Address: Church Street, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 2AW
Number of Pupils: 570 boys and girls
Fees: Nursery and Reception £2,760; Pre Prep (Years 1&2) £3,230; Prep (Years 3-6) £3,650; Seniors (Years 7-13) £5,325
Head Teacher: Peter Harris MSc, BSc, PGCE, NPQH
Entrance Procedure: Senior School: interview with the principal, scholarship exams if relevant, taster days and assessments. Sixth Form: interview with the principal and GCSE grades.
Contact: Mrs T Wilkins, admissions registrar, Tel 020 8394 3576
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Open event dates:
Tuesday 5th March 2019 9-10.30am
Tuesday 30th April 2019 9-10.30am
Thursday 6th June 2019 6-8pm
A broad academic curriculum, underpinned by EC Skills for the 21st century, an inspiring programme which focuses on nurturing and developing skills for a modern world and achieving each child’s potential.
Games & The Arts
An extensive extra-curricular programme including music, drama, sport, Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and Camps International expeditions. An annual arts week and the EC Sports Academy includes separate tennis and cricket academies for top sporting pupils.
The happy, family friendly nature of our school community is underpinned by excellent pastoral care. All aspects of personal development are fostered, and pastoral care and support which is consistently acknowledged to be outstanding (ISI Report 2012) contributes greatly to personal development and achievement of potential. A benefit of being a small school is that each pupil is known and valued within a caring, stimulating and disciplined environment.
Academic, art, design technology, drama, music and sport scholarships.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
The vision of our school is to nurture and inspire our pupils to achieve, within a happy, family friendly atmosphere. ‘The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it’. Michelangelo
Located in beautiful grounds in Ewell village, North Surrey, half an hour from London. Ewell Castle School provides a small and caring co-educational environment for children 3-18. The happy, family friendly nature of the school benefits all pupils. Pupils are articulate and show self confidence. Enrichment opportunities broaden horizons and the majority gain places at their first choice of university.