Sixth Form Admissions 2019 - 20

Epsom & Ewell High School

Admissions to the Sixth Form 2019-20

Admission Number

Epsom & Ewell High School (EEHS) will provide 20 places in Year 12 for those who enrol as new students in Year 12 in addition to students who continue into the Sixth form from Year 11 at EEHS.  Full information about the opportunities provided and full details about the courses available are set out in the EEHS Sixth Form Prospectus.

Minimum Entry Requirements

To study the level 3 BTEC package:  a minimum of 3 A*-C at GCSE gained through a minimum of 3 separate subjects, and a level 4 in both English and maths.

To study the A Level package:  a minimum of 3 A*-C at GCSE, including a grade B in the relevant subject and a level 4 in both English and Maths.

(There will be an opportunity to discuss options and academic entry requirements for particular courses).

Admission Criteria

If the number of external applicants, who meet the minimum entry requirements for specific courses, exceeds the Sixth Form Admission Number, the following priorities will be used when offering places:

  1.  Looked after children;    in the care of a Local Authority or provided with accommodation by that Authority – and as set out in the Government School Admissions Code para. 1.7 and the Children’s Acts 1989 and 2002
  2. Children who will have an older sibling attending the school at the date of admission;     (sibling refers to brother or sister, half brother or sister, adopted brother or sister, step brother or sister or the child of the carer’s partner where the child for whom the school place is sought is living in the same family unit at the same address)
  3. Children with major medical or social grounds, supported by certification from a Doctor or a senior practitioner in social work, which indicates grounds why Epsom & Ewell High School would be the most appropriate for the child to attend; (This evidence should set out the particular reasons why this school is the most suitable and the difficulties that would be caused if he/she had to attend another school. The school may feel it appropriate to consult its own medical advisor.)
  4. The remaining places will be allocated to children living nearer to the school who will be assigned a place before those living further away. 



Details about the range of courses available and how to apply are set out in the EEHS Sixth Form Booklet available on line at or at the school.