News Stories from Ewell Castle School
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…
19 September 2014
The Under 15's took to the field against Reigate Grammar School in their first match of the season. It proved to be a good start to the season with a 40 - 5 win.
A gritty 2nd half saw the home team score a try of their but Ewell Castle responded well with two tries. A victory in which the whole squad contributed and…
18 September 2014
The 13U Ewell Castle Tennis Team won the Surrey League ‘B’ Division finals against Rutlish on Friday. Having won their Group division they then played on through the quarter finals and semi finals beating Trinity and Wilsons along the way.
The Final was a hard fought battle against a very strong Rutlish School team ending in a 2-2 draw. The teams then had…
9 September 2014
On Friday 29 August the Upper Sixth Classics students celebrated their excellent results at AS with a trip to the National Theatre to see Medea. A dark tale of revenge obsession and child murder, it is one of the plays that they will be studying this year. It was followed up by an excellent lecture by Bethany Hughes also at the National on the key issue of the role of women in Ancient Greece.…