On Thursday 12 September, Alperton celebrated the success of our GCSE and A Level students in the 2019 examinations. It was great seeing both our Year 12 and our former Year 13 students smartly dressed, proudly receiving their well-deserved prizes. Many thanks to our Year 13 students for sharing their stories of success with the younger audience, inspiring them to work even harder and commit to their studies.
This year our students have made outstanding progress, with results well above the national average. In spite of the increased challenge of the new GCSEs, the results for the most able students were exceptional with 20% of students achieving the top grades (9-7) in English and maths. There were almost 80 grades at 9-7 in the sciences – biology, chemistry and physics. In total, ACS students achieved almost 300 grades at 9-7/A*-A. ACS students achieved 57 Grade 9 results across the new qualifications, putting them into the top 4% of results in the country. Students achieved 10 Grade 9 results in English and 9 Grade 9 results in maths. Across the sciences, 15 students achieved the highest possible grade. In 2019, 60% of students made better than expected progress in English and over 50% of students made better than expected progress in maths.
Year 13 students have also exceeded all expectations with an excellent set of A Level results. With some results yet to come in, ACS students have been awarded 90 A* and A grades, with over 50% of the examinations being awarded A*, A or B grades. As a result, many of our students have been accepted at prestigious Russell Group universities. We are particularly pleased with continued strong performances in English, Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Media. We are especially pleased with the exceptional progress students made in Business Studies, Economics, ICT, Sociology and Psychology. ICT continued to be a very successful and popular subject with almost all students achieving the highest grades of Distinction and Distinction*(star).
We would like to thank to all of our staff who helped put together this great event and to all teachers whose hard work and commitment enabled our students to achieve such excellent results. Well done everyone!
On Tuesday 25 June Alperton hosted the Brent Anti-Bullying Council meeting at our Ealing Road Library. Twenty-five guests came along to the meeting to discuss and share with the rest of the council their most successful methods to tackle bullying in the borough.
This year’s goal of the Brent Student Anti-Bullying Council is to inform schools, children, parents and carers about the collective responsibility we all have to stop bullying – change starts with us!
The meeting was very successful and we hope to host the event again next year since the feedback from the participants was very positive.
On Tuesday 14 May, five musicians from the 50+ piece orchestra of Canada’s National Arts Centre visited our school and performed for our Year 8 students. The event was organised by the Artists in Residence charity with the aim to inform students about the opportunities of being a professional musician. Continue reading
The Year 7 students of Alperton Community School were given the great opportunity to participate in the Race for the Line (RFTL) – a car racing competition based on an international STEM model. The course of the programme extended over 6 weeks, beginning just after the spring half term. Continue reading
Our Year 11 and Year 12 Most Able students attended two informative and inspirational presentations, delivered by students from Jesus College, University of Cambridge. They learned about life at university, prospects for future employment and the advantages of studying for a degree at Cambridge University. Continue reading
Having been runners up for the last two years, our 2017-18 Sixth Form students finally won the global Micro-Tyco competition having raised almost £2,500 from a £1 start-up.
The money raised will provide micro-loans to some of the poorest people in West Africa to enable them to work their way out of poverty. Continue reading
On Monday 27th November, Ms McDonnell and Ms Cathcart volunteered to take the year 9 QPR Enterprise group to collect data among the general public around the grounds of the QPR stadium in Loftus Road. They’ve also had the opportunity to enjoy a match and take part in a flag ceremony before the match. Continue reading
Please see below the gallery photo from our fantastic Open Evening: Continue reading
Many congratulations to the five students who have been accepted onto Medicine degrees: Najma Ahmed, Muhammad-Ali Shah, Priyal Chokshi, Ajay Nair and Omaima Ali. They had some fantastic A Level results and we are incredibly proud of their achievements. Continue reading
Please click below to see the photo gallery from the Year 6 Induction day Continue reading