Students take on Charlton Chase South Coast night hike!

Charlton Chase Photos 1
Over the weekend some of our students participated in the Charlton Chase South Coast night navigation competition which was held in Shoreham and the surrounding countryside.

In order to test the water of this new location, Seaford, like many other Colleges, opted to enter just two teams this year, with 31 teams in total competing.

As a school we had a mixed success with one of our teams finishing in one of the top ten places and the other team walking a little bit further than they needed to; after becoming somewhat geographically challenged!

However, both teams performed exceptionally well in muddy, wet and slippery conditions; with some team members indicating that they would like to do it all again next year!

 

Seaford students take on Butser Hill

Seaford College Cross Country team At 889 feet, Butser Hill is the highest point on the South Downs, overlooking Petersfield. And, since 1978, it has also been the site of a fantastic cross country mass run, raising over £200,000 for different charities over the years. Seaford College took a team along to this year’s race, and it was a great day. Continue reading

Getting to know Seaford’s most successful long distance runner

Olivia McDonald, Seaford's most successful long distance runnerOlivia McDonald, a Year 10 student, is Seaford’s most successful long distance runner. Last year, in her first year at Seaford College, she won the Sussex Schools Junior Cross Country title and also competed in the Butser Hill Cross Country Challenge, running 3km, and came third overall, the first female to cross the finish line. The first few weeks this year have been busy for Olivia. Continue reading

Seaford’s most successful long distance runner

photowebOlivia McDonald (Yr 10) is Seaford’s most successful long distance runner. Lauren Bryant, Director of Girls’ Sport said: “Olivia competed in the Butser Hill Cross Country Challenge running 3km. Olivia came in 3rd overall and was the 1st female to cross the finish line, with years 8,9, 10 and 11 all running together.  I’m really proud of what she achieved.     Butser Hill at 889’ is the highest point on the South Downs, overlooking the town of Petersfield and is the natural heart of the South Downs National Park.”