Three Old Seafordians Compete in Rio 2016 Olympics Hockey

chrisruhr-matsgrambuschIt is not often we see an Old Seafordian competing at the Olympics…so how about three Old Seafordians playing in one Olympics Hockey match at ‪#‎Rio2016‬!! And if that wasn’t enough, the winning goal was scored by OS Christopher Ruhr in the dying seconds of the game for Germany versus India yesterday. OS Tom and & Mats Grambusch also played! Match report here.…/india-vs-germany-hockey-results…/

Best of luck to the boys playing for Germany’s mens Hockey team versus Argentina later today in the group stages.

BBC Radio Sussex interview Seaford master about his grandfather at The Somme

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Seaford College Head of Humanities, Nick Angier, appeared on Radio BBC Sussex Breakfast show on 1st July 2016.   Nick talked with the host presenter Neil Pringle about his grandfather who was a budding football player (interest from Arsenal football club amongst others) before WW1 and who joined The East Surrey Regiment who were posted to The Somme area.

They went over the top on the morning of 1st July 1916 at 07.30 am encouraged by their Captain Billy Neville who used football as a means of encouragement to go over the top and a way to deter his soldiers’ from considering their certain fate. Nick’s grandfather raised signal flags in full display of The German positions to warn the British artillery to stop bombing their own soldiers in ‘no mans land’, but he was hit with shrapnel which ironically saved his life.  As he laid injured, his entire platoon was killed. Nick also mentions his daughter who has her own big fight against Leukemia, we wish her well.






We have made a recording of the coverage here



Old Seafordian Golfers open raises £255 for ‘Help for Heroes’

Tull, Mummery, Farrant with Fox, Stevenson & Ballard waiting22 Old Seafordian golfers rolled up for the third OSGS annual golf day at Leatherhead Golf Club on the northern slopes of the North Downs last Friday.

The undulating topography was deceptive and the layout of the course posed a serious test for all players. There were several tough approaches and dog-legs made even tougher by the 10-15mph northerly wind that punished even slightly errant drives, particularly on the first nine holes. The greens were fast for the time of year, which tested many a putt!

After an enjoyable day’s play, all players welcomed the warmth of the clubhouse (a nippy day it was!), some drinks in the 19th and a hearty meal accompanied by prize-giving and short speeches. The players also raised £255 for ‘Help for Heroes’.

Our full report is found here


Here’s an independent report from our rugby game at St John’s – a schools rugby classic

rugby-seaford-stjohns2015LRAnyone making the trip to Leatherhead yesterday afternoon was treated to one of the great spectacles of schools rugby as Seaford College secured a 36-31 win at St John’s.

Our Chapel Choir sing with Jonathan Antoine – Win a pair of tickets !


We are giving away a pair of free tickets to Jonathan’s concert at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre in Eastbourne on Friday 6th November 2015 and you will see from the poster above that jon’ has invited our chapel choir to sing with him on stage! The competition closes at 1pm on Wednesday 28th October 2015.

Jon’ sang with Seaford College choir at our Christmas carol concert at Chichester Cathedral in December 2013 and he became known before that as the TV tenor singing on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ in 2012. After this appearance Simon Cowell the producer is rumoured to have offered Jon’ and his singing partner Charlotte a one million pound recording contract.

For details of entry to prize draw see

BBC Radio Sussex Rugby World Cup interview with our Headmaster John Green

johngreenLRAhead of the England v Wales crunch match in the Rugby World Cup 2015, Seaford’s Headmaster, John Green was interviewed by Danny Pike on BBC Radio Sussex & Surrey following the success of our ‘two teams’ video
of Seaford’s choir and 1stXV rugby team singing ‘Swing Low Sweet Chariot’.

John Green played rugby for England U16s, U19s and U23s and captained England students for three years. He played professionally for the Saracens from 1992 – 1997 in the back row alongside the likes of England’s Richard Hill, arguably one of the finest back row players for England of all time. John Green coaches the rugby teams at Seaford College and is often seen in his suit and wellies being tackled by one of the players!

Ed Bowden who coaches the 1st XV alongside Antony Cook also features in the recording. Ed played professionally in Italy before joining Seaford in 2012. Ed also coaches for Harlequins academy and currently plays National League Rugby at Chichester RFC.

Sara Reynolds, Head of Voice and Choirs at Seaford and Head of Voice and Choirs at the Junior Royal Academy of Music in London conducted both teams.

