Seevic College student Daisy Banks has started at the top in her aspirations to be a costume designer. Daisy from Daws Heath designed the gown for Castle Point Mayor, Maryse Iles’ most important event of the year, her civic dinner.
A recent trip to Berlin brought History to life for sixteen A-Level students at Seevic College. The students, who all study A-Level History at the College, visited famous landmarks including the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie during the three-day visit from 11-14 March.
National Science & Engineering Week proved to be a hair-raising experience for students at Seevic College. Lunchtime at the College was taken over on Thursday 20 March with an array of practical, hands-on scientific demonstrations for students to take part in.
Sixty local Primary School students joined forces with Sports students at Seevic College to raise funds for Sport Relief. Students from Thundersley Primary School and Kingston Primary School visited the College on Friday 21 March to take part in the Sport Relief Mile and other sports activities.
Students at Seevic College have raised £176 for Basildon Hospital after completing a sponsored walk. Thirteen students, who all study Health and Social Care at the College took to fancy dress for the three-mile walk in order to raise funds for the Puffin and Wagtail Children’s Ward at Basildon Hospital.
Two brave Seevic College students recently slept rough for 12 hours overnight in Southend-on-Sea in order to support young people as risk of homelessness. Holly Mead and Daisy Baker, both 18, were among 100 individuals who took part in the Southend YMCA Sleep Easy event on Saturday 1 March. The two students have so far raised £390 in sponsorship from the event, including £75 donated by the Seevic College Student Association.
Seevic College Principal Nick Spenceley hopes that a national increase in Apprenticeship vacancies and applications will be replicated by employers and young people in South Essex.
Students from the Deanes School in Thundersley and Castle View School on Canvey Island attended a ‘Welding and Fabrication Experience’ taster session at Seevic College on Monday 10 February.
Seevic College marked the 61st anniversary of Canvey Island’s Great Flood with a visit from survivor Geoff Barsby. Mr Barsby, a local historian and author, shared his experiences with Essential Skills students at the College on Monday 27 January.
Students, staff, special VIP guests and members of the local community celebrated the opening of The Hub at Seevic College on Tuesday 21 January.