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Congratulations to all of the Seaford students who competed in the WSSYSA Regatta 2019 at the weekend.
Every year Seaford Prep School take part in a Modern Foreign Languages morning, filled with activities that celebrate languages at our school.
Teaching & Learning at Seaford
At Seaford, we believe that every student in our community should love to learn – in the classroom, on the pitch, on stage or through the numerous enrichment opportunities we provide.
My name is Ash and I joined Seaford in September 2018 as the new Assistant Head in charge of Teaching & Learning. From my perspective, my role has this purpose: to work alongside teachers across the College and inspire students to love to learn so they achieve their personal bests.
Years 7 – 9 took part in Shakespeare workshops and watched a performance by the Rubbish Shakespeare Company.
With over 60 auditions for this year’s Seaford’s Got Talent Competition, there were some amazing performances from a wide range of acts including solo instrumentalists, bands, dance routines, singers and even roller-skaters.
Congratulations to Josh Greig from Year 10 for winning the England South Faldo Series under 16s event.
We had a very special day at Seaford with our annual Grandparents’ Day Afternoon Tea.
The Seaford Equestrian team had a busy and successful two days at Hickstead at the NSEA Eventers’ Challenge Championships.
Daisy Watson-Rumbold in Year 11 recently attended a meeting with West Sussex MPs.
Save the date! The Seafordstock 2019 music festival will be held on Wednesday 3 July from 7pm-10pm on the terraces behind Mansion.
We’re excited to announce our first Ballet & Lyrical Dance Show.
We’re excited to announce our dates for our Dance Shows. The shows will feature a variety of pieces in a wide range of styles including jazz, contemporary and ballet.
Seaford College hosted a fantastic day of Goblin Racing at the weekend as part of the Greenpower series.
Over half term a group of 12 staff from Seaford College travelled to Athens to complete the original marathon from Marathon, in the North East of the City, to the Centre where they finished at the Panathenaic Stadium.
Year 10 GCSE Computer Science pupils spent the day at Southampton University learning about cybersecurity and robotics.
Part of the Seaford ethos is about celebrating success and personal bests and that is exactly what we did last week.
At our Prep School Chapel Service this week, Fr. Colin spoke about community.
A huge thank you to everyone who supported our Prep School Summer Fair last week.
Matthew Rose, Bass, came to Seaford to run a Vocal Masterclass in our recital room.
It is always a special day in the summer term calendar when we play host to the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC).
Our inaugural Seaford College Golf Day, held at the fabulous Cowdray Park Golf Club, did not fail in its promise to deliver a splendid occasion for everyone involved.
Last weekend a team of three riders represented Seaford College in the Land Rover Inter Schools Jumping Competition at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.
Last month, a group of twelve Seaford College students completed an extreme challenge called DW.
Over Easter, 19 Seaford College girls met at Gatwick airport at 4:30am to fly to Malta.
Over the Bank Holiday weekend a total of 10 cyclists set off from Seaford College to cycle a combined 1944 kilometers across the Normandy coastline in order to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Prefects are an integral part of life at Seaford. With the new Prefects for next year having been announced, they were straight into training and team building exercises this week.
Just over 5 months ago, a group of children sat in a classroom to listen to a few old boys and a couple of whipper snappers drone on about an extreme challenge called DW, a 125 mile, 77 portage international canoe race from Devizes in Wiltshire to Westminster in London over the Easter bank holiday weekend.
Pupils from the Seaford Equestrian Team spent a couple of days at the NSEA County Show Jumping Championships representing West Sussex as the top team in our County.
Over the Easter holidays, a group of 27 students and 3 staff travelled to Salzburg, Austria for Seaford Prep’s Ski Trip.
We’re excited to announce that Seaford College has been approved to deliver the National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme (NICAS).
Seaford's cadets had a fabulous week over Easter at the CCF Camp in Cornwall.
Waterside D, the final gruelling and demanding preparatory race was held last week over 34 miles and 35 portages – day 1 of DW (Devizes to Westminster).
Seaford College presented its biggest production ever last week with four spectacular performances of Les Misérables, School Edition.
Seaford College students took part in the Thameside 2 at the weekend as part of their training to compete in the demanding Devizes to Westminster Kayaking Marathon.
At the weekend, Year 9 student Beanie Bradley went to the SUPA National Ladies Arena Polo Tournament.
Seaford College had a great day at the NSEA National Qualifiers.
Last week, Seaford College entered a senior and an U15 clay shooting team into ‘The Schools Challenge’ which is run in association with The Oxford Gun Company.
Seaford College embraced World Book Week with a range of activities to help nurture and celebrate our love of reading.
Last Sunday the Seaford Equestrian team of Olivia McDonald, Emma Perrett, Lorna Leatherdale-Edwards and Kristian Fairston attended the Gordon’s School inter-schools show jumping competition.
Over the weekend, Year 9 students found themselves without phones and with no access to social media.
Year 7 pupils had a BASS (Becoming a Seaford Scientist) lesson which saw them exploring relationships and patterns.
Congratulations to Seaford’s U13s who are the Sussex Hockey County Champions.
We interview Alfie Whitchurch ahead of his performance in Les Misérables, school edition.
The Waterside B is a 17.5 mile race from Newbury to Aldermaston with 19 portages.
The Thameside 1 is the kayak race held each year between Aldermaston and Reading.
Three riders competed at the NSEA County Dressage Qualifiers at the weekend.