Many congratulations to our student Rafiatu in Year 11 who won the Maker Challenge competition last week. The Maker Challenge is a programme run by Imperial College London for young people aged 14-18 with a passion for ‘making’ and it covers a wide range of activities including: Arduino, Business and Soft Skills, Prototyping, Design Thinking, Electronics, Laser Cutting, 3D Printing. The programme gives the participants the opportunity to develop an idea and see it through to completion with the support of staff and students from Imperial College London. (more…)
Our A Level Mathematicians at Alperton took part in the UKMT Senior Maths Challenge and are celebrating great success with 1 gold, 3 silvers and 9 bronzes in this year’s challenge.
Chandru Suresh was “Best in School” and received the Gold Certificate.
Esther Engola, Kundan Mahitkumar and Om Gami received the Silver Certificates.
Corey Date, Dhruv Patel, Kavya Shah, Abdulrahman Dahir, Himani Dharmendra, Disha Kirticumar, Priyangaa Magindan, Smit Navinkumar, Mathushan Sivanathan and Jiyal Vala received the Bronze Certificates.
The Senior Mathematics Challenge is a national competition organised by the UKMT annually and is aimed at 16-19 year-old pupils. The aim of the competition is to encourage mathematical reasoning, precision of thought, and fluency using basic mathematical techniques to solve problems.
Well done to the winners! We wish them the very best of luck in their future maths competitions!
Brent residents who want to know more about the COVID-19 vaccine are being invited to a free webinar to get answers to their questions. Taking place on Monday, January 25, between 6pm and 7.30pm, the free session will enable participants to separate the facts from the fiction and gain a better understanding when it comes to being vaccinated against COVID-19.
Congratulations to our A Level Tamil students on an excellent set of results in the November 2020 examinations.
Nine students sat the A Level examinations last autumn and we are pleased to announce that they achieved 4 A* grades, 4 A grades and 1 B grade. These are tremendous results particularly under the current coronavirus restrictions. Our students have demonstrated incredible resilience and determination to succeed and achieve the results they deserve.
A big thank you to all the teachers who encouraged and supported them and well done to these students on their tenacity and resilience!
Congratulations to the winner of the Ealing Road zebra crossing design.
The talented students of Alperton Community School worked with Andria Zafirakou to produce designs for the local zebra crossing on Ealing Road, a projeted supported by Brent 2020, London Borough of Culture.
Thanks to everyone who voted. Please see below the winning design. We’re looking forward to seeing this painted on the road later this year.
Well done to all students who helped design the murals for the Mount Pleasant Art Project. Many thanks to Mr Alemdar and Mrs Zafirakou for all their work on this project. Please see below the comments from Brent Cllr Anton Georgiou:
Alperton students have worked with our art teacher Andria Zafirakou to redesign the Ealing Road zebra crossing. Students, staff and ACS community can now vote on the best design which will be painted on the road. Voting closes Friday 4th Dec. (more…)
Alperton Community School is the only secondary school in Brent who currently holds the Healthy Schools Silver Award, for our work to support the health and wellbeing of staff and pupils. This is a great achievement for all staff and students involved. (more…)
Many thanks to everyone who supported our initiative to help three different charities this winter. (more…)