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  • 18th

    Carol Concert at St. Mary's, Ewell

    The Carol Service held on 17th December at St. Mary's Church was a lovely experience.  The orchestra were a credit to the school and The Lower School Singers and the Upper School Singers entertained the congregation with songs and carols such as 'White Christmas' and 'Silent Night'.  Gracie Smith sang a lovely solo and the readings from students Grace Giangregorio, Ben Banyard, Lilian Carter, Hannah Kingwell and Sam Rowbotham made it a night to remember.  With plenty of well known carol for the congregation to sing, I am sure it will become an annual event on the Blenheim calendar.  

  • 11th

    Year 7 Trip to Cologne

    Year 7 Blenheim students enjoyed their trip to Cologne.  Christmas shopping in quaint market squares, touring the Lindt chocolate museum, visiting Cologne cathedral, ice-skating, a boat trip down the Rhine and meeting St. Nikolaus!  A fantastic cultural experience and the opportunity to use their German.

     

  • 28th

    Project Ability Sports

    Six of our students participated in the Project Ability Sports event which is part of Surrey School Games run by Active Surrey.  It was a great occasion and our students Aaron, Owen, Harvey, Ellie, Brandon and Marcus were superb.  They were over the moon to collect the gold medal for cricket and the silver medal for hockey and the icing on the cake was shaking hands with Steve Brown, captain of the British Paralympic Rugby Team.  All the students competing were highly respectful of all the other competitors and their specific impairments and it was a wonderful day for all involved.

  • 10th

    Senior French Speaking Competition

    Jack  and Amelia, Year 8 participated recently in the Senior French speaking competition organised by the Epsom Rotary club with the Epsom/Chantilly Twinning Association. Both students had to choose a topic of interest and present a motivational speech in French to the panel of judges. Both performed exceptionally well a to a council chamber full of dignitaries from Epsom and Chantilly and we were delighted that  Jack came 2nd and Amelia runner up. 

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    Ebola Advice from DfE

    We have been sent advice from the Government on Ebola to reassure parents.  'Parents/guardians should not be unduly worried about the possibility of their children catching the Ebola Virus.  Follow the link for the information which has been sent to us.

House Points

The school runs a vertically tiered House system, encompassing all pupils and staff. There are four houses, which are named after Epsom Derby winners. The houses in lead order are here.