Seaford College Choir and the 1st XV singing ‘Swing Low Sweet Chariot’ to support England in the Rugby World Cup 2015.

Two Seaford Teams Wishing England Good Luck vs Wales

seaford rugby skillsSeaford College Choir and the 1st XV singing ‘Swing Low Sweet Chariot’ to support England in the Rugby World Cup 2015. The video was put together with particular focus on England’s match versus Wales this Saturday as the Welsh do like a sing-song and we are all fond of competitive spirits!

The video features Headmaster, John Green who played rugby for England U16s, U19s and U23s and captained England students for three years. He played professionally for the Saracens from 1992 – 1997. John Green coaches the rugby teams at Seaford College and is often seen in his suit and wellies being tackled by one of the players!

Ed Bowden who coaches the 1st XV alongside Antony Cook also features in the recording. Ed played professionally in Italy before joining Seaford in 2012. Ed also coaches for Harlequins academy and currently plays National League Rugby at Chichester RFC.

Sara Reynolds, Head of Voice and Choirs at Seaford and Head of Voice and Choirs at the Junior Royal Academy of Music in London conducted both teams.


Joscelyn Johnson 22nd October 2014

spirit-community-chruch-conWe are very sad to tell you that Joscelyn Johnson died peacefully on Wednesday October 22nd.

The funeral and celebration of her life will be held at Seaford College Chapel on Sunday November 2nd at 2pm, followed by tea in the Mansion House. We would be delighted to see you all. Joscelyn joined the school’s academic staff at its wartime home in Worthing. There she met Charles Johnson, Seaford’s Headmaster for more than 46 years. She and Charles moved the school (then 75 boys) to Lavington Park in the Easter holidays of 1946. She has been a linchpin within the Seaford community ever since.

Donations: Seaford College was central to Joscelyn’s life and the Chapel a very special place for Joscelyn. Therefore if you would like to give a donation it will be put toward the repairs to the Chapel roof. Please make out cheques to Seaford College (Chapel Fund) or contact: Angela Thornley, email:  tel:01798867870

Funeral directors: W Bryder & Sons, The Gables
Upperton Road
Tillington, Petworth
West Sussex, GU28 9AB
Tel: 01798 342174


Remembrance Sunday Service and Activities

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Dear Seafordians

Mr John Green, Headmaster warmly welcomes all Seafordians to join in the Remembrance Sunday service on Sunday 9 November 2014 at Seaford College. As you will know, it is a very special event in the College calendar bringing current and post pupils together for a very extraordinary service. Everyone is asked to be in their seats in the Sports Hall for 10.30am.

After the service, a buffet lunch will be provided in Mansion House in the Senior Dining Room for Old Seafordians, governors and staff members. It will be a relaxed atmosphere, allowing a great opportunity to catch up with alumni as well as former and current members of staff.   If you would like to attend, it would be very helpful to receive your RSVP by Wednesday 29 October. Please contact Miss Jo Browne, School Secretary on 01798 867392 or email so we can inform our catering team. We will do our best to accommodate any late responses but we cannot guarantee a place so please let us know as soon as you can.

There is a number of sporting activities available to take part in or to spectate commencing at 2pm.   Please see the list below and make contact with the activity organiser if you are interested in joining in.  All the activities below are weather dependent and may be postponed if the weather conditions are unkind.

Clay Pigeon Shooting: Tony Bracci:

Golf: Neil Macfarlane:

Football: Antony Cook:

Tennis: Antony Cook:

Men’s Hockey: Nick Gregory:

Old Boys’ Kit: White shirts (provided by the College). Shorts & Socks – bring your own (white and dark of both if possible.)

Clay Pigeon Shooting: Due to the time restraints and the sheer volume of people who attend this event is offered to competent shooter and will be a 25 bird sporting shoot.

Tea and cakes will be served in the Senior Dining room following the afternoon of the activities have finished, approximately 4pm.   We look forward to meeting you all and hope you will be able to join us for this very special day in the Seaford College calendar.

With Kind Regards

John Green


Lest We forget

ww1tabletLRWe will always remember the 17 million people who lost their lives during the Great War and those Old Seafordians who fell. 900,000 British and Colonial Military were tragically lost in conditions they were not prepared for and 2 million more were injured and lived on with honour often not talking at all of their endurances for the rest of their lives.

Our own founder Colonel Savage lost his son at Gallipoli.

