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My plans to ace it on the tennis court and in my A level exams!

17th December 19

I started playing tennis in my home country, Serbia, when I was seven years old after switching from basketball, swimming and even ballet. Most of my peers were already playing for a couple of years and I found it hard...

On election day, my round-up of the talk given by Lib Dem candidate, Luciana Berger

12th December 19

On Tuesday 3rd December, both Luciana Berger and Maajid Nawaz were welcomed into Brampton College to discuss the pressing issues of growing anti-Semitism and racism as well as discussions on the outcome of the forthcoming general election. Luciana Berger is...

How audio research has influenced the way products are marketed

11th December 19

Music has been hypnotising us from as early as the 1770’s when the German physician, Franz Anton Mesmer used ‘Animal magnetism’ which is more commonly know as mesmerism. Mesmer determined that ‘animal magnetism’ was an invisible natural force possessed by...

Art and Photography students inspired in Venice

28th November 19

My favourite aspect of the 2019 art and photography Venice trip was making new friends. This trip was a good opportunity as it allowed me to make new relationships as I came from a different school. Although the gelato and...

Applying ‘chesed’ to our everyday lives

28th November 19

In this week’s Jsoc, guest speaker Rabbi Yitzy David addressed the idea of applying Torah learning to our everyday lives as teenagers, giving us inspiration and of course pizza. This focused on the idea of ‘Chesed’, loosely translated to kindness....

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...

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