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  • 24th May

    Parents/Carers Safeguarding Alert

    The Netflix show 13 reasons why is back for a second series. Parents and carers please be aware it is rated 18.  The last series was very dark and graphic and we have been informed that this season is even more disturbing.  Lots of students are talking about it so we wanted to raise parental awareness.
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  • 8th Mar

    EEHS Lower School Field

    The recent appearance of equipment on our lower school field is the first of many small steps towards realising our ambition to greatly improve the sports facilities at EEHS.
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  • 16th Oct

    Plea for gardening equipment

    Our Year 9 AP students have created a garden that we are keen to maintain. We are looking to create a bug hotel and are in need of pallets, bamboo and air bricks. We also need compost bins to be able to recycle. Do you have anything lying around your garden that you no longer need? Any donations greatly received.
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  • 10th Oct

    World Scout Jamboree 2019

    World Scout Jamboree 2019

    We are very pleased and proud to say that Josh Taylor and Jayden Benjafield have been selected as part of the UK contingent for the World Scout Jamboree in America 2019. They will be part of 70 young people from Greater London South West representing the UK, visiting the host countries of Mexico, the USA and Canada as well as the actual jamboree in Virginia. It will be a long two years with lots of fundraising and hard work but I am sure that the school, along with all of their friends and family will support them in this exciting adventure. Thank you to everyone who has supported them in getting this far, we are all incredibly proud of you Josh and Jayden!
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  • 29th Sep

    The Importance of Attendance

    The Importance of Attendance

    At Epsom & Ewell High School we want the best for your children and this includes us all aspiring to have the best possible attendance, 97% and above.  The correlation between high attendance and high attainment at GCSE is evident and having a good education is an important factor in opening up more opportunities in adult life. Good attendance in school will help to prepare students for the world of work, by embedding work place values. Did you know that: A child who is absent a day of school per week misses an equivalent of two years of their school life. 90% of young people with absence rates below 85% fail to achieve five or more good grades of GCSE and around one third achieve no GCSEs at all Poor examination results limit young people’s options and poor attendance suggests to colleges and employers that these students are unreliabl...
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