Admissions

Sixth Form Admissions 2020-21

 

Admission Number

Epsom & Ewell High School 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

The BTEC pathway is available to students who achieve a minimum of a level 4 in 5 subjects including English and Mathematics.

Many students who attain at least 5 good grades at GCSE choose to study A Levels.  In order to do this, you must achieve at least 5 level 4 GCSE grades, and a level 4 in English and Mathematics, with Level 5 in each of the subjects you wish to continue at A Level.

There will be an opportunity to discuss options and academic entry requirements for courses during applicant interviews.

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 and previously looked after children will be: children who are registered as being in the care of a local authority or provided with accommodation by a local authority in accordance with Section 22 of the Children Act 1989(a), e.g. fostered or living in a children’s home, at the time an application for a school is made; and children who have previously been in the care of a local authority or provided with accommodation by a local authority in accordance with Section 22 of the Children Act 1989(a) and who have left that care through adoption, a child arrangements order (in accordance with Section 8 of the Children Act 1989 and as amended by the Children and Families Act 2014) or special guardianship order (in accordance with Section 14A of the Children Act 1989).
  2. Children who will have a sibling attending the school at the date of admission; (sibling refers to brother or sister, half brother or sister, adopted brother or sister, foster sister or brother, 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.

Courses

We offer a broad range of subjects at key stages 5 including both A Levels and BTEC Level 3 qualifications. A summary of the courses and, crucially, the curriculum detail of each course can be found on the whole school curriculum overview page. Please note that all our sixth form courses on offer for the next academic year can be found on the application form and option blocks are subject to change each year.

 

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- Nov 27
We’ve had another busy week at EEHS with sixth form assessment week & preparations for GCSE Dance exams. One more day of hard work and then the weekend is here. You’ve got this! https://t.co/qbMnRK2nBx
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- Nov 23
The next two weeks mark Sixth Form Taster Week! We look forward to sharing with the Yr11s all the subjects on offer at EEHS and the virtual open evening on Thursday. For more information about joining us, please visit the sixth form page of the website! #eehssixthform https://t.co/x5haBVzapj
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- Nov 20
Big shout out to our Yr 11s for getting to the end of assessment week! 👌👍 https://t.co/EVSgePiUKs
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- Nov 19
We have just built a new Covid attendance dashboard using PowerBI which enables us to track cases and identify possible issues before they develop further. Combined with measures introduced in September, it means we can continue to keep school open to as many students as possible https://t.co/vZrquQ4o8K
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- Nov 19
We are constantly looking for ways to inspire our students to look at different career paths. This year we want to hold a virtual careers fair featuring a variety of sectors. If you, or someone you know, would be willing to get involved please email heaneyn@eehs.surrey.sch.uk https://t.co/wP1v5mIyT1
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- Nov 18
At EEHS with offer a vast range of A Level & Btec subjects, can you guess which subject this diagram is from? Interested in the sixth form? Join us for our virtual open evening next Thursday (more details on the website) https://t.co/Avq0KloSk2
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- Nov 16
Here are some ways to feel more positive this week🌟🌈👍 https://t.co/9sJqEYeQuf
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- Nov 13
More creative visual revision from the Year 12s! 👏 https://t.co/ZfFFQHqoCF
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- Nov 13
Today marks World Kindness Day. What will you do today to make our community a better place? https://t.co/2yuOinUVgN
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- Nov 12
When you ask Yr 12 psychology students to creatively revise the structure of neurons ahead of assessment week & they create this epic visual demonstration. Wow! https://t.co/VbaqfflwAI
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- Nov 9
We’re looking forward to welcoming students and staff back this morning for the second half of the Autumn term. See you all soon! https://t.co/0ErgJoK33O
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- Nov 8
Calling all our sixth formers! Have you downloaded the Young Professionals app yet? #nextsteps #planningahead https://t.co/289h2dOLeR
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