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  • Latest Tweet from Blenheim High School:
    Year 13 Drama off to see Othello at the Lyric - should be a good evening.
  • 28th

    Power back on - business as normal!

    The power cut that caused our Social Media Workshop for Parents to be cancelled has fortunately been rectified.   The school will be back in action as normal on 29th January.  Many apologies if you were trying to contact the school whilst the power was cut at the school.  

  • 28th

    Power Cut for 28th January

    The Social Media Workshop for parents on 28th January at 5 30 has been cancelled due to a power cut in the building. 

  • 9th

    Student Collects 23,000 stamps!

    Matthew D, a Year 9 student at Blenheim High School, collected an astounding 23,000 stamps for the charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. To celebrate his success the Charity invited Matthew to their main training site to have a tour and see how the hearing dogs are trained. Matthew has been collecting the stamps for just over a year and has enlisted the help of his friends and family.  The stamps will be sold and all profits will go directly to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.

  • 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.

     

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.