DajanaMaths, Further Maths, Economics
I achieved A* in all subjects including full marks in the Economics papers. I even got a prize from the exam board!"
Facilities and Resources
The College is housed in large modern premises in the centre of Notting Hill, immediately next to Notting Hill Gate underground station. Classrooms are bright and airy, with up-to-date technology. Immediately outside are many places where students can shop and there is an excellent bookshop nearby. A level, GCSE, English as a Foreign Language and IT courses are located in David Game House, and the University Foundation Programme (UFP) is taught in United House, opposite the David Game building.
Library and Study Room
The library provides students with a place to work in a quiet and comfortable environment and contains reference books, past examination papers, university prospectuses and the internet. Computers provide access to interactive study aids for GCSE Sciences and Mathematics. Information on degree courses, universities and careers is available for students in the Director of Studies’ office.
IT and Multimedia
The College provides extensive IT access for all students, with five fully equipped computer laboratories and over fifty computers. A Wi-Fi network enables students to use the internet via their own laptops, iPads and mobile phones.
The College has Chemistry, Biology and Physics laboratories, fully equipped for practical work and for additional exploratory work, with state-of-the-art sensory electronic equipment, and updated facilities for DNA analysis.
The College has a well-resourced Art Room as well as ICT facilities and Photoshop software. Foundation students enjoy the use of a large, spacious and bright Art Room in United House.
The College has many original paintings on display in its corridors and classrooms, several of which are the work of the art teacher.
Photography is taught using a suite of Mac computers, a darkroom and a photographic studio for shooting portraits and still-life, complete with new studio flash and tungsten lights and three professional backgrounds.
In addition to GCSE and A level Photography, the College runs separate digital Photography courses running from one day to eight weeks, which are open to all.
Common Room and Canteen
The canteen in David Game House provides facilities for students to eat their own snacks or to buy hot and cold drinks. It also offers a place for students to relax, meet friends and to watch Sky News and BBC News. In addition, the College is well located for the many vibrant cafés and restaurants in Notting Hill Gate.