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With another year comes another opportunity for Alton College’s A-Level Geography students to enhance their fieldwork skills. This year’s trip to Rhyd-y-creuau, Snowdonia, Wales, allowed students the freedom to carry out their own investigations on physical and human environments. Both investigations involved the development of investigative hypotheses, data collection/presentation, and...

Children from local infant and junior schools have enjoyed learning samba music this week ahead of the Alton Community Festival tomorrow.

The College was loud and lively as the children played drums, tamborines and percussion instruments. They learnt what their instruments were called in Portugese and were ably helped by two Alton College music students. Thanks to the generous...

Over 120 Year 9 pupils from feeder schools have been inspired to aim for the country's top universities as part of our Gifted and Talented programme.

Pupils and their parents attended the event which began with a presentation by guest speaker Dr. Wilkins of the University of Oxford. The inspirational speech included top tips on how to make the most of...

Alton College student Kris Stokkereit impressed judges at the University of Cambridge and won second place in the Peterhouse Cambridge Kelvin essay competition.

Kris, from Liss and previously at Frensham Heights school, is studying Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics at Alton College. Earlier this year he entered the prestigious competition designed to offer students...

Performing Arts student Josie Smith has secured a part in West End Live this summer and will perform at the iconic setting of Trafalgar Square on 21st – 22nd June.

Josie will also be starring in college production Musicals through the Ages on Wednesday 18th June. Here you will be...