The Sixth Form offers a broad range of learning opportunities that allow individuals to flourish and prepare for the demands of the wider world. The College takes pride in guiding and encouraging each student to fulfil and surpass his or her goals. We achieve this by offering the widest possible post-16 academic curriculum and providing unsurpassed support.

Each student will benefit from a structured learning environment with outstanding levels of pastoral support. While at Epsom, they will learn study and time-management skills that will be crucial to success at university.

Creative timetabling, small classes, inspirational teaching and tutor support enable students to achieve their full academic potential.

The Curriculum.

The curriculum structure is based on students studying three principal subjects to A-level or Pre-U.

These are supplemented with a core curriculum in which students will choose an option that provides breadth and develops key skills essential for the student’s future.

Consider your A-level choices

Find out more about the Core Curriculum

Sixth Form Community.

A strong community ethos and sense of broader responsibility persists at Epsom College. The wide range of co-curricular activities available allows students to learn more about their individual strengths and capabilities. The Service Programme, and Duke of Edinburgh or CCF all help to develop leadership skills.

Extensive opportunities also exist to have fun with other like-minded students in sport, drama productions, orchestras, choirs, societies, trips abroad and much more.

Find out more about our co-curricular programme

The College has outstanding resources, with a dedicated Sixth Form Centre with superb ICT facilities and a social and educational programme overseen by Head of Sixth Form, Nick Russell, and Head of Lower Sixth, Jonny Bailey.

Higher Education and Careers.

A comprehensive higher education and careers service provides excellent guidance for all Sixth Formers. This includes special provision for those interested in entering Oxbridge or pursuing a medical career.

Learn more about our Higher Education and Careers guidance