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Triathlon World Championships

Former Alton College student, James Porter, recently competed in the ITU Triathlon Age Group World Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland in August. Up against some tough competition, James finished 34th out of 90 competitors and has since qualified for the European Championships.

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Former Alton College student, James Porter, recently competed in the ITU Triathlon Age Group World Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland in August. Up against some tough competition, James finished 34th out of 90 competitors and has since qualified for the European Championships.

Himalayas Trip 2020

The College is planning a unique trip to the Indian Himalayas for July 2020. This is a once in a lifetime trip open to all students, and students will earn the widely recognised ASDAN Universities Award which will look excellent on University UCAS Applications. A presentation for parents and students will be held on Tuesday 1st October at 6:30pm on campus.

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We are delighted to announce that a unique trip to the Indian Himalayas is planned for 21 July – 6 August 2020. This is a once in a lifetime trip, and due to the highly educational value of this trip, all students will earn the widely recognised ASDAN Universities Award, which will look excellent on University UCAS Applications.

TeamUK places third in the world at iGeo

Congratulations to Geography student Alex Teeuw on his amazing achievement at this year’s iGeo competition in Hong Kong. The team of four representing Team UK came 3rd in the world overall, out of 43 countries, which is the best UK result at iGeo ever!

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Congratulations to Geography student Alex Teeuw on his amazing achievement at this year’s iGeo competition in Hong Kong. The team of four representing Team UK came 3rd in the world overall, out of 43 countries, which is the best UK result at iGeo ever! Alex was awarded a silver medal, and his fellow teammates received two bronze medals and a gold medal.

Applying for September 2020

Applications are now open.

The advisory deadline for student applications is 16 December 2019. 

Rituals wins University of Cambridge Film Prize

Olivia Welch and Elanor Wilde have won first prize in the University of Cambridge Faculty of Divinity Film Competition for their short film Rituals on the theme of religious spaces. The girls received their prize at a special ceremony recently in Cambridge.

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Earlier this academic year Olivia Welch, previously at Amery Hill School and Elanor Wilde, previously at Frensham Heights School entered the University of Cambridge Faculty of Divinity “RE:view The Cambridge Religion on Film Competition". The competition encourages creative filmmaking in documentary or fictional genres.

Victory at Victorian Cricket!

Congratulations to the Alton College staff team who won the Victorian Cricket tournament charity event at the weekend. It was the first time a 'non pub' side has won the annual community competition.

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Congratulations to the Alton College staff team who won the Victorian Cricket tournament charity event at the weekend. It was the first time a 'non pub' side has won the annual community competition, playing teams from the Railway Arms, The Harvesters and Bushy Leaze on the way to victory.

Staff Star Awards Dinner 2019

Ten members of HSDC staff from across the three campuses were recognised for their hard work and commitment at the Staff Star Awards Dinner 2019. Nominations were made for several different categories, including ‘Outstanding Manager’ and ‘Outstanding Lecturer’, and the winners were invited to a VIP dinner at the College Restaurant

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Ten members of HSDC staff from across the three campuses were recognised for their hard work and commitment at the Staff Star Awards Dinner 2019.

African Adventures

As part of African Adventures, a group volunteering organisation leading trips to Ghana, a group of 18 intrepid students and 3 staff travelled to Woe in Ghana at the beginning of April for a life-changing experience. 

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As part of African Adventures, a group volunteering organisation leading trips to Ghana, a group of 18 intrepid students and 3 staff travelled to Woe in Ghana at the beginning of April for a life-changing experience.

Karate World Championships

First year student Harry Edwards, previously at Perins School, has recently been selected to represent England at the Karate World Championships in June in Bratislava.

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First year student Harry Edwards, previously at Perins School, has recently been selected to represent England at the Karate World Championships in June in Bratislava. We caught up with him ahead of this exciting occasion:

How long have you been doing karate and what got you interested in the first place?

Morehead-Cain Scholarship

Congratulations to second year student Meagan Harrington, previously at Heath End School, on being awarded a Morehead-Cain scholarship to study at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in Anthropology and minoring in Geography.

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Congratulations to second year student Meagan Harrington, previously at Heath End School, on being awarded a Morehead-Cain scholarship to study at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in Anthropology and minoring in Geography.

 

 

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