Student Subjects: History

Esther Langmead

“The lessons are very interesting and engaging as the teachers are passionate about their subjects which can be seen through their teaching.”

Alana Collett

“Barton has a range of societies which are very individual and fascinating in their own ways. All societies are welcoming and open to everyone giving you the chance to make friends with people who have the same interests”

Veni Angelova

“I really enjoy my lessons, I also enjoy the freedom I get in college and being treated like a young adult instead of a child.”

Bryony Gray

“The Careers Team at Barton have been very supportive in helping me write my personal statement and talk me through the UCAS application process.”

Jess Smith

“I love the amount of opportunities I have been given since I have been here and how I can actually study subjects I am really interested in.”

Emily Haines-Furse

“My favourite aspect of the college is the way the teachers are not only fantastic in their teaching ability but are committed to being likeable and will often take time out of their day to be your friend as well as your teacher.”

Matilda Lambert

“I really liked the feel of the college that I got from the open evenings, all the students seemed really friendly and the staff seemed passionate about their subjects.”

Poppy Shorland

“I love the people in my classes as they all have such a passion about what they do which creates a really nice atmosphere to learn.”

Lilly Mizen

“My favourite thing about being a Barton Peveril student is the friendly atmosphere and there are chances to learn the way that suits you best.”

Amelia Treasure

“The community and friendliness of everyone, the approachability of the teachers, and hardworking but fun atmosphere is great at College.”

Hannah Devenish

“The friendly and down-to-earth atmosphere of the college that I got from the Open Day, made me feel that it would be a place that I could excel in my studies.”

Izzy Thomas

“The support and encouragement students get at College is great!”

George Balmont

“The support the college has given me when appling to conservatoires has been amazing.”

Ella Shaw

“Barton Peveril is an extremely accommodating college. I always feel completely supported with any doubt or worry I may have – whether it’s college related or not.”

Maximillian Lucas

“At Open Evenings, the College campus stood out as one of the most university-like amongst my prospective colleges. The availability of Japanese, and the praise that my secondary school Drama teacher gave the Performing Arts department also influenced my decision.”

Rowan Browning

“Studying at Barton Peveril has helped improve my organisation and time management skills, and the support I’ve received is second to none.”

Elizabeth Bridges

“When I went to the Open Evenings the current students were really engaging and left me wanting to know more about the new content I may get taught. “

Hannah Preston

“Barton Peveril is very welcoming and supportive and the teachers do their best to help you improve as a student and an individual. I love how each teacher treats their students with respect and trust as it helps me to remember why I enjoy learning!”

Rosie Van Kuijk

“I would recommend Barton Peveril because of its support services, it’s campus facilities for each subject, it’s well planned lessons and for the chance to make new friends.”

Myah Ojla

“The atmosphere is friendly, the lessons are intensive yet enjoyable, there are many enrichments to participate in, there are lots of opportunities to go on trips, and there is helpful support available with the careers service.”

Sasha Jambaya

“By making my subjects livelier, my teachers have helped me to grasp new concepts easier.”

Charlotte Falconer

“The careers advice at Barton Peveril is exceptional, with constant support and advice available regarding Higher Education, apprenticeships, jobs, and everything else beyond College life.”

Megan Vernon

“I am hoping to study history at University after College; coming to Barton has really helped me make this decision. After I left Secondary School I had no idea what I wanted to do in the future, but there have been so many opportunities to find out more about universities and other future options.”

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