UCAS

In the Sixth Form we provide comprehensive and personal advice to all students applying to university through UCAS.

The preparation we offer is varied including university trips, talks from external speakers as well as workshops on personal statements and course choices, to name but a few. Students work closely with their form tutors, the Head of Sixth Form, the school’s careers specialist and the SLT to ensure that every student receives personal advice which leads to the selection of ambitious yet appropriate courses and institutions.

In order to assist students to navigate the wide range of university courses available we encourage students to use Unifrog – a software programme which provides ideas about appropriate careers, courses and universities in response to declared interests and aptitudes. Students are issued with passwords by their tutors and have guided sessions by our careers specialist. Students can click on the link below to login:

https://www.unifrog.org/sign-in

We are proud to have seen our students go on to continue their academic studies at a range of institutions, including in recent year Oxbridge and Russell Group universities. Please click on the document below which sets out the destinations of our 2015 leavers. We wish them all the success in their academic endeavours!

Downloads

Page Downloads Date  
Destinations 2015.pdf 13th Jul 2018 Download
How to get into University.pdf 13th Jul 2018 Download

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- Mar 24
The sixth form had a brilliant time on their residential in Kent this weekend. Lots of great teamwork displayed and much laughter was had! https://t.co/u15PuQVCkH
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- Mar 22
We are recruiting. See our vacancies here: https://t.co/aC19WtL2Rf https://t.co/BABp3yysIu
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- Mar 18
This morning our year 7s got ‘streetwise’. It was a 30 minute play followed by a 20 minute workshop/quiz teaching students how to be safe when near/crossing roads. The students were fantastically behaved and engaged throughout the whole session which was brilliant to see. https://t.co/bEq9rXqRx7
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- Mar 18
Congratulations to William who achieved a silver medal at The British Schools’ Adaptive and Visually Impaired Judo Championships 2019; held at The English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. https://t.co/dXsdKaMPz9
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- Mar 14
This week year 7 took part in a workshop called ‘You Are Awesome’. The workshop explored the key differences between a fixed and a growth mind-set and aims to give our students the tools they need to overcome challenge, learn from mistakes and become Kid Awesome! https://t.co/VBefbhoZV4
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- Mar 13
Year 9 Cooking Training on the 18/3/19 has been cancelled due to Qualified Staff Shortages for Group 2 4 6 8. Students will be notified about rearranged dates. https://t.co/pnEPe5jHE8
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- Mar 12
We currently have vacancies for teachers of Spanish, Computing and Science. Click link below for more details: https://t.co/aC19WtL2Rf https://t.co/qORaLCVHAv
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- Mar 12
Well done to Gaia Pianca. Gaia has been selected to play for Surrey U15’s, big achievement https://t.co/hAWgV2qPQz
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Age Concern Epsom @AgeConcernEpsom - Mar 11
@EpsomEwellHigh Great to meet up today - thanks for your time. #community #intergenerational https://t.co/WlBm7niOE8
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KCAH @kcahtweets - Mar 11
This made our day! Thank you to the lovely High Sheriff Cadet, Naeel, from @EpsomEwellHigh who organised a collection of goodies for our #homeless guests, wrapped so beautifully and with so much thought put into it! Thank you @CadetsSurrey @HSOFSURREY +everyone donating! #charity https://t.co/kASwxHKtoW
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- Mar 11
@Jools_CP @SIMMSPriPE @SIMMSPriScience Thanks Julie. I'm running the social media as well. Were you at the conference? Sorry I missed you.
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Patrick Shields @HT24601 - Mar 11
@TeachStMarys @EpsomEwellHigh @maudsleylearn Inspiring journey; great conclusion to a fabulous day
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