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Singing in the Rain

Amazing AC student band Loyd were singing in the rain drawing large crowds at Butserfest this year. The UK’s largest alcohol and drug-free festival this year celebrated its 10th year and Loyd were set to perform on the Introducing Stage, this year sponsored by Alton College.

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Amazing AC student band Loyd were singing in the rain drawing large crowds at Butserfest this year. 

Outstanding Results...again!

Three quarters of A level students were awarded A*-C grades, a quarter achieved A*-A. Over 71% of vocational students achieved the highest grades across Extended Diploma Courses. 100% of those taking EPQ achieved A*-C. 

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Three quarters of A level students were awarded A*-C grades, a quarter achieved A*-A. Over 71% of vocational students achieved the highest grades across Extended Diploma Courses. 100% of those taking EPQ achieved A*-C. 

Young Leaders in Service

For the fifth year running, College students participated in the Lions Young Leaders in Service Awards this year receiving their awards recently for their work in the local community. 

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For the fifth year running, College students participated in the Lions Young Leaders in Service Awards this year receiving their awards recently for their work in the local community.

Sporting success across the field

This year, College sports teams and individuals racked up some impressive results. The College cricket team beat Farnborough Sixth Form College in the Altham College Cricket Final, the first ever girl's rugby fixture was held against Farnborough, Sam Jenner reached the National Final of the British Mountaineering Youth Series and Tia Ruel made the British Lions team in Boccia. 

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This year, College sports teams and individuals racked up some impressive results. The College cricket team beat Farnborough Sixth Form College in the Altham College Cricket Final in what turned out to be a really close game. Farnborough were bowled out for 105 with Chris Jones with 5 wickets for 21 off 8 overs and George Neave with 3 wickets for 27 runs off 8 overs.

Geographers have a field day in Wales

A level Geography students recently ventured on a field-trip to Snowdonia as part of their course work, undertaking several hands-on investigations in the beautiful Welsh countryside.  

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A level Geography students recently ventured on a field-trip to Snowdonia as part of their course work. Isobel Brodie, previously at Robert May’s School, shared her experience with us. 

WelcomeFest 2016: Fantastic!

Our annual WelcomeFest was again a success! Students explored their subject areas through talks and practical hands-on workshops in the morning, whilst the afternoon was more relaxed watching ex-student and X Factor contestant Joe Waller perform, followed by talented current music students performing for the chance to play on the Introducing stage at Butserfest. 

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Once again, the sun shone on our new students starting in September as they visited College for the annual WelcomeFest in July.

CTEC Level 2 Business Students Getting Ahead Task

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Damian Hinds on the EU Referendum

Damian Hinds, MP for East Hampshire and Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury visited College to talk to students about the EU Referendum. He was greeted by a room full of enthusiastic students and teachers, eager to hear what their local MP had to say about the forthcoming vote.

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Damian Hinds, MP for East Hampshire and Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury visited Alton College to talk to students about the EU Referendum. He was greeted by a room full of enthusiastic students and teachers, eager to hear what their local MP had to say about the forthcoming vote.

 

 

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