At Seaford College we firmly believe in personal bests, both inside and outside the classroom.
Every student is unique, with different interests, different skills and different passions, and at Seaford College, we treat every student as an individual to be known and valued, deserving of attention and respect.
From our beautiful grounds and world class facilities, to the welcoming atmosphere throughout the campus, Seaford College is a wonderful place to grow up.
Team Seaford has come together, despite the lockdown, to produce an in-house virtual tour using own staff and amazing pupils.
An interview looking back at what Seaford has achieved in response to Covid-19.
Tilly tells us what it was like moving from London to join Seaford.
Our Guyana trip group is fundraising to mark World Rainforest Day on 22nd June.
Alistair Petrie and James Griffiths discuss their careers
Despite the lockdown our Year 12 A Level Psychology students had an 'online' trip to the Freud Museum in London.
On the 75th anniversary of VE Day our Headmaster, John Green shares Seaford's relocation story.
Seaford College set up Seaford Connected Learning at the beginning of term.
Dai Rees, Chief Rugby Operations Officer, Hong Kong Rugby Union, joins Seaford as Head of Rugby
Our Headmaster John Green appreciates the supportive parent feedback.
Our Headmaster John Green spoke to students in their year group Zoom meetings yesterday morning to encourage and inspire them.
Over the holiday period the team at Seaford College has been working hard to put in place our remote teaching platform: Seaford Connected Learning.
We are launching Seaford Together today….
We meet our cast for Guys and Dolls.
Seaford had a Mock ISI Inspection before half term.
Sara Reynolds is our Director of Performing Arts. She talks about her role and how our Music Department is moving with the times.
Welsh Rugby legend, Colin Charvis takes a training session at Seaford College
Matthew Rose, Bass, came to Seaford to run a Vocal Masterclass in our recital room.
"A happy, exceptionally caring school, which strives to do well by all who cross the threshold, whatever their ability."
"Seaford is an environment where students can push themselves, rather than always being pushed."
"At other schools, we got the feeling that they were more interested in how your child could help their school. At Seaford, all they’re interested in is how they can help your child."
"We were impressed when we first came to look around, the students are so happy here."
"I’m very down to earth; my talents have evolved during my time at Seaford. Seaford has given me the freedom to flourish and let me be who I want to be."
"What makes this school special is its staff. Teachers go above and beyond to help pupils."