News Stories from Ewell Castle School
13 March 2015
Author Adele Parks visited the School and spoke to an invited audience about her career and how she started writing novels. Her latest book is 'Spare Brides' and tells the story of four women in 1920's England, each struggling with post war life.
12 March 2015
Well done boys, you raised £25.68 from yesterday's Drumathon in support of our charity of the year, The Children's Trust.
10 March 2015
This morning, Coxlesscrew rower Laura Penhaul visited the Junior School during Assembly and spoke to the children and staff about her forthcoming challenge across the Pacific Ocean. Her team will row from San Francisco to Cairns in 50 days in a small boat called 'Doris', and are hoping to raise over 250,000 for Breast Cancer Care and Walking With The Wounded. Laura showed us some photos of the…
6 March 2015
A few weeks ago we held our Careers Fair in The Budgell Hall. Pupils, Students and parents found the event stimulating and enlightening. We had an excellent cross section of employers ranging from universities, Barristers and Solicitors through to Head of Strategy at BP. Feedback from those who attended the presentations was highly positive and included comments such as ‘the content…
3 March 2015
Many congratulations to one of our Year 10 pupils for being accepted onto the U15 Harlequins Developing Player Programme.
24 February 2015
Congratulations to Sixth Former S Monblat whose letter about Ed Miliband has been published in the current issue of The New Stateman. Get hold of a copy and read it for yourself.
23 February 2015
The Ewell Castle School Funktion Band recently performed at a charity concert at the Epsom Playhouse in support of the local Citizen's Advice Bureau. The evening raised in excess of £1,500. Well done boys.
5 December 2014
The second Ewell Castle School Model United Nations Conference which took place today during Sixth Form Enrichment discussed the pressing issue of the Ebola epidemic in Western Africa. Attendance is mandatory for Year 12 and Year 13 Politics students, but it has become so popular that now most of the Sixth Form attend. The sessions have so far proved to be very informative, lively and thought…