Sleepy Seaton was a huge success! Roasting marshmallows, reading stories and tasty burgers! We are so proud of all of our children and families. We hope that you all had fun! Thank you to school staff, Graeme and Greg from RADS, Matt Dickenson for his spooky stories and Mandy Tulloch for the fire pit.
All class newsletters are available to read on the Newsletters tab at the top of this page.
Please see the link below for the Best Start Grant and Best Start Foods payment.
We have been awarded over £4000 to help improve our library provision and other literacy projects within our lovely school. We are very excited to have our application accepted and to share all this learning with you in the next few months. #seatonreads
Free School Meals
Free School Meal Vouchers
Families who are in receipt of free school meals will receive their vouchers fortnightly - every second Tuesday. If you need any further help please email the school.
Seaton scran project
There are many food packages available for our families. Please contact the school on 01224 277920 or email SeatonPrimary@aberdeencity.gov.uk if you would like one and we will happily arrange this for you.
Jotters are available for anyone who would like to use them to help with online learning. Please phone the school on 01224 277920 or email SeatonPrimary@aberdeencity.gov.uk and we can arrange this for you.
Seaton Primary School and Early Learning Setting is set within the area of Seaton on the North East coast of Scotland. The school environment is rich in natural resources with the beach on our doorstep and Seaton Park a short walk away.
Seaton School is a non-denominational school which educates children from 3-12 years. The school community celebrates its diversity in cultures and languages.
We aim to motivate pupils to achieve their full potential through varied and challenging experiences, preparing pupils to be successful in an ever-changing world by providing them with skills for life.
We encourage our pupils to build resilience, independence and self-discipline so that all pupils can contribute successfully to society. We work hard to establish a strong partnership with parents, carers and the wider community.
ACC Helpline number: 01224 523322
Scottish Welfare Fund Crisis line number: 0800 030 4713