sixth-form

Instrumental Contract 2018/19

1. If you are studying one of the following music courses:

  • A Level Music
  • BTEC Jazz
  • BTEC Rock & Popular Music

You will be provided with 50% subsidised instrumental lessons on one instrument. The College undertakes to provide 22 instrumental one hour lessons starting in September.

Payment is as follows:

Apply now for September 2019

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Now it's time to decide where and what to study after you leave school this year and we're here to help you. 

Watch what our students say about studying at our top performing College

Tennis with Tim

Skills for Learning student, Ben Tyler had the wonderful experience of playing against Tim Henman last week as part of the Henman Foundation Charity event. Ben was representing Bright Ideas for Tennis which provides playing opportunities to people with disabilities.

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Skills for Learning student, Ben Tyler had the wonderful experience of playing against Tim Henman last week as part of the Henman Foundation Charity event. Ben was representing Bright Ideas for Tennis which provides playing opportunities to people with disabilities.

Brain Day

Biology and Psychology students were recently treated to a fantastic day exploring the brain when Dr Guy Sutton visited campus to take students around and beyond A-level material and into degree-level concepts and research. Guy Sutton is Director of Medical Biology Interactive and Honorary Lecturer at the University of Nottingham Medical School.

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Biology and Psychology students were recently treated to a fantastic day exploring the brain when Dr Guy Sutton visited campus to take students around and beyond A-level material and into degree-level concepts and research. Guy Sutton is Director of Medical Biology Interactive and Honorary Lecturer at the University of Nottingham Medical School.

A Day in the Life of an MP

MP for East Hampshire, Damian Hinds, recently visited Alton College to give a talk to College students studying Law, Politics and History joined by a selection of pupils from Amery Hill School and Eggar’s School. The talk entitled ‘A Day in the Life of an MP’ started with Damian explaining the range of activities he undertakes on a daily basis.

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MP for East Hampshire, Damian Hinds, recently visited Alton College to give a talk to College students studying Law, Politics and History joined by a selection of pupils from Amery Hill School and Eggar’s School.

Merger Plans Announced

Alton College and Havant & South Downs College (HSDC) have announced ‘exciting’ merger plans to ensure a ‘strong partnership together’. Chair of Governors Ian Gibson, stated ‘we are excited about the vision of enhancing and building on the outstanding academic provision at both institutions through this new partnership opportunity’.  

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Alton College and Havant & South Downs College (HSDC) have announced ‘exciting’ merger plans to ensure a ‘strong partnership together’. 

Chair of Governors at Alton College, Ian Gibson, stated ‘we are excited about the vision of enhancing and building on the outstanding academic provision at both institutions through this new partnership opportunity’.  

What if cows could draw gods?

Furthering links with Higher Education is integral to student learning at Alton College, and as part of this, Philosophy and History students were recently visited by Dr. Shaul Tor, Lecturer in Ancient Philosophy at King’s College, London.

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Furthering links with Higher Education is integral to student learning at Alton College, and as part of this, Philosophy and History students were recently visited by Dr. Shaul Tor, Lecturer in Ancient Philosophy at King’s College, London. In his talk, he covered many topics including discussing the Greek Philosopher Xenophanes. ‘What if cows could draw gods?

Philosophical Zombies

As part of Alton College’s ongoing schools' liaison work, a group of Year 10 pupils from Amery Hill School recently visited the Philosophy department to explore topics including Philosophical Zombies and Consciousness. 

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As part of Alton College’s ongoing school liaison work, a group of Year 10 pupils from Amery Hill School recently visited the Philosophy department to explore topics including Philosophical Zombies and Consciousness.

Brecon Beacons Expedition

As part of the BTEC Public Services course, students are given the opportunity to take part in a week long-field trip to take part in exciting outdoor activities and team-building exercises. A large group of students and four staff recently travelled to the Hampshire Mountain Centre in the Brecon Beacons in South Wales and completed two expeditions, caving, gorge walking, or climbing.

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As part of the BTEC Public Services course, students are given the opportunity to take part in a week long-field trip to take part in exciting outdoor activities and team-building exercises.

Gifted and Talented pupils give new perspectives

Gifted and Talented pupils from Weydon School scooped first prize in this year’s Above and Beyond Competition. The theme this year was ‘2017 has given us new perspectives on our world’ and Year 10 pupils from Eggar’s School, The Petersfield School, Weydon School and Farnham Heath End School worked in teams to prepare an EPQ-style project and gave a 10-minute presentation on their investigation outcomes.

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Gifted and Talented pupils from Weydon School scooped first prize in this year’s Above and Beyond Competition.

 

 

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