On Thursday 3rd October the Technology Department took Year 7 on a trip to the Black Country Living Museum. Pupils were able to experience what it was like to live and work in the 1890’s. Some groups were able to see what it was like to work in a coal mine while others experienced life in a Victorian school. Whilst in the Victorian school room students had to recite the alphabet backwards! Well done to Aurelien Clark who was able to do this.
The year group was a credit to the school. Many comments were made during the day about how well behaved, courteous and smart Southam College students were. Well done year 7.