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35 weeks ago

A level Geography students recently ventured on a field-trip to Snowdonia as part of their course work. Isobel Brodie, previously at Robert May’s School, shared her experience with us. 

'After a very early wake up call, we embarked on our journey to Rhyd-y-creuau in Snowdonia, North Wales. Along the drive we were introduced to the scenic views of rolling Welsh hills which we soon...

Pupils from Mill Chase Academy and Bordon Junior School finished top in the fourth annual Alton College Team Maths Challenge recently. They were competing against pupils from local secondary and primary schools in an afternoon of complex individual and team rounds set by College Maths staff covering a broad range of mathematical skills. 

Teams from Alton Convent, Amery Hill (2...

36 weeks ago

Amery Hill and Eggar’s Schools’ pupils took part in ‘A play in a day’, (based on Jane Austen’s Emma) part of the town’s Regency Week celebrations on campus recently. 

The Director, author and play-write Wendy Reynolds devised the plan with Nicola Kingsley, Curriculum Manager for English at Alton College, and with the help of the...

Homestay Families Wanted! 

We're looking for families for our international students:

- Do you have a spare room in your home?

- Do you live within 30 minutes of Alton College by public transport?

- Could you offer one of our International Students a home-from-home experience?

For more details visit...

Year 10 pupils from Eggar’s School visited College for exciting vocational subject taster sessions recently. The group experienced hands on activities in Engineering, in the state-of-the-art Sonardyne Centre, and Public Services.

There was also the opportunity for students to have a tour round the media centre and visit the Health and Social Care department.

The pupils visited...