Congratulations to Foundation Learning student Tom Hickey on being awarded the Jack Petchey Achievement Award for his volunteering work. Winners of this prestigious award are young people who have gone above and beyond to achieve – perhaps when others thought they might fail.

Alton College student Tom Andrews has been selected to represent the UK at Worldskills in Russia later this year in the Electronics discipline. Tom is currently in his last year of the Foundation Degree in Engineering studying at Alton College and undertaking work with Sonardyne International Ltd

On Friday 1st March 2019 Alton College entered into an exciting partnership with Havant & South Downs College. This merger will support the development of curriculum, sharing of best practices, and allow Alton College to continue to achieve excellent student outcomes.

Best of luck to Foundation Learning student Ben Tyler who is representing GB in tennis at the World Special Olympic Games in Abu Dhabi! The Games start with the opening ceremony on Thursday 14th of March and go on to the 22nd. We look forward to following his progress at the games!

Teams of Year 8 and 9s from Eggar's School and Amery Hill School worked together recently to compete in the annual Alton College Junior Team Maths Challenge, designed to stretch more able students. Teams of Year 8 and 9s from Eggar's School and Amery Hill School worked together recently to compete in the annual Alton College Junior Team Maths Challenge, designed to stretch more able students. 

Alton College Music Department will hold their Easter concert in St Lawrence's Church, Alton on Thursday 28 March at 7:30pm. It is free with a retiring collection. The concert will showcase some of the College ensembles as well as solo items from students featuring music by Faure, Weill, Shostakovich and Sondheim.