From L to R, back row - Daisy Gates, Amelia Rich, Mrs Cowle, Sophia Alexander, Rose Fitzgerald Front row - Jess Rendall, Saskia Collins, Alessia Pearson, Francesca Wheatley.
After qualifying back in November at the ISA Regional ... read more »
Large ensembles, instrumental soloists and choral ensembles transformed the Welsford Hall into a hub of musical activity.
After a spirited performance from the Senior Orchestra, our string quartet charmed with classical elegance followed by Boogie Woogie for two double basses and two cellos ... read more »
The Prep School showcased an impressive range of instrumental and vocal music at the Open Day and Carnival on a cold but sunny day in April. The orchestra performed a programme with a light-classic feel: the waltz, gentle rock and fuller sounding swing pieces were all played with rhythmic bite ... read more »
Millie Ward and Charlotte Netherway from Year 10 and Jess Stevenson From Year 11 took part in the biggest event yet in Hampshire's musical calendar on 23rd April.
They were 3 of over 1700 invited musicians aged between 7 and ... read more »
Year 5 had a great day at the Farnham Museum last Thursday where our day started with an hour in a Victorian schoolroom. Under the strict guidance of their teacher Mrs Prison and the school’s very severe inspector Mr Killjoy, the children ... read more »
On the 21st and 22nd of April, Aggie Waldron and her horse Rolo, travelled to Bury Farm to represent Hampshire county in the national schools show jumping championships.
Aggie has previously won her place to represent Hampshire as an individual, at Moreton Equestrian ... read more »
Congratulations to Jessica Stephenson, who participated in the Basingstoke Music and Arts Festival on April 29th and was awarded first place (Distinction) in not one but two harp categories. This is a fantastic achievement and we are very proud of her. Jessica ... read more »
The last day of the Spring Term saw our U11 Boy’s compete at the ISA Nationals 5-a-side Football Tournament at Dixy’s Grammar School in Leicestershire. After qualifying through a competitive regional tournament back in February, the boys now faced the best Independent ... read more »
To celebrate Alton School’s 80th anniversary this year, we knew we had to come up with something extraordinary – and we did! Over the past six months we have been planning and rehearsing endless hours and it has been a wonderful experience ... read more »