On 15th December, our pupils proved that Seaton House really does have talent by hosting their very own Talent Show.  Very well done to everyone who took part – the sheer scale of the talent on display was staggering.  The judges’ task of choosing a winner was almost impossible.

This year’s Junior House Nativity Play brought the house down.  Parents, grandparents and friends were all so proud to see our Junior House pupils on stage.  They all remembered their lines and all the words of the songs.  It was a fantastic show.  Thank you again to all our guests for being so generous for our chosen charities this Christmas.

This year’s Nursery Nativity was a truly special event.  It was held on Monday 9th December in the school hall and all parents, grandparents and friends were invited to watch.  The children performed very well indeed and remembered all their lines.  Everyone was very proud of our youngest pupils.  This year our chosen charities are the MS Society and The Children’s Trust in Tadworth.  Thank you for being so generous.  Merry Christmas!

This week we were lucky to be visited by Natalie Swift, ex England Netball and Super League Player who came to Seaton House to give our pupils a netball coaching session. After the training sessions she stayed to umpire the House Netball Tournament.  Congratulations to York House who won the House Cup.

At the end of November, FIV and FV went to Bowles Activity Centre for two nights.  There was much excitement as the girls tackled new skills such as dry slope skiing, bouldering and archery.  The days were action packed and the weather was perfect for such an adventure.  The girls came home tired, but very happy.

In June this year, FI and FV sent happy birthday wishes to the Queen for her 90th birthday.  Just before half term, the girls were delighted – and very honoured – to receive a royal response, from the Queen’s Lady-In-Waiting, who thanked all our pupils for their kind and thoughtful messages.

On Friday 21st October, GB Athlete Luke Lennard Ford came to Seaton House to give the girls some Athletics Training and to raise sports awareness at school.  He certainly put Senior House pupils – and Staff! – through their paces.  After training Luke stayed on to help judge some in-house competitions.

On Friday 30th September we held a Coffee Morning to raise money for Jeans for Genes Day, MacMillan and Breast Cancer Research.  Our pupils came to school dressed in pink and our parents baked cakes for us to sell. The Coffee Morning was a huge success – we raised £742.00!  Thank you to all our pupils, families and friends who came to support us.