The exam will cover Ethics 1 (marriage and family life an medical ethics).
Please use the revision guide to cover topics in detail and ask your Philosophy teacher any questions.
Year 10 and 11 played in a sevens tournament at Alcester last night with Myton, Henly, Alcester Grammar and Studley all fielded sides.
Year 10s fielded both an A and B squads. Both sides took a little while to execute the change in tactics that 7’s requires. Keeping the ball “alive” and moving it down the line was the order of the day. Both squads played some great Rugby with the peach being a tap tackle save on our own 22 by Ward. He then secured the ball and the squad went through several phases and took the ball right up other end to score. Team B won the tournament and Team A came joint 4th. A cracking result, well done boys.
Year 11’s didn’t disappoint either. Defensively strong and a quick fire destruction of Studley at 22-0 to start. Henley was a hard fought win against a class side. A loss of focus against Alcester almost lost them the tournament but results against other teams set up a winner takes all against Myton. Southam learnt lesson and took the game 19-0 with a hat trick of tries from Wilde. Year 11 took the title!
Mr Franzoni & Mr Elkerton
The Year 11 Football Team started their season with a County Cup fixture v Higham Lane. This was a close result last season, so the boys were prepared for a tough game.
Higham had the better of possession in the opening stages with Southam having a couple of chances on the break. It was Southam that opened the scoring with Scott Martin heading home from close range following a corner. Joe Squirrell made it 2-0 shortly after with a fine left foot strike. Fin Wilde then bundled the ball in from a Martin cross after a good passage of play and possession from the Southam midfield.
Matt Rose struck from close range to make it 4 just before half time. There was a serious injury to a Higham player that required an ambulance to be called. It was unclear what had happened, but everyone at Southam wishes him a speedy recovery.
After a prolonged break there was a shortened second half, which enabled Southam to make it 5 through Joe Squirrell again after a fine lay off from Harry Woods. Southam made more chances but could not build on their lead. A fine start to their final season, well done boys!
We are two weeks into the most important year of your education so far and want to say well done for having such a positive approach to this challenge. We have heard so many great comments from your teachers and have been impressed with your work ethic when we have been into classes. Mock Exams are only 8 school weeks away (17th November) so remember to start your revision for these over the next couple of weeks.
Keep up the hard work!
Miss Mason, Mr Johnson and Mrs Bretherton
B1 test on all the Biology you learnt in Year 9 will be during your first Science lesson of next week. This is for all Year 10 students as well as 11SA1, 11SA2, 11SA3, 11SB3.
Make sure you have collected your set of revision cards from you Science Teacher
Click link below and print double sided to make your own revision cards
Mr Matthews Year 11 Science group carried out some heart dissections on Monday as part of their Biology lesson. Dissections are a great way to learn about anatomical features in physical detail and as you can see, despite some initial squeamishness, their surgical skills were very impressive.
Well done Year 11