Preference Process for 2022
Please watch this short video to help you with the process for 2022. The Preference Evening will be hosted virtually through School Cloud (Preference Evening Guide), giving you an opportunity to speak with Subject Leaders about the individual subjects on offer.
Preference Presentation – Mr Langlands, Assistant Headteacher
Preference Evening – 17th February 2022
You will have received a personalised letter inviting you to the Preference Evening. Joining instructions can be found here: Preference Evening Guide
You will be able to make video appointments with Curriculum Leaders, Senior Staff, SENCO and your child’s Year Manager & Year Leader.
If you would like further information please click here.
Please click on the image below or alternatively follow this link. Here you can read our Preference Booklet providing you with information on each and every subject on offer at Seaham High School. When you have finished reading the booklet, you should then watch the subject videos below before making your first and reserve Preference.
Preference Form – Deadline 28th February 2022
Please complete your child’s Preference Form when you have thoroughly investigated all subjects on offer. You can complete the Preference Form here, or by selecting Preference Form 2022 from the curriculum menu above.
Core Subject Video
English – GCSE
Combined Science GCSE
Other Subject Videos
Children’s Play, Learning & Development BTEC
Computer Science GCSE
Construction & the Built Environment – BTEC First
Drama (Acting) – RSL*
Dance – RSL*
Enterprise (Business Studies) – BTEC
Health & Social Care – BTEC
History – GCSE
Hospitality & Catering – WJEC
Vocational Award in ICT – WJEC
Music – RSL*
Photography – GCSE
Religious Education – GCSE
Separate Science (Biology, Chemistry & Physics) – GCSE
Spanish – GCSE
Sport – BTEC
Travel & Tourism – BTEC
*The DfE are currently reviewing the RSL course and it is therefore awaiting approval. In the event that the course is not approved for the KS4 performance tables, the BTEC Tech Award equivalent will be taught instead,