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Royal Academy of Arts Life Drawing Class

On Thursday February 7th, A level Art students had the opportunity to take part in a day-long life drawing workshop, led by an artist and model from the Royal Academy of Arts. As the model held various different poses, the...

Proactive Parenting talk by Mandy Saligari

 Monday 4th February, 6.30 – 8.00pm Mandy is a parenting, relationship and addiction expert, and the founder and clinical director of Charter, Harley Street. She is also a regular contributor to press and television. To give you an idea of...

Interim Art & Photography Show 2019

We are delighted to announce Brampton’s Art and Photography Interim A level Show, at 5th Base Gallery in Brick Lane. After last year’s huge success, we are again showcasing an off-site art exhibition, and we are especially excited for the...

Sociology students hear from the professionals

On Monday December 10th, all Sociology students attended the ‘Sociology in Action’ conference which was held in central London and designed to broaden A level sociology students’ general and subject knowledge. For me personally it did so much more. There...

Google for Education

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Last week, with the help of Kirri, who leads Google for Education London, AS students demonstrated to Brampton teachers why they love using Google Classroom. Kelly explains why it is such a powerful tool for education. Hi! I’m Kelly and...

Bebras Challenge

Computer Science students took part in the 2017 Bebras challenge from Monday 6th to Friday 10th November. The international competition, which spans 40 countries, debuted in the UK in 2013 and is open to all students aged 6-18. It promotes...

Wellbeing Programme- Ian Williamson

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The College was delighted to host Ian Williamson for our first in a series of talks as part of our Wellbeing Programme for parents here at Brampton. Ian is a Child and Adolescent Analyst and is an occasional lecturer in...

Ethnicity and Crime Talk

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Naomi Ebanks, who is a former student of our teacher here at Brampton, visited our A2 Sociology class to deliver a talk on ethnicity and crime. Naomi is an experienced anti-knife campaigner, and so is deeply familiar with this topic....