If you have any questions about the day-to-day running of the school please go to your tutor first and if you still need help, please approach your head of year.

The Gateway (HomeAccess)

The Gateway allows you to remotley access your school work from home:


In accordance with the aims of the ICT department to equip all students with basic ICT skills, all students are given a school email account to communicate with their teachers and each other for educational purposes. They can access their email account at school and at home using our webmail system. Students are reminded about that the ICT acceptable usage policy still applies when using their webmail account at home.

Accessing webmail from home:

  1.     To access your email go to
  2.     When prompted, enter your username.
  3.     Enter your password (it is the same one you use to access the network at school).
  4.     Click on OK.
  5.     When you have finished it is advisable to click on the 'Log Off' button to exit your webmail account.


Doddle is an exciting resource that students use as part of their classwork, homework and independent study. Doddle has a range of resources from presentations to interactive activities as well as self-marking quizzes, revision materials and much more.

Each pupil has been provided with a username and password and can login by following the link below:

Students should to ensure that the institution name is set as Epsom and Ewell High School KT19 9JW

School Nurse/Counsellor Drop in Sessions

Did you know that Natasha the school nurse comes into Epsom and Ewell High to run a lunch time drop in session in the Wave? Pupils do not need to make an appointment to see the school nurse they just “drop in”. If you would like to see Natasha please speak to Miss Haine or Miss Thompson in the Wave (previously the LOC) to check which day she will be here.  We also have a relate counsellor that comes in on a Monday.  If you would like an appointment with Teri, please see Miss Haine or Miss Thompson.

Pupils come to see us with a range of issues .These may include anything from health issues, friendship problems, anxiety, self harming and bereavement to problems happening at home, or in school, in fact anything a pupil would like to discuss we’re happy to listen to. We provide confidential advice and support however if we’re told something that is likely to harm the pupil or somebody else, we have a duty to share that information.