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Esher College

 

Esher College

Esher College
Established 1974
Type Sixth form college
Principal Daniel Dean BA
Location Weston Green Road
Thames Ditton
Surrey
KT7 0JB
England
DfE number ???/8602
DfE URN 130830 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1750 (approx.)
Gender Mixed
Ages 16–18
Former name Esher County Grammar School
Website Esher College

Esher College is a sixth form college located in Thames Ditton, Elmbridge, England.

It has just under 1800 students enrolled, with a catchment drawn from north Surrey and southwest London. Esher College is very close to Thames Ditton railway station on the northern edge of Surrey. It is situated just south of the roundabout of the A309 and B364.

In 2010 Esher College became the first 6th form college in the country to fully support IPv6.

Contents

  • History 1
    • Grammar school 1.1
    • Sixth form college 1.2
  • Former pupils 2
    • Esher County Grammar School 2.1
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

Grammar school

It was formerly Esher County Grammar School which was the new site of Surbiton County Grammar, which moved from a site now occupied by the Hollyfield School in 1965.

Sixth form college

It became a sixth form college in 1974. It had 600 pupils in the 1970s, 700 in the 1980s, and 800 in the 1990s.

Former pupils

Esher County Grammar School

References

  1. ^ "Nick J. Thorpe". Retrieved 10 Jan 2015. 

External links

  • Esher College official website
  • Esher College OFSTED Report
  • EduBase
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