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The programme brings to life Seaford’s Ad Alta Characteristic of ambition.

Sheila Butler, Head of Academic Access and Achievement at Seaford, this week launched the Subject Ambassadors Programme, which brings to life Seaford’s Ad Alta Characteristic of ambition.

With a focus on the tagline ‘Ambition’, students were selected from Years 9 to 12 by the Heads of Department to represent a specific subject area. Their task is to work collaboratively and independently to promote their areas of expertise. Their first assignment is to assist with the Seaford Open Morning this coming Saturday alongside the respective Head of Department, answering subject-related queries and explaining why they like specialist field.

Sheila said: “The students are thrilled to have been selected and have already started working on their projects. Watch this space for Ed Gordon-Thomson’s Chemistry Club, Theo Longman’s Prep School ‘Horrible Histories’ and Alice Monhemius promoting a Writer’s Group.”

The Subject Ambassadors are:

English Literature: Alice Monhemius
English Language: Anna Rochford
MFL: George Cronk
Biology: Ollie Bagley
Maths: Lily Murdoch
History: Theo Longman
Drama Performance: Helena Mitchinson
Drama Technical: Freddie Hall
Countryside Management: Ethan Davies, Sam Stace, Evie Apps and Isabel Bramsden
Physics: Fraser Lyne and Harry Foster
Chemistry: Ed Gordon-Thomson and Grace Clark
Politics: Amber Mullahy
Geography: Clara Chrispin and Archie Thomas
Music: Sam Brown

Ash Arya, Assistant Head, said: “The Ad Alta Characteristics for developing independence provide a strong indicator of academic success as they provide a holistic view of a student in terms of ambition, collaboration, resilience, focus and being prepared. This is information is provided by all subject teachers and is shared through academic reports. It is of great value to students and parents to identifying areas to further strengthened.”

Ad Alta everyone!



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