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Women's rights protest

“Not All Men”, But All Women

17th October 21

Have you ever felt your heart beat so violently that a faint taste of blood fills your mouth, simply because you notice a stranger walking the same route? Have you ever plugged your ears with headphones but felt too afraid...


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Teachers at Brampton “have really ignited my love for my subjects”

8th September 21

Victoria Caplin, student, who achieved A*A*A* and a place at the University of Birmingham to read Biomedical Science, tells us why she’s thankful to Brampton…. I moved to Brampton as I felt I was underachieving at my previous school despite...


An assortment of medication

Antibiotic resistance – our student tells us all about it

26th August 21

Our student and budding physician, Zarlashta, has been busy this summer writing a blog on antibiotic resistance in her Zed Writes publication. Please take a read here, Zed Writes Issue 2 August 21


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Our Brampton student, an Olympic swimmer: ‘The support and understanding Brampton has provided me is invaluable’

16th June 21

My name is Gaurika Singh and I am a final year A level student at Brampton College. I will be going to Tufts University in Boston, USA, come this autumn to pursue my further education. I am an international swimmer...


Holocaust survivor photos

Holocaust survivor’s talk: A stark reminder that we need to guard against prejudice and discrimination

9th June 21

On Friday 28th May students at Brampton College were extremely privileged to hear a Holocaust survivor, John Dobai, talk about his experiences during WW2. John was born in 1934 in Budapest, Hungary. In his youth, John’s parents decided to keep...


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Introducing ‘Zed Writes’…

18th May 21

Hi, I’m Zarlashta and an A level student at Brampton College. I’m passionate about learning all there is about Medicine and I’m channelling my energy into writing a monthly blog, Zed Writes. A career in the healthcare industry has always been at...


sculpture of a figure on floor made of material

Capturing a moment of tension…

12th May 21

My Sculptures are made from plaster, fabric and resin. They were made to be seen in an exhibition space where the viewer could observe them from all perspectives. I am interested in how sculptural materials can get close to representing a...


sign on tree with message: girls should feel safe at school

The Immediate Need for Change within Society and Schools

12th April 21

The past month has been tumultuous to say the least. But rightly so; the activism and uproar sparked by the horrific death of Sarah Everard has brought the necessary conversation of women’s rights, safety and equality to the forefront again....


Sociology at Brampton

My thoughts on grade assessments

3rd April 21

Out of the crypts of the grey halls of Whitehall emerges a thin figured suited man, with an aroma of black coffee following him. He sits on his wooden desk clasping his ballpoint pen, whilst noting upon a string of...


Water Aid poster

Sponsor student who’s running for Water Aid!

29th March 21

The Brampton College Charitable Trust has supported the charity, Water Aid, for many years now. When they recently talked to our students over Zoom about some of their projects, one of our students was spurred into action to help. Here,...



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