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A Level Results Day

The American Feminist wave behind ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

11th January 22

Last term, A level English Literature students were privileged enough to receive a talk from Sociology teacher Nicole, on the feminist rights movements of the 1960s to 1980s. The vast knowledge which she imparted to us was invaluable in our...

Could it really come without ribbons, tags, packages, boxes and bags?

5th January 22

These shorter winter days of the Christmas season have sped by, leaving a wave of left-overs, empty champagne bottles and, of course, unwanted gifts. We all know that Christmas has become a predominantly commercial holiday, but I’ve come to realise...

New equipment arrives in Nepal school supported by the Brampton Charitable Trust!

24th November 21

The Brampton Charitable Trust has supported Chance for Nepal since Bernard’s visit to Nepal in 2018. They are a small but wonderful charity doing very valuable work in Nepal. The charity is run by the immensely enthusiastic Barbara Datson, and...

Stop the Spread (of Stigma)

10th November 21

On November 2nd, 2021, the American Food and Drug Administration (F.D.A.) announced that they were planning to commence human trials for a treatment, and potential cure, for HIV, which they have considered to be “groundbreaking”. The reason for this description,...

Does everyone need an opinion?

4th November 21

I don’t take politics as an A level and I don’t really discuss politics with anyone, especially not with my friends. This is because of how I was raised, I was raised to believe that your opinion only gains validity...

Students attending a freshers fair

Brampton’s Buzzing Freshers’ Fair!

9th September 21

This afternoon saw the college’s first Freshers’ Fair take place, where new students were introduced to the wide range of extra and co-curricular activities that the college has on offer this year. Lots of first year students attended where they...

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It’s not too late to change schools….

8th September 21

Student, Maddy Deal moved from her old school to join Brampton College, with absolutely no regrets. She’s just left with A*A*A and is starting Medical Bioscience at Imperial College London. We wish her all the best! “I came from a...

Previous Brampton College students talking about how university is treating them

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...

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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...

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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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