Girls are on the ball at SeevicView article

There’s never been a better time for girls to take up football. Seevic College’s Score Academy is the perfect opportunity for aspiring female players to enjoy playing the game at a high standard, while gaining academic or vocational qualifications at the College.

Girls are on the ball at Seevic

Aspiring artists get creative with local sceneryView article

Talented artists at Seevic College have drawn inspiration from the local scenery around Southend and Castle Point as they get ready sell their work at exhibition. The students, who all study BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Art & Design at the College, have created an impressive range of abstract landscape pieces based on an open brief surrounding the Thames Estuary.

Aspiring artists get creative with local scenery

Ofsted praises ‘vision’ for teaching and learning at Seevic CollegeView article

Ofsted has praised the ‘vision’ of Seevic College Principal Nick Spenceley, following a recent inspection of the College in April.

Ofsted praises ‘vision’ for teaching and learning at Seevic College

Seevic College athletes shine at British Colleges Athletics ChampionshipsView article

Hurdler Emmanuel Nanang led an impressive medal haul for Seevic College’s Athletics team at the British Colleges Sport National Track & Field Championships, held at Gateshead International Stadium on Wednesday 15 May.

Seevic College athletes shine at British Colleges Athletics Championships

Adult Learners Week 2013: Child’s PlayView article

Childcare practitioner Angelika Georgandis left behind a career in Business Administration to pursue her dream of working in Early Years. Thirty-two-year-old Angelika explains why she loves working in this challenging, yet incredibly rewarding, sector.

Adult Learners Week 2013: Child’s Play

Seevic College welcomes return of elite basketball programmeView article

The Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) is returning to Essex at Seevic College. The AASE is designed to meet the needs of elite athletes aged 16-18, who wish to continue their sporting career and gain qualifications at the same time.

Seevic College welcomes return of elite basketball programme

Hearing-impaired artist inspires Deaf learners at Seevic CollegeView article

A hearing-impaired artist from Billericay hopes that Deaf Awareness Week 2013 can be used as a springboard to encourage young deaf people to be independent and proud of their identity.

Hearing-impaired artist inspires Deaf learners at Seevic College
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