The college was based at Eastbourne during The Great War. The image shows the tablet dedicated to those OS who fell which is held in our school chapel and Major Dunlop kindly provided this research with soldiers rank, regiment and location of burial.

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Seaford Community Day and Radio Coverage on SpiritFM






Radio Interview 3rd July 2014 – Sarah Twigger of Seaford College with Spirit FM



Radio Interview 3rd July 2014 – Paul Giffen of Seaford College with Spirit FM


Further Details of the work carried out in the local community

Compass coaches very generously gave Seaford a free coach to help with the transport on the day; here is a list of projects and organisations that will benefit from the day:
1. Oakwood prep school – helping with reading and other activities at the prep school
2. Conifers Nursery – helping children at the nursery
3. Treasure Box Nursery – garden clearance, building fences, help the children
4. NEW Duncton Churchyard – painting the shed in churchyard and clearing the bus shelter.
5. Species watching – helping Graffham conservation society to count butterflies on the Southdowns, they have been carrying out a lot of conservation work and will use the survey to test how they are doing.
6. Air Ambulance – tour of airbase and hand over cheque £800 raised by Seaford students from 3 Peaks Challenge
7. Beach tidy at Bracklesham Bay – this year will include Seaford Prep School (Wilberforce) for the first time. This is work we have been asked to do because of council budget cuts
8. Bag packing at Sainsburys Chichester
9. Car Cleaning – Chestnut Avenue carpark, 10am-3pm
10. ABC Animal Sanctuary – West Chiltington
11. Dog Walking Climping – walking dogs for the Climping Dogs Trust
12. Brent Lodge, Animal Welfare Sidlesham – charity for injured birds that Steve Paxton & Walled Garden East Support. Helping sick birds, feeding and cleaning
13. Aldingbourne Trust – helping them to make wooden objects to sell. Help them sell their garden produce
14. Oakgrove College – help with outside work and gardening
15. Working with the Vulnerable at Whyke Estate Chichester – Using a list provided by social services carrying out jobs that are needed in the community
16. Graffham Nusery – reading & playing with the children at the nursery
17. Graffham Church – cleaning the church
18. Graffham War Memorial – cleaning the memorial. Removing graffiti and clearing the garden
19. Heyshott – Clearing shrub land
20. Bignor Park – clearing & gardening
21. Petworth Park & House – clearing weed from the pond
22. Carehomes-
a. Steyning – Jamie Pardy, Yolanda Gumpo, Lexie White & Annabelle Jefferies will be singing for the residents
b. Petworth
c. Pulborough
d. Bognor – Elizabeth House – residents will be taken down to Macari’s café for free coffee and cake. Thank you to Mr Macari for providing the free coffee and cake
23. Hosting Petworth Primary School at the College – 120 children will join us for a fun day of music, sport, drama & poetry. The Royal Marines – the visibility team is came in to do a demonstration

Seafordstock Tuesday 1st July 6.30pm

seafordstock14LR2Come along and enjoy Seafordstock, Mansion Terrace at 6.30pm on Tuesday 1st July 2014.  It will be a night of Rock & Pop and this year is set to be a one of our biggest Seafordstock events in its history.  Bring your own refreshments, picnics and picnic blankets.  Gates will open at 6pm.

There will be a special performance from all of Seaford’s Choirs of Gary Barlow’s Sing!  Seafordstock will feature songs from Christina Aguilera (Xtina), Passenger, Artic Monkeys, Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Adele and The Blues Brothers.

This is a great opportunity for students to have a well-earned end of year party and if they are leaving Seaford this year, to say goodbye.

We look forward to seeing you on the evening for fun & dancing!

Free Admission

Wet weather plans in place

For bookings



HonkIMG_8039LRA cast of 35 talented pupils from Seaford College Prep School, are to stage Honk! the Musical on Thursday 19th and Friday 20th June commencing at 7.00pm. It is an energetic, exciting new production based on the well known fairy tale The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Anderson.

Poor Ugly Duckling is mocked on the farm, pursued by the ever hungry Cat and finds himself in many perilous predicaments. We are introduced to a battery of colourful characters on his eventful journey from duckling to swan.HonkIMG_7921-(2)LR

With sets from Chichester Festival Theatre and a professional production team led by Jamie Kluckers this is a show not to miss.  Jeremy Weaver, the Musical Director, said, “ the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Ugly Duckling is full of laughter and wonderful tunes. The pupils are really working hard and it is a privilege to work with this young, dedicated and committed cast”

The College has a dedicated e-mail address for enquiries and bookings:-

There is no charge for this production



Old Seafordians Qualify for Final of Grafton Morrish

James Lynch & Max Farrant, Paul Sedwick & Neal Fox, Nick Tull (Capt) & Will Gilsenan and team coach Robert Mummery.

