Rosebery House was named after Lord Rosebery, a 19th Century British Prime Minister, who in 1926 allowed a new day House at Epsom College UK to be named after him in honour of his long association with the College. The House is conveniently located close to the Dining Hall, Sports Centre and all academic departments. The House occupies rooms on four floors in purpose-built accommodation.

In Rosebery House, academic excellence is valued along with distinction in the arts, in musical endeavours, and on the sports pitch.

Girls are encouraged not only to develop their own skills and talents, but also to share in the success of others. Girls have a sense of community, both within the House and in their wider world.


The House is supported by a team of academic and pastoral tutors, an Assistant HMM, Resident Tutor and Matron.


Housemistress: Ms Kirsty Lowery



House Matron:  Ms Elma Mary



House Tutors:

Ms Jana Perold (AHMM)

Ms Nadzirah Zainal Abidin (Resident Tutor)

Ms Alice Coleman

Ms Katie Hargreaves

Mrs Fiona Leather

Ms Anastasia Nesfield

Ms Wen Li Leighton