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Alton College Ensembles playing at Opening Concert of Farnham Festival Week

Featuring music written by students and staff from Alton College, performed by the College's Composer's Ensemble, New Music Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra

Time: starting at 7.30pm

Venue: St Andrews Church

For tickets go to www.farnhammaltings.com

Date: 
20 March, 2011 - 19:30

An Object Worth Desiring

Fashion and Textiles students with their latest challenge

Textiles 1

First year students on the BTEC National Diploma in Art and Design, Fashion and Textiles were set the task of creating an object worth desiring.

Celebration and Award Evening

‘The class of 2010’ were inspired by former student Ben Southall

Art Winner Steph Li

Former students of Alton College braved wintery conditions to attend the annual Alton College Celebration and Award Evening on Tuesday 21st December.

Principal Jane Machell opened the evening by welcoming ‘the class of 2010’ back and congratulating them on their outstanding achievements whilst they were at College; she also asked them to join her in thanking their teachers and support staff for all their hard work and dedication.

Alton College Perform at ‘Music in St. Johns, Alresford’

The College Music department presented the final concert of Ewart Woolridge’s ‘Music in St. Johns'

College Ensemble

On Saturday 29th January, the Alton College Music department presented the final concert of Ewart Woolridge’s 15 years running the series ‘Music in St. Johns, Alresford’. Ewart said he was delighted that Alton College was the last group to present music in his tenure as his daughter had attended Alton College; and Alton College had brought well over 60 musicians to play an eclectic mix of music.
 

A2 Recital

The A2 Recital will take place in:

The Ormond Room

The Michael Gray Building

Alton College

Old Odiham Road

Alton

Hampshire

Date: 
7 March, 2011 - 18:00 - 21:00

Childcare Centre gets Green Fingers

Sainsbury's donates free edible trees to the College Childcare Centre

Childcare Centre Planting A Tree

The Alton College Childcare Centre was given free edible trees from the Woodland Trust and Sainsbury's Active Kids. Toddlers from the group braved the cold and used their green fingers to plant the saplings in the College grounds.

Barabara Wills, the Childcare Centre Manager said “The children will benefit from the trees as they learn and watch how they grow through the seasons.”

When the trees mature they will not only provide shelter and habitats, but also edible nuts and fruit. The pack contained dog rose, elder, cherry plum, hazel, crab apple and blackthorn saplings.

The 'Art' of Recycling

An exhibition of art using recycled waste opens

Art of Recycling

The “Art of Recycling” exhibition can be seen in the Reception of  Alton College until Friday 1st October. This collection of work from artists of every age group spans an array of styles and materials that all have one thing in common - they are all made from rubbish!

East Hampshire District Council and The Greening Campaign challenged residents to produce “recycled art” that would tour the area. This exhibition has now reached Alton College. This project was first introduced to the students during the College’s Green Week in May.

Staff Computer Usage Policy

Staff Computer Usage Agreement

Use of email and Internet services is primarily for work related purposes.

Students host political debate

Local Parliamentary candidates battled for the student vote in a recent debate at College

Political Debate April 2010

Local Parliamentary candidates battled for the student vote in an exciting pre election visit to College shortly prior to the General Election.

Hot potato topics
The structure of the debate was set to five pre-agreed questions that came out of a student forum discussion. The questions that were chosen included the topics of the budget deficit and unemployment, faith in the political system, reducing the voting age, the Trident weapons program and inequality.

Exam Results 2018

A-Level Excellence

The performance of A level students was again excellent. The high quality of our teaching, learning and support enables all of our A level students to achieve well and move onto university courses, apprenticeships and employment. 

The tables below show a breakdown of how well our A-level courses performed.

 

 

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