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Barton Peveril is a thriving sixth form college in central Hampshire. Over 4,300 full-time students choose to fulfil their academic potential here, flourishing in a supportive environment that also develops the broader range of skills required for successful progression to university or employment.

Located on the outskirts of Eastleigh, the college attracts high achieving students from Chandler’s Ford, Eastleigh, Southampton, Fair Oak, Hedge End, Fareham, Romsey and Winchester.

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OUR COURSES

One of the many benefits of studying at Barton Peveril College is our flexible approach to a wide range of subject choices. Just about any combination is possible.

OUR RESULTS

99%

A Level pass rate in 2021

  • A*-A 34%
  • A*-B 62%
  • A*-C 84%
  • A*-E 99%

For A Level Value Added that we are in the top 20% in the country as measured by ALPS

LATEST NEWS

Barton Peveril student, Ethan Ford, holding his design of the new Hampshire Hospitals Heart Centre logo. Barton Peveril Sixth Form College student, Ethan Ford, has had his graphic work selected to be the new Hampshire Hospitals Heart Centre logo, after winning Studio Four Architects’ graphics competition! Studio Four Architects opened …

Robbie Lee (left) and Leon Baker (right) Barton Peveril Sixth Form College students Leon Baker and Robbie Lee have collectively won seven medals across two competitions, representing Great Britain in Diving competitions in the United Kingdom and abroad. The students competed in the British Junior National Diving Championships between 13th …

Barton Peveril’s Women’s Hockey Team with Coach Katie Spooner and travelling support. Barton Peveril Sixth Form College’s Women’s Hockey Team are the Association of Colleges (AoC) National Hockey Champions! The Women’s Hockey Team were victorious in the final of the national competition, beating Richard Huish College 1-0 in Birmingham on …