We are very proud of our OSGS team who beat the field in the qualifiers at North Hants Golf Club on Sunday 11th May 2014 in the Southern regional qualifiers of the Grafton Morrish.

Of the many entries from Public Schools all over the South of England The Old Seafordians finished top of the lot. The teams to beat 69 points were:

Seaford College [87], Canford [73], Marlborough [76], Wellington [72], Radley [73] and Sherborne [77].

Seaford College OS team comprised of the foursomes pairings of James Lynch & Max Farrant, Paul Sedwick & Neal Fox, Nick Tull (Capt) & Will Gilsenan. They spreadeagled the field and qualified in first place for the final by over 10 shots. Everybody played well in difficult windy conditions on a very demanding golf course. Special thanks go to Nick Tull in his role as team Captain, who did a magnificent job, both leading up to the event and during the competition. We are now looking forward to the finals at Hunstanton GC in Norfolk on Friday 3rd – Sunday 5th October 2014, the official practice day beforehand is on The Thursday 2nd October and the team will remain unchanged from those who played along with two reserves. The draw will be made on the longest day of the year 22nd June and we will then find out who we are drawn against. The finals are decided on a knock-out matchplay basis, so it will feel even more competitive on a head-to-head, Old college vs Old college basis.

The team would of course value your support at the venue where they will play for the trophy. More details to follow. Also many thanks to Robert Mummery for his ongoing efforts to help OSGS build. Exciting times for the players and any Old Seafordian wanting to connect to the golf side whether at an event or through the college. You can reach us at

Please do get in touch.

Gillian Rees Cycles 250 Miles Alongside Damon Hill Raising Funds for The Halow Project

Damon Hill PRESS RELEASE 8th May 2014

Seaford Prep School, College Raise Funds for Halow cycling 250 miles alongside Damon Hill  Seaford Prep School, Gillian Rees, cycled 250 miles alongside Formula One World Champion Damon Hill, to take part in the Two Boats Cycle to raise money for the halow Project.

Gillian, along with nearly 80 fellow cyclists, set off from Putney Bridge, pedalled to Portsmouth to catch the ferry to St Malo, and cycled onwards to Caen. After a brief pit-stop, they returned to the Channel, took a ferry to Portsmouth and cycled to the finish line at Guildford on Sunday afternoon.

Gillian, is a novice cyclist and showed incredible determination to complete the 250 miles in 48 hrs. She chatted to Damon Hill – who is patron of The Halow Project – during the ride and celebrated the end of the race by having a photo with him. The Two Boats Cycle has been organized to raise money for learning disability charity The Halow Project, which gives support to 16 to 35 year olds.


Gillian is dedicated to raising funds for halow and said: “I think the charity is fab. It fills a gap in the community to support young adults with learning difficulties to make their own choices in life”. Gillian now has the cycling bug, she was cycling into the wind most of the way and found the race tough but is very proud of her achievement. She said: “it was tough but it didn’t help that we were running late at the start of the race.I didn’t have time to check my bike and struggled to get up speed for the first 25 miles. When I took a break and checked my bike I realised I’d been cycling with my brake pads on, effectively trying to cycle whilst breaking!! Once this was fixed I was able to average 15 mph.”   Gillian has already raised £1,500 for halow from the ride and the total raised from the event so far stands at £75,000. Donations can be               made through:

Seaford College are continuing to support Halow with a Prep School Summer Fair on Saturday 17th May 2014. The fair is being held in Seaford’s beautiful grounds in Lavington Park from 2-4pm and is open to the public. Gillian said: “We look forward to welcoming the wider community to our Summer Fair. There will be Strawberries & Cream, a Pimms tent, an Inflatable Assault Course, Face Painting, Welly Throwing, a plant stall amongst other exciting activities. Families are invited to bring a picnic rug, enjoy some food & drink and have a fun afternoon relaxing and raising funds for halow.”

