Trips & Visits

At Epsom and Ewell High School we very much value the learning experiences that trips and visits can bring. It is important that students gain understanding in context and we encourage departments to plan trips that relate to the curriculum to enhance their knowledge of the subject.

In recent years we have undertaken trips to a variety of places in the local area as well as other parts of the UK and abroad. 

Trips already planned so far for this academic year include:
 

  • A variety of UK-based Geography data collection days for GCSE and A Level
  • Various Performing Arts trips including 'Leopoldstadt', 'Fame the musical', Everybody's talking about Jamie'
  • English theatre trips including Dickens 'A Christmas Carol'
  • Year 11 Kayaking at Thames Young Mariners in Richmond
  • Year 10 residential trip to The Kingswood Centre in Kent
  • Alternative Provision trip to The Therapy Garden
  • A/Level Philosophy & Ethics trip to Bloomsbury Baptist Church

Letters are sent to parents regarding trips and visits well in advance to allow time for payment and planning.
 

Visitors to the school

Additionally, we encourage outside speakers and groups to visit the school. We have welcomed Frantic Assembly and dancers from Matthew Bourne to the school to run workshops for GCSE Dance and GCSE Drama students. A variety of science professionals have also run sessions with students to educate them on the opportunities available in the world of work.

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- May 29
Year 12 RS students are using the dual coding technique as part of their end of topic revision on Christianity, Gender & Sexuality #eehssixthform #knowledgerecall #learningscientist https://t.co/9nZK06jN98
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- May 28
Launching soon: Our year 7 online transition. Follow this page for further information. All events begin from 1st June. https://t.co/O6aw0OW1N1 https://t.co/ymhmRHH8yB
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- May 26
How’s your maths? These Yr 10 students are flying through extra revision at home. Practice makes perfect. ✅ https://t.co/2gRuazCtYk
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- May 23
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- May 23
Emotional overlaps. Interesting if you are trying to dissect your feelings. https://t.co/KlwfyoP6FG
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- May 22
HAPPY HALF TERM. Miss Smith has set you all a challenge (see image). Get creative and best of luck 🤞👏 https://t.co/Z8Jaq8UN1p
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- May 20
Excellent English & Media work submitted this week. Great to see students getting creative & applying DEEP LEARNING skills to their independent work 👌 https://t.co/YiFjlN2Qc5
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- May 19
Looking to excel at A Level? Effective note taking is critical. Our Yr 12 sociologists have been applying the Cornell technique to pre-reading to help them when it comes summarising academic articles & discussing in our online lessons. Here is a great example from one student 👌 https://t.co/7yLIhcpYdm
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- May 19
We have launched details of our year 7 online transition. Follow this page for further information. All events begin from 1st June. https://t.co/O6aw0OW1N1 https://t.co/Vevkhw23Ys
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- May 18
From Yr 8 poems to Spanish research projects, Yr 10 maths revision and baking with family members, we are PROUD of all the hard work our students are doing at home. Keep it up EEHS 💪🏻 https://t.co/P8qzSzq9wy
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- May 17
What positive thing will you do today? Here’s our top three suggestions: 1. Go for a walk in the sunshine 2. Ride your bike if you have one 3. Make your family a meal https://t.co/49bRSrhaCw
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- May 14
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