To the Seaton House School community – have a wonderful Christmas and best wishes for 2023!


We are delighted to tell you that work on the Pavilion has now started and will finish next March. 🙂

We are delighted to announce that Seaton House School has been awarded The Wellbeing Award for Schools by The National Children’s Bureau.

Congratulations to Mrs McGreevy for all her hard work with not only achieving the award but for ensuring that wellbeing is at the heart of day-to-day life at Seaton House School, for the entire community.

Over the last few weeks the girls in Forms IV-VI have been taking part in the Bebras Challenge. This is an international computing challenge that is run in over 25 countires worldwide and this year saw 350,000 children take part. The girls all work extremely hard during our practise lessons and took that into the challenge with them.   The girls have now received their certificates which are broken down into different categories.
• Best in School
• Distinction
• Merit
• Participation
There is also a separate gold award for any children who have achived the top 10% nationally in their age group. Congratualtions to Katy and Grace in Form VI who achieved the gold award! These girls are now invited to the next stage of the competition which will take place in the new year.

Our pupils and staff were honoured to take part in Belmont’s Remembrance Service and Parade.  Thank you to Ella, Emily and Sophia for your fantastic participation in this event.

We had a wonderful day yesterday hosting our annual Gladman Tournament.  Congratulations to Aberdour who won the tournament and congratulations to our team who came second.  Thank you to Mr Colomer for organising such a great event and thank to all the participating schools: Cumnor House, St Mary’s, Banstead Prep, Warren Mead, Ewell Castle, Old Palace of John Whitgift, Micklefield and Aberdour.     See you all next year 🙂


Last Thursday, Form VI went to London to see The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, which is currently being studied in their comprehension lessons with Mr Bates.  The girls enjoyed lunch at Prezzo’s and then made their way to the theatre.  We are looking forward to seeing the film of the day, made by the girls with the GoPro 🙂

Form V organised and led Friendship Day last week.   The girls from Form V held an amazing assembly and organised the making of friendship bracelets and posters.  All the girls loved the afternoon and we were so proud of the girls in Form V. Well done!

Mrs Milne accompanied Form IV to the Epsom College Music Festival last week.  The girls sang beautifully and had a great day!

The children in Nursery were visited in school by their grandparents!  What a fun afternoon of tea, cake and activities.  Thank you to all the grandparents who came and see you all again soon!