sixth-form

upReach Social Mobility Awards

Second year student Holly Denton was recently nominated and shortlisted for one of the upReach Student Social Mobility Awards. upReach is a charity which helps disadvantaged students from across the UK to realise their potential. The awards are organised to showcase the incredible achievements of undergraduates from lower socio-economic backgrounds from across the UK 

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Second year student Holly Denton was recently nominated and shortlisted for one of the upReach Student Social Mobility Awards. upReach is a charity which helps disadvantaged students from across the UK to realise their potential.

Christmas Concert

Alton College Music Department will hold their Christmas concert in St Lawrence's Church, Alton on Wednesday 11 December at 7:30pm. It is free with a retiring collection.

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Alton College Music Department will hold their Christmas concert in St Lawrence's Church, Alton on Wednesday 11 December at 7:30pm. It is free with a retiring collection. The concert will showcase some of the college ensembles as well as solo items from students alongside carols involving audience participation.

Multiple Maths Successes

Congratulations to all the Maths students who took part in this year’s Senior Maths Challenge, some fantastic results to celebrate. Out of 104 Alton College participants, students achieved 16 Golds, 29 Silvers and 33 Bronzes.

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Congratulations to all the Maths students who took part in this year’s Senior Maths Challenge, some fantastic results to celebrate. Out of 104 Alton College participants, students achieved 16 Golds, 29 Silvers and 33 Bronzes.

Little Shop of Horrors

Performing Arts students present "Little Shop of Horrors" in December. Tickets are available from the online store. Come along and support our wonderfully talented students.

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Performing Arts students present "Little Shop of Horrors" in December. Tickets are available from the online store. Come along and support our wonderfully talented students.

Performances take place on 11th and 12th December 7pm in the Wessex Arts Theatre. tickets £12, concessions £10

Should voting be compulsory?

The Alton College debating team recently participated in the regional round of the English Speaking Union debating competition discussing the motion "this house would make voting compulsory."

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The Alton College debating team, consisting of Jack Jillings, Catherine Goldie and Helena Dolan, recently participated in the regional round of the English Speaking Union debating competition at Guildford High School.

Debating against private girls school St Catherine's, Bramley, the motion being debated "this house would make voting compulsory."

Excellence in Geography

Second year Geography student, Alex Teeuw was recently presented with the 2019 Steve Millar Award for Excellence in Geography. The award is given to the student who achieves the highest grade in their Geography exam at the end of their first year

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Second year Geography student, Alex Teeuw was recently presented with the 2019 Steve Millar Award for Excellence in Geography. The award is given to the student who achieves the highest grade in their Geography exam at the end of their first year and who is also progressing on to study A2 Geography.

Applications now OPEN!

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Applications are now open.

The advisory deadline for student applications is 16 December 2019. 

Please make your application online via our HSDC website here: Apply for September 2020

Music for Trees

Alton College Music alumna Ellen Drewe was recently on BBC Breakfast TV talking about one of her latest composition projects, music for the app “Music for Trees” in association with The Royal Parks. 

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Alton College Music alumna Ellen Drewe was recently on BBC Breakfast TV talking about one of her latest composition projects, music for the app “Music for Trees” in association with The Royal Parks.

Safe Spaces

Students on the Expressions Programme visited the Safe Spaces Art Exhibition at Chichester Cathedral recently as part of their work towards their Discover and Explore Arts Award. 

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Students on the Expressions Programme visited the Safe Spaces Art Exhibition at Chichester Cathedral recently as part of their work towards their Discover and Explore Arts Award. They learnt about the cathedral and why some artists see it as a "safe place". They then discussed  what a safe space meant to them and the artists discussed their works with the students.

 

 

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