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For further information please contact:
Sarah Twigger
Marketing & Communications Manager
01798 867865
07557 439701


The Choirs at Seaford present an evening of varied vocal music, Friday 9th May

gary-choir-onstageThe Choirs at Seaford are presenting an evening of varied vocal music at 7pm on Friday 9th May in the Dining Hall, Mansion.

The Chapel Choir, Chamber Choir and Senior Choir will be singing repertoire ranging from Tavener to Eric Whitacre and from Folk songs to fun songs. Do come and support if you are able and enjoy the sounds that have recently impressed BBC Radio, ITV Meridian and even Mr Gary Barlow, as well as more than four thousand people in the Bournemouth International Arena.

If you would like to attend this free event, please email to secure your space – though seats will be un-reserved.


Chichester Golf ClubVery good news from SoOS.  After sounding out members the society has now officially formed and will launch their inaugural event on Sunday 4th May 2014 to be played at Chichester Golf Club.  The society is open to all SoOS members providing they join up and there will also be a non playing social membership.  The school is very pleased to be able to work with the committee of OSGS – Old Seafordian Golf Society in the area of golf development at the college and one of the aims of the society is to encourage younger players to practice and learn the game which is helped by the fact we have our own 9 hole course !

The society have already secured a number of sets of clubs donated by Old Seafordians which will be deployed to the golf manager at the college for use by students.  The positive aspects of the formation of OSGS will hopefully spill over from the current students golf time at Seaford to their future should they choose to benefit from joining the Golf Society when they leave Seaford and to keep in touch and network with their own and other peer groups.  Many parents will acknowledge that leisure sports in general have helped them to network in business and to help nurture client relationships.  One thing we must acknowledge is that the golf ball does not always go where one wants it to !

See The Old Seafordians Website for more details and to join OSGS


TV Tenor Sings at Seaford College

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Singing superstar tenor Jonathan Antoine is joining students at Seaford College for their end of term carol concerts.

Jonathan who, together with his singing partner Charlotte Jaconelli, was runner-up in the 2012 series of Britain’s Got Talent, is a pupil of College singing teacher Sara Reynolds, who also teaches at the Junior Royal Academy of Music in London.   He will be singing in the College carol services on Friday, December 13, with both the Chapel Choir and the Senior Choir. His visit comes just seven days after singing alongside one of Britain’s other top tenors, Russell Watson.

Sara said: “As you can imagine, the students are incredibly excited, as many followed his progress on the TV show with enormous enthusiasm once they knew he had been my pupil for the past three years.   “They have subsequently bought the albums – the second of which was released just a month ago – and are desperately keen to meet him.

“Not only will they will get to meet him – and even sing with him – but they will be able to spend time between the services finding out about the life of a young classical tenor thrust into stardom at the tender age of 17, as he was then.  “Jonathan is still only 18 and will be an inspiration to our students, as proof of just what can be achieved if you work hard and chase your dreams.”

Beaten to the winning place in ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ by a dancing dog did not deter Jonathan and Charlotte who were offered a £1m recording deal by Simon Cowell following the series.

Their first album ‘Together’ reached No 5 in the UK Album Charts and was later released in Canada and the USA. The duo are now under contract to Sony Records and their second album ‘Perhaps Love,’ released in October, is already another top 5 best-seller.


Rugby Reunion Team of ’74’

The gang from top left: Lionel Weston, John Green (headmaster), Keith Woodcock, John Nelson, Craig Reynolds, Adam Courlander, Mike Madeiros, John Dudeny, Andy Nightingale, Maurice Hudson, Rob Norton, Graham White.The gang from top left:

Lionel Weston, John Green (headmaster), Keith Woodcock, John Nelson, Craig Reynolds, Adam Courlander, Mike Madeiros, John Dudeny, Andy Nightingale, Maurice Hudson, Rob Norton, Graham White.

John Green recently welcomed the victorious Seaford Rugby team of 1974 back to the college to watch the current Seaford 1st XV, who are also in fine form, for a celebration lunch.

Rob Norton Old Seafordian started his quest to find the team after almost 40 years of leaving Seaford and the turn out considering the time gap was fantastic. Here is a snippet of what Rob had to say when we asked him if the players took the same places for their picture last week as they did for the team photo back in 1974! (see photo at foot of this post)

‘Yes, we had a great day, I don’t think we did sit in the same place, it was talked about and if everyone had been there, I think we would have!’

The lunch in the Headmaster’s study was very good. He was very generous, we were very privileged! There were some references to the fact that the last time Graham White was in there was for a beating from the Head! (This was at a time when corrective punishment was deemed lawful we should add !)

