On a scorching Saturday morning our expedition teams formed of three year 9 groups equipped with maps, compass, rucksacks and everything else but the kitchen sink met at Tring Station in Hertfordshire ready to set off on their pre-planned routes.
Our trip to Valencia this year was absolutely fantastic. Our students had a lot of fun and they really enjoyed the Spanish culture and weather.
This month, Leica Gallery Mayfair is hosting the Kintsugi Photography and Art Installation exhibition by Koo Stark, from 5 to 26 May 2017. The exhibition is a collection of Koo Stark’s photographs capturing moments of the artist’s fascinating life over the last three decades.
On Friday, 12th May we celebrated our inaugural Pastoral Awards Ceremony, which is a new, but very special event where we honour and congratulate students who have made an outstanding contribution to the school community. Student nominations were assessed on the way in which students have committed to our “4Rs” – Ready, Respectful, Responsible and Resilient.
On Wednesday, 26th April, three scientists from the Imperial College London delivered a fantastic hands-on workshop to our A-Level Chemistry students, entitled “Spectroscopy in a suitcase”. The workshop explored some of the most common analytical techniques used in the industry and scientific research.
This week, several Year 8 students received certificates from the London Metropolitan University, as a result of participating in a debate against many other schools.
Alperton Community School has been awarded the PiXL Membership Certificate for the academic year 2016-2017. Please see below a copy of the certificate.
Throughout the Spring Term and following the theme of ‘Respect’, the 6th form took part in the First Give programme. This involved the students identifying social issues in their area and engaging with local charities that address them.