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Four Year 10 pupils from Eggar’s School won the inaugural Above and Beyond Competition at Alton College with their very likeable presentation on Social Media: The Good and The Bad.

Camilla Coulston, Lucy Tate, Anna Foster and Eleanor Lane debated the pros and cons of using social media by engaging the audience and using real-life examples.

The competition, the first of...

It's been another successful year for Oxbridge offers at Alton College. Talented Alton College students have received offers from both Oxford and Cambridge while hundreds are also receiving offers from many other UK universities including the prestigious Russell Group universities.

Hatty Cooper, previously at Amery Hill School, was delighted to accept an offer from Cambridge to study...

We take the lead over local colleges for the highest average point score per exam entry in Government figures released last week.

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A study into Aerographite, one of the lightest materials on earth has won Rachael Murtagh a coveted place in the final of ‘Talent 2030’, the National Schools Engineering Competition for Girls.

She will also present the project at the Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Fair at the NEC Birmingham in March.

Alton College Ambassador and Head of Engineering at Gatwick Airport...

Alton College has enjoyed a record-breaking year as a third of the town’s sports awards were scooped up by current and former students.

PE teacher Dean Gillatt and students Brad Taylor, Joe Truman, Will Edwards and Sophie Hales all received awards for their sporting talent and commitment. Paul Johnson, who finished his A levels last summer, picked up the Senior Sportsman award.

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