Maurice made a lovely speech and I think his words made us really appreciate what we had achieved and how much it had meant to him and all of us. It was quite an achievement, they were not easy teams to beat. It’s just a shame we hadn’t arranged the reunion before. Some of us hadn’t seen each other since leaving school but we all had very fond memories of our time at Seaford. It seems we have never forgotten our unbeaten season.

New Headmaster John Green: New Broom – Sweeping Changes

Press Release:

John Green, the new Headmaster at Seaford College, has wasted little time in continuing to push the college as one of the most popular providers of independent education in Sussex.

In just two months at the helm of the day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 7 -18, Mr Green has introduced a new management structure, with two new Deputy Heads. Mr James Passam has made a significant impact on the middle school (Years 9 – 11) by reviewing all academic structures and pastoral support procedures, while Mr Will Yates has been reviewing all matters involving Sixth Form education – and it is very clear the pupils are enjoying and benefitting from his vast experience.

The brand new Year 9 enrichment carousel commenced in September and the feedback from both pupils and parents has been excellent. Every pupil in Year 9 will have extra lessons in Music, Dance, Public Speaking, Bush craft, Financial Awareness, Self Defence, Cooking, DIY Skills/Cycle Maintenance and Empathy Skills. This extra wide portfolio of experience is without doubt adding to the development and academic profile of all pupils concerned. Continue reading

Great win for Seaford 1stXV vs Christ’s Hospital

Seaford rugby win against christ's hospital 2013Seaford College prevailed in their West Sussex derby against local rivals from Horsham, Christ’s Hospital, in the NatWest schools cup U18 Cup Round 2, London & South-East Group A.

The home side kicked off into the breeze, and their muscular pack soon started to dominate in the loose, repeatedly getting across the gain line, with prop Byron Clark, No 8 Danny Butlin (a third Chichester H.S. old boy) and second row Oliver Gatland the main ball carriers, and scrum half Christian Disley-May injecting pace. It looked as if Ransom might open the scoring when he appeared to be through from half way, but referee David Sainsbury (fresh from TMO duties at Allianz Park on Sunday) had spotted that the pass from fly half Harry Collins had been forward. Collins then had the chance to get points on the board, but his long range penalty drifted right…

This report is an extract – for full report see here

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Old Boys sixes Hockey Tournament – Haileybury – Sunday 6th October 2013


We are being asked to field a team of 6 or more hockey players to play in an old Boys Tournament at Haileybury nr Hertford on Sunday October 6th 2013

The team will be coordinated by the Hockey Department at the college and we would like to field a team of mixed ages if possible. If you want to brush the cobwebs off the old hockey stick and play you are most welcome.  Basic fitness and some practice would clearly be an advantage !  Ideally we would field a squad of 8 or 9…we have a few players interested and seek general participation from Old Seafordians and we are told ‘ringers’ are not allowed !

See the pdf on the day itself attached.  Last years winners were Charterhouse…. Surely we can’t let them win again this year…..?

Please get in touch by email to either Steve Paxton – or Anthony Cook –


Meet Seaford College’s New Headmaster John Green


John Green headmaster Seaford CollegeName of school:  SEAFORD COLLEGE


Tel no: 01798 867392


Number of pupils: 620

  Age group: 7 – 18

                                                                        Gender: Male & Female

                                                                        Day/boarding: Both + flexi

                                                                        Name of head: John Green

In your eyes, what makes a great headmaster?

Someone who is a good communicator and listener, who is ambitious for every pupil and maintains a high visibility throughout the school.

What do you most enjoy about being a headmaster?

Being able to make a positive, ambitious difference to all pupils.

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Year 9 Carousel spins into action

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Please find the following information about our new year 9 carousel that started this week

Small groups of students (9 in a group) spend 3 weeks on each of the activities listed below so that by the end of the year they have tried them all

The First session on Wednesday morning went very well with lots of positive feedback


Financial Awareness J. Stroudley L1
Drama J. Askew Assembly Hall
Music S. Buckman/J.Weaver Music Room
Cooking A.Shaw Food Tech
Empathy Skills Father Michael M5
Self Defence P.Barnett Assembly Hall
Bush Craft C. Sayles Outside!! (meet at Assembly Hall)
DIY Skills C. Askew DT
Dance Becky Yates Music Recital Room
Public Speaking Lambda team Senior Dining Hall

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