Wellbeing

Ensuring that our students are healthy, in body and mind, is always at the forefront of our hearts at Seaford College.

We’re very aware of the pressures that young people are under — greater pressures than any generation before them. So it’s important that the environment around them is a happy and healthy one, and that they feel safe and secure, both physically and mentally.

Becca Randell, an expert in children's mental health, talks about the whole school approach that Seaford has to support wellbeing and emotional resilience at our Student Wellbeing Conference.

 

Good Schools Guide

Our next Open Morning on 14th November 2020.

  • Register for our next Open Morning and come and see us in action, and feel the Seaford buzz for yourself. We’d love to have a chat about your child’s needs.