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12 weeks ago

Alton College Music alumna Ellen Drewe was recently on BBC Breakfast TV talking about one of her latest composition projects, music for the app “Music for Trees” in association with The Royal Parks. The app was created alongside students like Ellen from the Royal Academy of Music, with their compositions being interpretations of trees’ different characteristics, that you listen to as you walk...

13 weeks ago

Students on the Expressions Programme visited the Safe Spaces Art Exhibition at Chichester Cathedral recently as part of their work towards their Discover and Explore Arts Award. They learnt about the cathedral and why some artists see it as a "safe place". They then discussed  what a safe space meant to them and the artists discussed their works with the students. The students then...

Alton College welcomed league leaders Barton Peveril last Wednesday, and after a disappointing performance away to Poole Grammar the week before, they needed a big performance. 

Barton arrived with 3 straight wins and without conceding a goal all season. This statistic quickly changed as striker Lewis Munt netted from close range to give Alton an early lead. 

The game...

The Alton College Foundation ceremony for second year students took place in the Wessex Arts Centre at Alton College recently.  The Alton College Foundation introduced the awards to celebrate students who had shown outstanding achievements within their subjects during their first year of study. 

Mr Trevor Heley, Managing Director of the Foundation, opened the Ceremony by...

On Thursday 3rd October the Philosophy, Religion and Ethics department were thrilled to welcome internationally renowned Philosopher and author, Dr Stephen Law.

Alton College students were joined by Religious Studies students from HSDC for an intensive session from Stephen Law. Discussing difficult Meta-Ethical and Language concepts from the nature of good to the meaningless vs....