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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,...


Muay Thai Student

My passion for Muay Thai and why more girls should practise it

11th March 21

A year ago today, I not only didn’t know about Covid-19, but I also didn’t know what Muay Thai was. That was until I looked up types of karate on Google last September. I used to practise kickboxing when I was much...


Tree hugger

Why COVID-19 is a huge wake up call

5th March 21

There is no doubt that COVID-19 has affected every aspect of our world. The pandemic has led to a dramatic loss of human life worldwide, an unprecedented challenge to public health, food systems and the world of work as well...


Virtual Learning

How Brampton’s Young Enterprise is innovating life in lockdown

4th March 21

Succeeding in the Young Enterprise competition is determined by the originality of the business. This has been our main objective all along: to come up with a unique idea and win the grand ‘Company of the Year’ award in the...


President of the United States, Joe Biden

“I pledge to be a president who seeks not to divide, but to unify.” A student’s thoughts on Biden’s journey to presidency

8th February 21

Joe Biden has been elected 46th president of the United States after four years of Donald Trump’s problematic presidency. Biden won the presidency after a long-lasting vote count of Pennsylvania giving him 20 votes. Biden gave a victory speech in...


Facetiming

Remaining positive in our third national lockdown

15th January 21

Almost a year on from the announcement of the first lockdown, it’s clear that all of our lives have changed exponentially. Families have been deeply affected by the virus itself, we’ve had to adapt to a new way of living,...


Acts of Kindness

How small acts of kindness can make a huge difference

18th December 20

A key scene in the teenage film ‘Mean Girls’ is when Damien walks in dressed up as Santa and gives out candy canes. Glen Coco receives up to 4 candy canes , hence the famous line line ‘ Four for Glen...


Volunteering

Volunteering from the comfort of your own home

9th December 20

Little do people know that much of the developing world is actually unmapped. Many remote areas which are in need of humanitarian aid are not on any official map, but rather are only visible from aerial satellite imagery which fails...


Police Car

My ride along!

22nd October 20

Normally when one says they were in a police car for around 8 hours, you would think they would have been arrested for some sort of crime. I had not committed any offence (as of yet) but was in a...




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