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A Level Results Day

Brampton alumni talk to our students about university life

24th June 21

As part of this week’s busy programme of UCAS events, we welcomed back a group of past students who came to talk about all things ‘university’. Topics included how studying for A levels is different to a degree course, the...

A beautiful array of artwork at our students’ annual art exhibition

23rd June 21

This year’s Art and Photography students held their end of year exhibition yesterday evening, presenting the work they’ve been making over the course of the year. It was great to see the work outside of the art room and properly...

Ted Bundy Newspaper Article

Students present their Extended Project Qualification

2nd June 21

Students studying an EPQ are presenting their projects this week. The Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) is student-driven, giving them the freedom and responsibility to select a topic they are interested in, conduct a particular piece of research and make a presentation...

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Why we all need to get out into nature

19th May 21

This morning, Brampton College welcomed back Jo Roberts, CEO of the Wilderness Foundation. Brampton College has a long-standing relationship with the Foundation and has donated money via our Charitable Trust to some of its key projects, including The Forever Wild...

school children on geography trip to beach

Brampton’s Geographers get out and about!

13th May 21

First year A level Geographers have been fortunate to enjoy two field trips during such an unusual year. On Monday 12th October, they travelled to Walton-on-the-Naze by minibus to enjoy a day on the Essex coast. They were introduced to...

girl in pool with swimming medals

Cheering for our student who makes Forbes ’30 under 30′ list!

5th May 21

We are exceptionally proud of Gaurika Singh whose achievements in the pool have seen her enter the prestigious ‘Forbes 30 under 30 Asia’ list for 2021. She’s already an athlete of note having achieved the distinction of being the youngest...

People in protective clothing burning bodies in India

PLEASE JOIN US NOW in raising £20,000 for the emergency ‘Oxygen for India’ appeal

29th April 21

PLEASE JOIN US NOW in raising £20,000 for the emergency ‘Oxygen for India’ appeal  India’s deadly Covid-19 second wave has devastated big cities like Delhi and Mumbai, but the pandemic has now firmly gripped many smaller cities, towns and villages where the destruction is largely under-reported....

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,...

Covid Safe Classroom

Welcome back!

15th March 21

We’d like to thank all the staff for their invaluable support and help with the lateral flow testing of all our students last week. Our thanks also to the students, whose attitude to the testing was exceptional. There were no...

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...

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