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.
It was a superb day of cricket in the beautiful surroundings of Lavington Park, the home of Seaford College.
Our students had a fantastic time camping out in Seaford's Woods.
We're delighted that Tim Peake will be a special guest and inspirational speaker at our conference in October.
We're looking forward to more alumni events this year.
Our Sports Scholars enjoyed their Ad Alta Sports Scholars Q&A session with two cricket legends.
Our Year 13 students loved playing in their legacy matches, it was very emotional for both students and staff!
We are very proud of Sophia for signing up and doing so well on the TV show
We look forward to welcoming leaders in education to our Academic Conference in October 2021.
Take a look around our campus with our students
Wellbeing and pastoral care are very important to us at Seaford and there are many opportunities to connect with nature in Seaford's 450 acres of listed parkland.
Our 1st Xi Girls' Hockey season has been very different this year, we celebrated all they have achieved with a legacy match.
It's been an exciting week of cricket as Seaford compete in their most prestigious fixture against the MCC
A fantastic video showing Seaford's dancers in a lesson last term.
Seaford's Equestrian Teams have enjoyed competing again over the Easter break.
Seaford Staff Virtual Choir record the very poignant song ‘You’ll never walk alone'.
Our latest podcast is from Deputy Head Boy, Tom Jillians, on the subject: How did the Chernobyl incident affect Eastern Europe and lead to the downfall of the Soviet Union?’.
We hear from Charlie Cook about his selection for The England Hockey U15 Performance Centre
Our Inclusion Week focused on the International Women’s Day message #ChooseToChallenge
Seaford's writing competition celebrates the abundance of writing talent in our school community.
There have been plenty of happiness vibes at Seaford this week!
A review of 'Girls for the Vote' by Linda Newbery for International Women's Day 2021
On #WellbeingWednesday we focus on mental health discrimination and share a video from Stromzy about his wellbeing.
Our Sports Scholars enjoyed a very informative session with Clare Jones, Celtic Dragons and Wales Netballer.
Seaford launches a student led online Book Review Library to celebrate our students' love of reading.
Seaford is celebrating World Book Day 2021 with book recommendations to inspire our students to read something new.
The Seaford community come together to wish Jonny and Nathan good luck at the England U18 Rugby Training Camp.
Our Sports Scholars enjoyed a very informative session with Michael Owen, Wales and British Lions Rugby Player.
Calling all writers to submit your entries to our writing competition.
Charlie, from our Prep School, has created this very positive video full of wellbeing messages.
An end of term message from Daisy Thomas, Head Girl, and Matthew Short, Head Boy.
Our Sports Scholars enjoyed a very interesting session with Hollie Pearne-Webb, MBE.
Our Sports Scholars enjoyed a very interesting session with Oli Butler and Toby Venner.
Our Deputy Head Girls, Charlotte & Olive, have a message about rest and how to re-energising for #wellbeingwednesday.
During lockdown Mrs A is sharing her popular educational games
Our students have been inspired by listening, meeting, and training with our Guest Speakers over the years.
Student training sessions with Shaun Edwards, OBE, Sophie Bray, MBE, and Colin Charvis.
Our Head Boy, Matthew Short, has a message for our community during lockdown and Mental Health Awareness Week
Our Deputy Head Girl, Erin Harte, has a message for our community during lockdown
Our Head Girl, Daisy Thomas, has a message for our community during lockdown
Our Academic Lectures are back by popular demand.
All Seaford students receive a complimentary iPad.
Staff at Seaford delivered cakes today to the local community and Care Homes
Our Lockdown Outdoor Education Challenge
Follow the link for term dates
It's been a busy term for our IT department as all students receive a complimentary iPad
Seaford is proud to be a finalist in the wellbeing category
Our Headmaster, John Green, features in Sussex Life A+ Education South East this month.
We speak to James Passam, Deputy Head, about welcoming students to Seaford
Tilly tells us what it was like moving from London to join Seaford.
The most used phrase on our results days was, ‘I love the unique community at Seaford where they really care.”
Sophie achieved seven 9s and three 8s (7 A** and 3 A*)
Tommy Hodson achieved eight 9s an 8 and a 7 (8A**, A* and an A).
Seaford has once again bucked the national trend achieving 39% 7-9 (A-A**).
Students spoke to us about their results and why they love Seaford
Students spoke to us about their results and why they love Seaford
We celebrate our strongest ever GCSE results.
Izzy plans to do charity work in Sixth Form
Megan spoke about how her drive to succeed comes from her, rather than from pressures from the school
Seaford students talk to us on A Level results day 2020 before the government u-turn on results
A quote from John Green, Headmaster, as students are awarded centre accessed grades
We hear from our talented students on A Level results day
Our Upper Sixth celebrating in a group socially distanced photo
A message from our very proud Director of Sixth Form, Joe Follows, on A Level results day.
Archie thanks Seaford's Oxbridge Advisor for getting him over the line
Education is about so much more than taking exams, it’s about the experiences you have along the way.
At A Level results day students spoke about wellbeing
Lucy spoke to us about Seaford’s values and pastoral support.
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.
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.
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."