November 23rd, 2022.

Children at Chyngton School in Seaford are enjoying the benefits of joining an academy trust with Seaford Head. The recently established ‘Seaford Learning Trust’ has provided funding for brand-new equipment for Reception age children at Chyngton. The trust has been developed to bring together expertise and resources in both schools to provide a seamless education and a community where learning is for everyone.

Chyngton Co-Headteacher, Robin Tollyfield, explianed: "Ofsted were impressed with the way we have worked with Seaford Head to strengthen our school curriculum. I can now see us building on that to provide a much clearer pathway from age 5 through to 18."

Chyngton Co-Headteacher Amy Clarke, added: "We want to develop a unique offer for Seaford, giving our children and young people wider enriching experiences that we could not offer as a stand-alone school. This has already begun with the development of Chyngton’s Early Years setting."

The Chief Executive Officer of the trust is Seaford Head’s Headteacher, Bob Ellis. He confirmed that consultation is now underway to prioritise places at Seaford Head for children at Chyngton. "This is a natural part of becoming a single academy," he said. "We want to be able to guarantee all children at Chyngton places at Seaford Head and start working with them and their families at the earliest opportunity," he added.
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