A record-breaking number of young people and their families visited Seevic College’s most recent Open Evening on Tuesday 14 October.
Seevic student – Kieran Neary – brings home three medals from this month’s Special Olympics European Summer Games in Antwerp, Belgium.
Seevic College is among 'the top 10%' of schools and colleges in the country for progress achieved by its current A-Level students, according to new national figures released this week.
18-year-old former Belfairs Academy student Maxim, won a scheme launched by the College in September 2013 for one A-Level student to win up to £9,000 in university tuition fees.
Students at Seevic College have achieved the College’s best ever A-Level pass rate. This was just one of a number of record-breaking results for the College following a range of new strategies introduced by Principal Nick Spenceley.
Local MP and Deputy Mayor attend Seevic’s Free Family Bake-off, and get involved with the fantastic cooking experience.
If you find history fascinating and can’t get enough of Time Team on the telly, you may well be interested in taking one of the new free classes for adults at Seevic College this July.
Thank you everyone that turned out for the Creative Arts Final Show of 2014, and contributed to the event’s success.
Students and staff from Seevic College will be at Chalkwell Park this July, to support the annual Village Green Festival with a number of fantastic artistic activities!
Eight students on the Level 2 BTEC Diploma in Animal Care at Seevic College went to Silver Birch Centre in Kiln Road, Benfleet, to help out with some Pet Therapy for the Centre’s clients.