Year 11 student, Sam C, has braved the shave in order to raise money for cancer research.
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Southam College has been awarded The National Quality Mark GOLD Award for SMSC.
SOUTHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL wins 5* Certificate of Excellence from Good School Guide!
Southam College has been awarded the British Council's prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom.
As you know, this year's GCSE results have been awarded without examinations taking place. The grades have been awarded by the Exam Boards after they have gone through a standardisation process. You will have been awarded a Centre Assessed Grade or a higher Standardised Grade for each subject.
Bilton School celebrated another fantastic set of GCSE results this year.
Congratulations to all the students at Kineton High School who have received their results today!
Students at Southam College celebrated fantastic GCSE results today. Headteacher Ranjit Samra commented 'These results are a culmination of many years of hard work so today is a day to celebrate the wonderful achievements of our students, staff and families.
Well done to all Kineton High School Sixth form students for their hard work and determination to succeed in their post 16 studies.
Bilton School celebrated another set of excellent 'A' Levels this year with 97% of students gaining A*-C grades and a 100% A*-E pass rate.
The vast majority of Southam College students have been able to access their destination of choice following the release of 'A' level grades today.
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The Pastoral Team have been delivering 'Bilton; Growing Together' boxes.
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In school, we encourage children to have a network of people who they could go to if they needed support or help. Whilst the children are not in school it would be great if you could talk to them about who is now part of their network , as some people in their network may have been people in school, who currently they are not having contact with.
What to do if you're worried while school is closed
If you feel unsafe at home, or feel worried about a friend or sibling during the current situation, here are some things you may be able to do to get the help you need:
Text a trustworthy family member or safe adult who may be able to help you
Call Childline 0800 1111 and talk through how you are feeling and your concerns
Email one of the Designated Safeguarding Leads at school
Emma Longworth Emma.Longworth@stowevalley.com
Amanda Startup Startup.A@stowevalley.com
Call the police in an emergency (999) or a non emergency (101)
Speak to Young Carers if you are looking after someone at home 02476 217740
Look online at support from the Family Information Service
If you feel unsafe or in danger call the council helpline on 01926 414144
*If you are unable to do any of the above because it isn't safe to do so, perhaps you could alert a neighbour or passer by to your situation
On Wednesday 11th March, Bilton school sent a team of eight Year 10 pupils to take part in a Maths Feast at Myton School.
The children were treated to a musical performance by Ensemble 360 today.
The children had a fantastic time joining in with the musicians.
The children in year one have had the opportunity to take part in the Balance Bikes project.
Congratulations to all our Year 2 children who took part in the Sport Callenge at Campion School.