Record number of Seevic students head to top universitiesView article

The number of high performing Seevic College students being accepted to study at the country’s top universities has doubled in just one year, according to data provided by UCAS. Destination universities included University of Exeter, University of Warwick, King’s College London, University of Birmingham and University of East Anglia – all ranked within the Guardian’s top 25 British universities 2016.

Record number of Seevic students head to top universities

Seevic's Twickenham try scorer selected for Regional TeamView article

Seevic College student Amos Filson, 18, has been selected to play for Rugby Football Union London & South East, giving him the opportunity to trial for England’s under 18s selection.

Seevic's Twickenham's try scorer selected for Regional Team

Principal Nick Spenceley announces decision to retireView article

Seevic College Principal Nick Spenceley has announced his decision to retire at the end of the current academic year for health reasons.

Principal Nick Spenceley announces decision to retire

Vice Principal fights for more opportunities for SEN studentsView article

A Thundersley father of a young autistic child with severe learning difficulties has led a college’s successful drive to increase opportunities for students with a learning difficulty and/or disability to enter mainstream education, where they also have opportunities to develop their independence.

Vice Principal fights for more opportunities for SEN students
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