The first group of students celebrated completing a 12-week programme to improve confidence, motivation and skills for work.
As part of Fashion Revolution Week, Textiles & Fashion Design students at Seevic College, Benfleet, were visited by Gwen Simpson, lead artist from Connecting Threads to talk about her community project and the issues surrounding cheap clothing.
Students on the Travel & Tourism course at Seevic College have benefited from the opportunity of working closely with leading airline company British Airways.
The Seevic Storm Academy had a very successful weekend securing a handful of medals at the AoC National Finals at Nottingham University.
Government & Politics and law students at Seevic College were giving the fantastic opportunity to have a live Questions and Answers session with Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow.
Business students at Seevic College were given once in a lifetime opportunity to visit New York as part of their course, getting the chance to see all the sights of the city whilst learning invaluable life skills.
Seevic College Netball Academy are celebrating their achievements so far as they have just been crowned Regional Schools Champions.
Clarissa Foster, former student at Seevic College, has become a published author after writing a book on the BRCA gene and the management options available to BRCA mutation carriers, after being informed she carried the harmful BRCA2 gene mutation.
Lewis Cannon, Media & Theatrical Make-up student, at Seevic College, Benfleet, has wowed the judges of The Royal Opera House’s prestigious annual Design Challenge competition.
A talented student who is studying BTEC Level 3 Sports & Exercise Science has been selected to be part of the Karate Routine Team representing England.
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