Archaeology students at Seevic College received a master class at Coalhouse Fort last Wednesday 23 March.
Najee Mundicha, 17, is now part of the Saracens Academy after recently passing trials for the U18’s squad.
Seevic College Enterprise students win Judge’s Award in a Young Enterprise Trade Fair competition. The event was held in Basildon’s Eastgate shopping centre on Thursday 17 March.
Seevic College joined forces with Writtle College and South Essex College to raise £345 for Leukaemia Care. The Colleges completed a 5k Colour Run at Writtle College on Tuesday 8 March.
The Student Association (SA) at Seevic College, Runnymede Chase, Benfleet, came together to organise a rowing event in order to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Seevic College Business students headed to the big city for a once in a lifetime opportunity. The students got to see all the sights of New York whilst learning invaluable life skills.
Seevic College is among the top colleges in England for increasing access to degree level qualifications in so called university “cold spots”, according to newly released government figures.
Having built a strong reputation as the leading college in South Essex for those with Special Educational Needs, Seevic College is raising awareness of autism across its campus in honour of Schools’ Autism Awareness Week.
Animal Management BTEC Level 3 students at Seevic College, Benfleet, won four awards at the annual Roots & Shoots awards – including best photographic entry.
Sophie Panons, 16, has been selected to represent the East Region in trials for England under 19’s Netball squad this weekend.
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