all who came and a big thank you to the PTA for organising and giving up their time to run the event.
Bilton School are proud to be supporting this community run project which is proving to be very beneficial for our students.
2018 Theme - Time
What is time and how do we represent it visually? Photography captures moments in time but the theme of 'time' can be explored in many different ways.
These paintings form part of a portfolio of responses to the Year 10 GCSE "War and Conflict" theme. Their large size and scale and use of a limited palette, high contrast and broad, heavy brushstrokes make for arresting and unsettling images.
Southam College students took part in a national Inspire event marking the WW1 Centenary celebrations at Coventry Cathedral last Friday.
Miss Tew and Mrs Curtis would like to thank all the Year 11 and 12 students who attended the Art in Action: Warwick University trip.
Many thanks to our Head Girl and Head Boy, Holly Rhoades and Michael Collins who attended the St Mark's Church Remembrance Service on Sunday and laid our poppy wreath on behalf of the school.