On Friday our students and staff showed their support for the World Mental Health Day by wearing a green ribbon as a symbol of their solidarity with people who are experiencing emotional difficulties. (more…)
Founded nearly 40 years ago, Black History Month is celebrated in the UK every October to recognise the contributions black people have made to this country over many generations. This month students will be involved in a number of activities and classroom projects and learn about influential personalities. Please see below a number of learning resources and reading list for KS3-KS5. A number of events taking place across London can also be found here. (more…)
Last week our EAL students had an inspirational morning with our Headteacher Mr McKenna discussing the completion of their EAL induction programme. They were very excited and proud to receive their induction certicates.
We are proud to announce we have been selected to take part in the World Education Week amongst 100 other schools who will gather online from 5th-9th October to share their expertise and best practices. Each school will host a one hour online event focusing on a key educational topic. Our school will feature on Thursday 8 October at 5pm showcasing how to achieve excellence in a multicultural community through an inclusive curriculum and school culture.
Congratulations to all our students on an excellent set of GCSE and A Level results. In spite of the coronavirus pandemic and examination chaos, our students have demonstrated incredible resilience and determination to succeed and achieve the results they deserve. (more…)
Do you have any questions about policing or crime in Brent?
Do you have any suggestions about how we can have a safer Brent?
At Brent Safer Neighbourhood Board online public meeting from 5pm to 6pm on Wednesday 19 August, police commander Roy Smith will answer questions. Anyone can join online at Join Microsoft Teams Meeting or telephone 020 8142 4393 and use ID: 629 035 521#. No need to pre-register.
Send your questions or suggestions before 12 noon Monday 17 August to NWMailbox.BCUCommander@met.police.uk
The Junior Maths Challenge is run by the UK Mathematics Trust and every year Alperton students in years 7 and 8 are selected to participate in this challenge. (more…)
Alperton Duke of Edinburgh Bronze and Silver students have been presented with
this wonderful certificate for the incredible amount of volunteering hours donated to their local community. Well done everyone!
Keep it up team and as soon as its safe we will complete our expeditions!!! (more…)
We have put together a few resources for our school community to commemorate the recent death of George Floyd in the USA and reflect upon the protests around the world paying tribute to him and others who have suffered injustice and brutality.
Racism and Mental Health
BLM 500 Words Competition
Artwork created by our students
Grenfell Tower: A poem, by Ben Okri
Drawing from an Iranian artist
Afghan artists paint mural on blast wall in tribute to George Floyd
Congratulations to our student Isadora Goldshmidt whose artwork, Flower in a vase, has been accepted for the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, both for the onsite and online show. (more…)