News Archive

6 years ago

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.”

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Members of our local community cross examined some leading politicians on Friday night when Radio 4s ‘Any Questions?’ came to Alton College. What the audience hadn’t quite anticipated was the take over of the programme by one of our students as part of the Children's Commissioner for England's Youth Takeover day which happened to coincide with the day of the radio broadcast.

Jonathan...

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...

Ken Burton had the workshop buzzing within minutes of starting and had everyone singing gospel before the session was done. The evening concert was a happy event combining both traditional and contemporary gospel songs. The Chorales' uplifting songs and perfect harmony made every song a pleasure. They delievered an outstanding event which was received with a standing ovation and raptious...

7 years ago

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,...