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EPSOM College is a prestigious public school that was founded in 1853 by John Propert.

It was originally called The Royal Medical Benevolent College and fees then cost £25 a year.

Where is Epsom College?

The college is located in the Epsom Downs in Surrey.

Its aim was initially to provide accommodation for pensioned medical doctors or their widows and to provide a "liberal education" to 100 sons of "duly qualified medical men".

The foundation stone was laid on July 6, 1853.

Almost two years later, on June 25, 1855, the college was formally opened by Prince Albert and his son, the future King Edward VII.

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In 1855 Queen Victoria became a patron as well as King George V in 1936 and King George VI the following year and Queen Elizabeth II.

In 1976, girls were first allowed into the sixth form.

Twenty years later, the school became fully co-educational.

How much are Epsom College's school fees?

According to the college’s website, the current fees are:

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For the Lower School, which are day only, fees cost £21,510.

For the Upper School, depend on whether the pupil is a boarder or not.

For day pupils, fees are £28,686.

For weekly boarders, fees are £38,427.

For full boarders, fees are £42,303.

Who are Epsom College's most notable alumni?

Epsom College has educated an impressive list of famous faces, these include:

Hollywood actor Stewart Granger

Hollyoaks actress Ciara Janson, who played Nicole Owen on the soap

ITV journalist Jonathan Maitland

BBC North America editor Mark Mardell

TV and radio presenter Jeremy Vine

Comedian Tim Vine

BBC journalist Nicholas Witchell

What happened to headmistress Emma Pattison?

Emma Pattison had been appointed headmistress to the college in September 2022.

Her body, along with those of her husband George, 39, and daughter Lettie, 7, were discovered at around 11am on February 5, 2022.

Circumstances surrounding their deaths have not been established and police are still carrying out an investigation.

Police believe this is an isolated incident with no third-party involvement.

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Detective Chief Inspector Kimball Edey said, “On behalf of Surrey Police, my team, and I, I first want to express my sincerest condolences to the friends and family of Emma, Lettie and George, as well as to the students and staff of Epsom College, for their tragic loss. 

“I want to give my assurance that we will conduct a thorough investigation into what took place last night, and hope to be able to bring some peace in these traumatic circumstances. I would ask that their privacy is respected at this very difficult time.”

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