News Archive

18 weeks ago

Our next Open Evening takes place on Tuesday 8 November 6-9pm. Visit us and speak to our specialist and experienced staff who can advise you on the best study programmes to suit you and explain how our unique personal support will help you to succeed every step of the way. Meet our amazing students too.

There's advice on More Able and Talented Programme in the Student Hub, much more in...

19 weeks ago

The University of Cambridge visited campus for a series of one-to-one practice interviews and lectures as part of the College's More Able and Talented Programme  which specifically focuses on supporting students to 'Apply for Oxbridge and Russell Group Universities'. 

Lecturers and students from Trinity College, Cambridge provided the sessions to fewer than 10 Colleges in...

20 weeks ago

Honor Ramsdale, previously at Weydon School, was chosen from hundreds of students who attended 'WelcomeFest' - our unique welcome event dedicated to our next lower sixth cohort and held annually in July - to receive an iPad mini. Everyone who attended the event was automatically entered into the draw. Honor who is studying A level Music, English Literature, Drama and BTEC Level 3 Certificate...

21 weeks ago

This year Alton College students will benefit from two new minibuses provided by generous donations from The Grace Atkinson Trust earlier this year and more recently the Variety Club. 

The College welcomes a diverse range of post-16 year old learners from over 80 different schools across four counties offering a range of courses from A Levels, BTECs/CTECs, and Foundation Degrees to...

Former Alton College student David Smith has won boccia gold at the Paralympics in Rio. Having won team gold in Beijing in 2008 and both individual silver and team bronze in London 2012, individual gold in Rio completes the set.

David, previously at Treloar College, was born with cerebral palsy and was introduced to the game of boccia at the age of six. He was world champion by the time...