The excitement is building steadily for this year’s show as rehearsals take place! Tickets are on sale NOW for just £10, so make sure you get yours while you still can! How to buy tickets Tickets for the Ashbourne Revue are available via Stephanie, who can be found in Old Court Place academic area. You can also reach Steph by sending her an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or via text on 07871 246 517. How to pay You can pay in advance using card, cheque and bank transfer. Payments via credit card incur a 3% charge for payments over £50. Payments via debit card Continue Reading →
Ashbourne A level college in London has always nurtured some of the brightest talent, and this past academic year has been no exception! After months of hard work and planning, this year’s even was a massive success! A huge congratulations to everyone who scooped an award at the End of Year Awards last month! See below for winners and pictures!
For those studying at an A level college in London, it is important to make sure that guidance is given when it comes to the university applications process. The UCAS day in June is the perfect opportunity for year 12 students to gain access to information that will help them make some of their most important decisions. When Our UCAS day will take place on Friday 12th of June. It will start promptly at 10am, so students should aim to arrive between 9.30 and 9.45. The day is expected to end at about 4pm. Where It will take place at Continue Reading →
Don’t miss your chance to see our amazing student artwork exhibition on Friday 20th – Sunday 22nd March at the Troubadour Cafe Gallery, 265 Old Brompton Road, Earls Court, London SW5 9JA Here are some of the pieces that will be part of the exhibition, with a few words from the student about what inspired them. Anastasia The choice of a diptych format with horizontal emphasis could be explained by the desire to recall lifting cranes and chimneys viewed from the window in the mind of the viewer. The composition is abstracted but certain techniques, such as decalcomania, collage, and Continue Reading →
Interested in Critical Theory? Don’t miss the seminar being held this Tuesday lunchtime (1-2) in OMED, continuing next Tuesday. They will be discussing Prokofiev’s Peter and The Wolf, Deleuze and Guattari’s Refrain, territories and marking them and why we and Pip from Great Expectations are the same as a musical duck and why Miss Haversham and Wesley (or James…) are just like lions.
Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to see artwork by our very own Lawrence Quigley as part of a breathtaking exhibition at Whittington Fine Art. Part of a two man show, Lawrie will be showing his work alongside fellow leading British artist Edward Beale. Where: Whittington Fine Art Gallery in Henley-on-Thames, 26-28 Hart Street, Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire. RG9 2AU When: Until Saturday 14th March
Last weekend saw Ashbourne College go up against A level colleges from London and beyond in the CIFE Inter-college Quiz Challenge. We are please to say that we came third against teams from Bath Academy, Bosworth College, Carfax College, CCSS, Collingham College, CTC, MPW Birmingham and MPW London! We entered the competition with a person down, which resulted in a team of 3 (most other teams had 4-5 members), so to come third is even more impressive!
One of the best things about studying at an A level college in London is the fact that you have the opportunity to come into contact with many different cultures. Here at Ashbourne College, we absolutely love that we have created an environment that attracts students from all around the world. But once international students finish university, the UK government will soon have legislation in place stating that any work visas they wish to apply for must be done from their home countries. International students bring in an estimated £7 billion each year, which helps the UK economy substantially. So Continue Reading →
The Ashbourne Allstars beat Lansdowne College last night in a top of the table clash. This is how the game played out… Managers Fabio and Steve decided to go with a 2-1-3-1 formation, with Stephan in goal, 2 defenders of Calum and Bozidar, Defensive midfielder Ali, a 3 man midfield of Limbani, Michael and Suhail and our lone striker Djordje. The Allstars came into this big game, having lost to MPW in the last match before half term. The Allstars didn’t start the game too well and for the first 15 minutes, didn’t really create any chances in a very Continue Reading →
If you’re an A level college student thinking about attending medical school, your options have just become a little more interesting…. The first private medical school in the UK has been opened by Buckingham University, and they have had an overwhelming response from prospective candidates so far. The following article looks at what could turn out to be an amazing asset to the landscape of medicine: Are private medical schools the way forward for A level or sixth form college students in London?