Southam College awarded with 'gold award' for the way it helps its pupils

They have been praised for providing social, moral, spiritual and cultural opportunities for all its students

Southam College has been rated as 'gold' and recognised nationally in providing outstanding provision for social, moral, spiritual and cultural (SMSC) opportunities for all its students.
Southam College has been rated as 'gold' and recognised nationally in providing outstanding provision for social, moral, spiritual and cultural (SMSC) opportunities for all its students.

Southam College has been awarded the top mark nationally for the way it helps its pupils.

Southam College has been rated as 'gold' and recognised nationally in providing outstanding provision for social, moral, spiritual and cultural (SMSC) opportunities for all its students.

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As part of the award process, an external moderator visited the school and spoke with staff, students, governors and parents, discussing how the school builds social issues, moral awareness, spiritual development and cultural opportunities within the curriculum.

Sian Rowland, SMSC moderator, said: "It is clear to see the school values permeate every area of the school."

A spokesperson for Southam College said: "The award recognises the commitment of the whole school community and local community - thank you for your continued support!"