Excited to launch JSoc

14th November 19

For Brampton’s first JSoc (Jewish Society), guest speaker Bradley Langer addressed students questions and concerns towards Jewish societies in university. Mr Langer was president of the Jewish Society in his university and represented his Student union. Now he helps organise...


Inspired by Chemists working at the cutting edge of their specialisms

12th November 19

On Tuesday I visited the Savoy Hotel as part of a trip conducted by the Brampton College Chemistry Department. The event, Science Live for A levels, took place in the Hotel’s auditorium where my fellow peers and I had the...


Our day in the outdoor classroom

5th November 19

On Tuesday 8th October we departed early for Walton-on-the-Naze in Essex where we conducted Geography fieldwork. We were blessed with sunshine, and appreciated using technical equipment to measure the beach profile. We split into groups and used additional methods to...


Brampton College supports the Anthony Nolan Trust

5th November 19

This year, Brampton College’s Charity Committee has decided to raise money for the Anthony Nolan trust. Anthony Nolan is a UK charity which works in the area of leukaemia and hematopoietic stem cell transplantations. The charity conducts world-class research in...


From risk to resilience

16th October 19

Around 1.25 million people in the UK are suffering from eating disorders. 1.25 million. And, while the deterioration of the stigma surrounding mental health has led it to become less of a taboo subject, the numbers still seem to be...


Elisheva on her artwork

14th December 18

“For the project titled ‘Space’, I have chosen to look at repeated structures and reduce them down to their basic lines. I came about this idea after comparing the aesthetics of prisons to new housing developments – both prioritise space...


Brampton’s charity 2018/2019

12th December 18

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice is a community-based hospice service providing support for children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families in North and Central London and Hertsmere. Their mission is to provide care and support for...


What’s its like to be dyslexic and the unexpected perks of my dyslexia

23rd November 18

When most people think of dyslexia, they think of seeing letters backwards or words jumbled up (like seeing ‘d’ as ‘b’). Or what comes to mind is that exhausted joke about a dyslexic walking into a bra, which I am...


Girls in STEM

23rd November 18

We don’t tend to question how we can speak in to a little metal box on one side of the world and be heard through another little metal box on the other side of the world. We don’t ponder why...


Mental illness: what really is it?

18th November 18

Maybe you associate mental illness with words like psycho or crazy. Maybe it makes you feel uneasy or awkward, or even frightened. Some of you may never have thought about it before today while I’m sure some of you are...



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