A message from our Head Boy & Head Girl

Joe Quick

Joe Quick

I am so proud to be head boy of Epsom and Ewell High School. Since being at the school since year 7, I have witnessed just how much the school has transformed; it is an excellent place to study. The relationship between staff and students is very special. The sixth form is a community with a common goal of achievement and everyone helps each other to get there.

In year 12, I studied German, English, Economics and History. I enjoy learning about different cultures (I have recently been to Namibia with the school), as well as essay writing and debating. I am applying to Oxford to study History.  Post-study, I hope to get a training contract with a political party or with a corporate law firm. Wherever I go to university, my ultimate goal is to become an MP then work my way up the political ranks from there.  With school, I attended a live debate on the EU referendum between two politicians, which sparked my interest even further. In my spare time, I’m a stringent Manchester United fan, football player and part time worker.

I strongly recommend Epsom & Ewell High School and all the opportunities that are available to the students. Our Sixth Form is a warm and welcoming place to study and we would welcome you anytime should you wish to arrange a tour.

 


Georgia Hinson

Georgia Hinson

Hello, my name is Georgia and I am the current Head Girl of Epsom and Ewell High. I study English Literature, History and Spanish, with the hope of studying English Literature at university.

The sixth form operates like an academic family; we all look out for each other. All students benefit from thorough advice and support for whatever we are going on to post sixth form. We are also enjoying an enrichment programme involving external speakers, workshops and discussions on topics related to people of our age. We are also looking forward to the first ever Epsom and Ewell High School residential, which forms part of the optional extra curricular programme.

Epsom and Ewell High School has taught me to always have aspirations to reach. I would like to pursue a career in journalism, as current affairs and polemic topics are always something I have enjoyed exploring; I love writing, and currently do so for an online magazine.

Without this school, and the incredible teacher support offered to me, there is no doubt that I would have gained the skills nor confidence to grasp these amazing opportunities, which is something which I am immensely grateful for. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Epsom and Ewell High School and would urge you to come and have a look around; we would be happy to give you a tour of the school.