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1 week ago

An integral part of studying Public Services at Alton College is to gain real life insight into different aspects of the Public Service Sector. Students recently took part in the Hampshire Constabulary Rural Crime Prevention Initiative, attended the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Parade and took Royal Navy Psychometric testing during a visit to campus. 

In December, students were...

3 weeks ago

Supporting and collaborating with local schools is a key part of College life. The 'Eggar's Experience' (Eggar's School's bespoke whole-school enrichment programme) came to campus this week for a dark-room photography session, while College staff visited the school to lead Stem and Code Club providing talks in the style of the Royal Institute lectures. 

To find out more about how...

More Able and Talented science students scooped top awards at the annual British Biology Olympiad competition and attended lectures and activities on neuroscience at University of Southampton recently. 

More than 7200 students from around the UK took part in the UK British Olympiad...

Alex Scarborough, previously at Freemantles School near Woking, will be representing Great Britain at the 11th Special Olympics World Winter Games in Schladming, Austria in March. He will compete in the Alpine Skiing category in both slalom and Super G. Alex has been skiing since the age of 10 when he went on a school trip and was instantly hooked. He trains once a week on the dry slope at...

4 weeks ago

Teams of Year 8 and 9s from Eggar's School and Amery Hill School worked with A level students to compete in the launch of the Junior Team Maths Challenge, designed to stretch more able students, this month.

The launch follows the success of the Maths Department's already extensive range of challenges...