Our Early Years (ELC) program caters for girls and boys from six weeks to school age across three carefully curated spaces.
The Seymour Early Years recognises the need for children to develop their skills and abilities at their own individual rate. We focus on the development of the whole person – intellectually, socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
Learning in our Junior Years commences with our Prep program for four-year old girls, followed by Reception through to Year 6.
Lead by educators at the forefront of innovation in primary teaching, the Seymour Junior Years lays the perfect foundations for girls to build upon as they discover who they are and what they will become.
In our Middle Years we encourage girls to take ownership of their learning, to be reflective, critical and creative thinkers.
Our Middle Years empowers girls to foster positive relationships with all members of the community and build a strong sense of self-worth and character.
Through support and guidance, we encourage our Year 10-12 students to forge their own pathways.
Our ground breaking Independence model recognises that every girl will want to choose her own path through the final years at school and with such a broad subject offering, as well as support from a dedicated learning mentors, we are able to personalise a pathway for every girl.
A home away from home for rural and regional, interstate and overseas students.
From the moment you walk through the doors of the Seymour College Boarding House, you will sense the warmth and inclusiveness that is experienced by every one of our boarders. The theme of belonging underpins our boarding offering, as we go out of our way to ensure that every girl feels part of the Seymour family from day one.
Seymour College acknowledges that the land where we live, learn and work is the traditional lands of the Kaurna people, the original people of the Adelaide Plains and wooded foothills of the Mt Lofty Ranges, where Seymour College now stands.