Welcome to Blenheim High School. We are a co-educational Science Academy in Surrey with state of the art facilities and one of the first schools in the South East to thoroughly integrate iPads into our school. Every student either owns or has access to an iPad in every lesson.   Read More

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    Lovely phone call earlier from a gentleman to thank BHS student who helped him on the 418 bus today - you know who you are, well done! 💫👍
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    Carol Service

    Once again the Blenheim Carol Service was held at St. Mary's Church in Ewell.  It was such a lovely occasion with students singing beautifully and the musicians performing magnificently.  The various readings were a credit to our students and made for an enjoyable evening for all. Miss Gostling and Mr. O'Connor worked hard to ensure the students were ready for the concert and I am sure all who attended will agree their efforts paid off.  Our thanks go to St. Mary's Church for allowing us to use their church for the evening.

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    Epsom Foodbank

    Mrs. Barnes has encouraged staff, students and parents to bring in items for the Epsom Foodbank appeal and has been very successful in her endeavour!   Thank you so much for your generosity.   As you can see from the photo, we had a lot of boxes to to deliver to the Foodbank, in fact we managed 550kg!   This will go to support families in Epsom and Ewell who are in need at this time.  


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    Murals at Cuddington Community

    Mr. Basic, Teacher of Art and Design took six of our A-level Art students to Cuddington Community Primary School yesterday to complete murals for their school.  It was extremely successful and a number of murals are now brightening up the lives of primary school students!  Well done to Ava Dunkley, Xanthe Hewitson, Taya Leong, Hannah Mordan, Olivia North and Anna Tickle.

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    Christmas at Blenheim!

    The joy of Christmas is upon us!  The Christmas tree has arrived in the foyer and is looking a picture.  We are pleased to purchase our tree from the Old Moat Garden Centre who support the Richmond Fellowship.  The Richmond Fellowship provide work experience and vocational training for local people with mental health problems.  If you too buy your tree from the Old Moat Garden Centre, please mention Blenheim and you will be given a £1 voucher to bring into school which we can exchange for gardening equipment and plants.

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    Karate Champion!

    Well done to Louise Groves!  At the UK Karate Nationals in Sheffield, for the second year running Louise was awarded a Gold Medal for Kumite and a Silver National medal for Kata.  She was also awarded a Silver Medal for her Team Kata.  This makes her the second best in the UK in these divisions! We are immensely proud as she fought so hard.


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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.