Attention: You are using an outdated browser, device or you do not have the latest version of JavaScript downloaded and so this website may not work as expected. Please download the latest software or switch device to avoid further issues.

Ways to Support Seaford College

There are a number of ways you can support Seaford College and we are always so grateful to those that do.

You can support our students with networking, by offering work experience or even by providing careers advice to them. Get in touch with us to find out more. 

You could also support Seaford College with a one off donation today, regular giving or legacy donation.  Please remember to complete a Gift Aid form if you can as this will increase your donation by a further 25% at no cost to you.

Supporting us can provide much needed help for our bursary programme, for the improvements of buildings and facilities, or for special resource for cutural, sporting and extra-curricular activities.

Support Seaford College

We are so grateful to all those that support Seaford College. Funds raised can be used to help us widen access to the school through our bursary programme as well as making improvements to the facilities for current students. We are also really happy to hear from you about how you would want your donation to be used and will work to try and make this happen.

0%

Total target: £0.00

fundraising news

Seaford's Annual Sports Dinner - 2019

A fabulous night was had by all. With guest speakers Michael Lynagh and Pam Cookey.

Seaford hosted our Annual Sports Dinner on Friday and it was a fabulous night with our guests feeding back that they, 'felt proud and emotional' whilst they watched our video montage featuring the vast array of sports that are on offer at Seaford. At Seaford we're very proud of our sporting ethos. We are very lucky to attract great coaches and teachers who work hard to support and develop our students On the night we welcomed our guest speaker Michael Lynagh, who played rugby with our Headmaster, John Green, for the Saracens when the game had just…

Read More

Seaford's Sports Dinner 2019

Seaford is excited to announce Michael Lynagh as our guest speaker at our Sports Dinner on 11th January. Reserve tickets at bookings@seaford.org

Seaford is excited to announce Michael Lynagh as our guest speaker at our Sports Dinner on 11th January. Reserve tickets at bookings@seaford.org Michael Lynagh represented Australia from 1984 to 1995, captaining his country for 3 years and in total won 72 caps. He was the world points scoring record holder when he retired, with 911 points. A member of the 1984 Grand Slam winning team and vice-captain when Australia won the 1991 Rugby World Cup. Michael finished his career at Saracens where he lined up alongside our very own Headmaster, John Green. He is now…

Read More

Leaving a Gift In Your Will

Leaving a gift in your will to Seaford College is one of the greatest gifts that you can make

Leaving a gift in your will to Seaford College is one of the greatest gifts that you can make. As a lasting testimony of your affection for the School, a bequest can provide much needed help for our bursary programme, for the improvements of buildings and facilities, or for special resource for cutural, sporting and extra-curricular activities. All gifts make a difference and are very much appreciated by all who benefit from them.  To discuss leaving a bequest please contact us at alumni@seaford.org.   Adding wording to your Will to change or amend part of…

Read More

Seaford's Sports Dinner 2018 - Spotted at Seaford

Spotted at Seaford's Sports Dinner - Tom Monnington, Will, Rob & Charlie Norton who have all played for Seaford's 1stXV with Deputy Head Will Yates.

Spotted at Seaford's Sports Dinner - Tom Monnington, Will, Rob & Charlie Norton who have all played for Seaford's 1stXV with Deputy Head Will Yates. Thank you for coming to the event and for supporting the auction!

Read More