A message from our Head Boy & Head Girl

Headboy 17

Thomas Barnhurst

I am incredibly proud to be the head boy of Epsom and Ewell High School. Upon my arrival, I wouldn’t have ever dreamt that I would be in this position; this school has been pivotal in making me the man I am today.

The school boasts an abundance of high quality facilities and staff, revolved around providing the best possible education for its students. In my aim of going on to study business and French at university, these have been essential in my success; pushing me to my limits and enhancing my capabilities. The staff have always supported me in my decisions and have been instrumental in my application to King’s College London and their “French and Management” course. I have been offered a vast range of opportunities to not only improve my skills, but to also develop my interests. From educational trips to volunteering, I have been well prepared for life beyond secondary school.

I highly recommend Epsom and Ewell High School and the opportunities we offer. We urge you to continue your studies here and will make certain that you feel a welcomed part of our wonderful school.


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Eleanor Cazaly

Hi, I’m Ellie and the current Head Girl at Epsom and Ewell High School. I have been a student here since year 7 and have to say the sixth form is a truly unique and exhilarating experience.

I currently study Biology, English Literature, and German having already finished an A-Level in Photography, with the hope of applying to Russell Group Universities.  EEHS’s sixth form offers you the freedom you require after your GCSEs without a loss of support whenever you need it. Alongside both old and new friends, the sixth form is a self-contained community run by a team of like-minded year 13 prefects.

At EEHS I have been given a range of opportunities alongside my studies, which have contributed towards my application for university. I have completed work experience for teaching and loved being a Senior Prefect.  The enrichment sessions have helped me grow personally and the  EPQ has developed my knowledge.

The camaraderie coupled with independence you have yet to experience, is what makes EEHS’ sixth form so distinctive and we openly welcome you to visit us!