On Thursday 11 October our students took part in a very engaging and fun Extended Learning Day with a wide range of activities on show.
Year 7 undertook the ‘Soap Box challenge’ where they had to design, manufacture and market a soap product. They thoroughly enjoyed the day and their final prototypes were amazing! The activities enabled them to enhance their communication, organisation and teamwork skills, which are invaluable skills within the school environment.
Our Year 8 were engrossed in an environmental challenge, engaging in ECO warrior activities on site and a walk to local area to litter tally.
Our Year 9 developed their Life Skills through a carousel of activities, which included boxing sessions, tent making with the PE department, a talk about personal hygiene from Mr Slade for the boys and a talk about domestic violence from the Women and Girls Network for the girls.
Our year 10 students took part in the Stock Market Challenge, whilst our Year 11 students were learning about revision strategies. Our Sixth Form underwent safeguarding training and began preparing their UCAS applications.
All students showed a lot of enthusiasm throughout the day and it was nice to see how engaged they were in learning new skills. Many thanks to all staff, particularly to Ms Edwards for organising such a successful day.
Many congratulations to our EAL TLL Srushti Panchal who was invited by Badminton England to participate in the European Masters Championship. The championship was held in Guadalajara in Spain from 24 to 30 September. Continue reading
Our Year 7 EAL Induction Parents’ Information & Celebration Evening was held on 3 October at our new school on Ealing Road. Continue reading
At the beginning of September our art student Prakruti Pindolia had the great honour to present her work to HRH Prince Charles at Royal Albert Hall, together with her teacher Andria Zafirakou. Continue reading
Yesterday we were delighted to host more than 400 people at Alperton Community School for our annual Open Evening event. Our prospective students and parents found the experience extremely useful and informative. Continue reading
On Thursday 13 September, Alperton celebrated another successful year of excellent GCSE and A Level results. Our students have made outstanding progress, with results well above the national average. Many of our A Level students progress further to study at prestigious Russell Group universities, such as Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial University College London (UCL), Warwick, the London School of Economics (LSE) and Kings College. Continue reading
Once again, Alperton Community School has produced an excellent set of results at GCSE. This year we have seen a surge in our attainment score which has improved by over 3 points in spite of the increased challenge of the new GCSEs. Continue reading
Alperton Community School students have again exceeded all expectations with a tremendous set of A Level results. With some results yet to come in, ACS students have been awarded 81 A* and A grades, with almost 50% of the examinations being awarded A*, A or B grades. As a result more than 40% of the A level cohort has been accepted onto top degree courses at prestigious Russell Group universities. Continue reading
Another load of maths textbooks and excercise books were dropped off to depot in Marlow. These books will be shipped to Sierra Leone and will make a small difference in the education mission of Build on Books. Continue reading
On Friday 13 July, the year 9 students of Alperton Community School had the privilege of meeting the Holocaust survivor Zigi Shipper. The 88 year old survivor delivered an emotional and inspiring talk, describing his dreadful experiences of the Ghetto and Auschwitz. Continue reading