Seaton School

Parent Voice Poster.pdf

Parent voice

Seaton School were grateful to all the families and carers that attended our Parents Evening. During the evening we asked families and carers to describe Seaton School in one word. We thank everyone for their input.

Since January, Seaton School have been gathering input from staff, pupils, and parents to create our School Travel Plan for 24/25 – Seaton Travel Plan.

One aim on the action plan was to organise a sign for the front of the school to encourage drivers to slow down.  Our Parent Voice Group were happy to fund this for the school and we now have this displayed proudly at the main entrance.

Sleepy Seaton 2023!

Sports Day 2023


Active Schools Coordinator 

Book 2 Blockbuster!

Cybersafe Scotland Information for Parents - Safer Internet Day

Aberdeen City Council - Support for Families Information 2022/2023

ACC Family Support Booklet  

Seaton School is one of the first Aberdeen City Council schools moving to a new system for school meals payments, called ParentPay. The new online payment service for school meals will go live at our school on 23 January 2023.

ParentPay will allow parents/ carers to make fast and effective cashless top ups for school meals at any time of the day, view meal selection and receive support and advice from ParentPay. All of this is accessed through a secure online ParentPay account.

Cash top-ups at the school will no longer be available once the school is using ParentPay, so it’s important that once notified you activate your account as soon as possible to continue to pay for school meals.

For more information visit: School Meals ParentPay | Aberdeen City Council

Parent Internet Safety Information

Dons Day Out Information

our community

Many of the classes at Seaton School have been exploring our local community.  Aberdeen Beach is right on our doorstep and we have been taking advantage of all the outdoor learning opportunities in the sunshine!


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. 

Class Newsletters

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.

Safer Schools - Parent App

The NHS Grampian CAMHS Early Intervention team have developed a series of webinars to support parents/carers to support themselves and their children during a time when we know anxiety is likely to be increased. We have included a link  to access these webinars, please.

The webinar topics include:

Episode 1: Welcome and meet the team 

Episode 2: Body tools​ for anxiety 

Episode 3: Thinking tools​ for anxiety 

Episode 4: Managing anxious behaviours​ 

Episode 5: Talking to your child about anxiety​ 

Episode 6: Understanding the adolescent brain and impact on teen mental health during the Covid-19 lockdown 

Episode 7: Looking after your mental health and wellbeing  

Episode 8: Resources you may find helpful 

Episode 9: Supporting your child on the return to school following lockdown 


Seaton Reads

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  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 and we can arrange this for you.