We have been helping students achieve their academic aims for nearly 30 years. We are the highest achieving sixth form college in London, providing a rigorous academic programme for young adults within an informal and friendly learning environment.
Making the right choice of subjects is critical, and at Brampton we offer a range of GCSE and A level courses and the guidance and flexibility to meet the needs of each of our students.
Being at sixth form is a crucial development period for young people, in both an intellectual and personal sense. This is why we offer an extensive programme of individual support, mentoring and enrichment activities to build students’ confidence and prepare them for their next steps.
The teachers at Brampton College are highly qualified sixth form specialists, well-practised in preparing young people for their A level examinations and happy to provide personal guidance along the way. Many of the teachers have experience of examining.
Teaching occurs in small groups at Brampton College. The average class size is seven, with a maximum of nine. This allows tutors to focus attention on each individual student, so that they all receive the support that they deserve.
Brampton College is situated on an attractive purpose-built site with outstanding amenities. We have a total of four laboratories (all of which have been refurbished in the past two years), a beautiful art studio, excellent computer facilities, a large supervised library, a GCSE suite, a student common room and other invaluable student break-out or study areas.
Here at Brampton College, we are incredibly proud of our long-running history of outstanding results. Brampton College came 3rd nationally in the Department for Education (DfE) performance table of independent sixth form colleges (published January 2020) and has come top of all sixth form colleges in London for the last 19 years*. In 2020 the DfE also placed the College in the top 2% of schools and colleges in the country and 5th in London*, for the A level Progress Score, which measures how much progress students have made from GCSE to A level – an exceptional achievement.
In 2019, 46% of A level students at Brampton received an A*/A grade, compared with the 25% national average. Furthermore, in 2019, 62% of our students were placed at their first choice university, predominantly Russell Group.
Our 2019 GCSE results have also been impressive, with 21.0% top grade of 9 (worth more than the previous A* grade) – compared to the national average of 4.5%. We also achieved 60.1% 9-7 grades (A*/A) (compared to national average of 20.7%).
* excluding small tutorial colleges with less than 40 students
The College was inspected by Ofsted in February 2009. Both quality of education overall and the quality of teaching and assessment were judged to be “outstanding”. This judgement of the College was confirmed in our latest integrated inspection by ISI in January 2012, where academic and other student achievements, their personal development and the governance of the College were all judged to be excellent. The report commented,
The College is highly successful in achieving its aims of fostering high academic outcomes and at the same time boosting students’ capacity for vigorous independent academic effort and personal organisation.
The report also said,
Teaching is excellent… The contribution of the teaching drives the students’ excellent achievement and exceptional academic progress.
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