Ashbourne College Facilities

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Ashbourne is superbly located nearby Kensington Palace and Hyde Park. It benefits from this beautiful setting as well as the close proximity to such cultural sites as the Royal Albert Hall and the Victoria and Albert Museum. 

Ashbourne comprises three premises within easy walking distance of each other; the main building of which is situated at Old Court Place. Ashbourne’s year 11 students and Art Faculty are housed at the Young Street building and our premises at 47 Kensington Court are dedicated to the performing arts. The college is fully equipped for all A level subjects and includes modern science laboratories, music practice space, industry standard multimedia recording and editing facilities for film, creative publishing, graphic design and computer animation, extensive art facilities including for silk-screen printing, ceramics and dark room photography and the latest audio-visual equipment in each classroom for online distance learning provision. We also provide wireless internet access throughout the college as well as an extensive range of onsite learning resources.

Why Choose Ashbourne College?
StudentsParentsTeachers
During my three-year ride as an Asher, new doors opened up for me to a new world in which I found my true passion. It is encouraging independent learning while providing students with sufficient support when needed, along with its active, lively and friendly atmosphere that give Ashbourne its uniqueness. The location is great and adds to the liveliness of the atmosphere. As far as academia is concerned, the necessary platform for success in most subject areas one might be interested in is provided. The rest is up to the individual
DanialMedicine at UCL
Gained responsibility and independence and has a mature approach to their studies
Ashbourne is a wonderful place to teach and an even better place to study. The staff treat the students as adults and the mutual respect results in a relaxed university approach to study. Teaching classes that only have a max of 10 allows for individual tuition and greater differentiation within the groups helping the students grow in confidence and develop a love for their subjects. I really like the fact that students are encouraged to refer to their tutors by their first name and feel that this breaks down tutor/student boundaries and means that the students are confident in asking for help. Brilliant students, brilliant tutors, great place to work
Rachel TeasdaleFormer Head of GCSE and Biology Teacher
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