If you’re a former student of Alperton Community School, we would love to hear from you!

Your experiences since leaving could help to motivate and inspire our current students to feel more confident in making decisions about their future. We’d love you to join our alumni network and stay connected with the school. You can choose how and when to help – you could act as a career role model, provide work experience, become a mentor in person or online, or help with donations, fundraising or even apply to become a governor.

It doesn’t matter when you left us, whether you’re in further education or employment, whether you still live nearby or have moved further away, there are still ways you can help.

Alumni day with Doctor Chet Trivedy

On Wednesday, 20th October, Alperton Community School welcomed back a very distinguished former pupil, Dr Chet Trivedy, who attended Alperton back in the 1980s.

Chet has had the most incredible and colourful career journey. He has spent the majority of his life in medicine and is currently a senior consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Brighton and Sussex University and a senior lecturer at The Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). He is also the founder of the Tulsi foundation as well as a medical advisor for the Wildlife Conservation Trust and the doctor for the England Cricket team. Please click here to find out more.

What some of our alumni are doing right now

Famous Alpertonians

Ron Greenwood (1921-2006)

Ron Greenwood was an English football player and manager, best known for being manager of the English national football team from 1977 until 1982, as well as being manager of West Ham United for 13 years, a time during which the club gained much of its fame. That of England manager was his final role in football. Read more about him in the Guardian.

James Saunders (1925 – 2004)

James Saunders was an English playwright. After a career in teaching, he became a full-time playwright in 1964. He was associated for a number of years with the Questors Theatre in Ealing, from 1972, he worked with Sam Walters’ Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, Surrey. For more information about James Saunders click here.

Keith Moon (1946 – 1978)

Keith Moon was an English musician best known as the drummer of the English rock group The Who. He was noted for his unique drumming style. In 2011, Moon was voted the second-greatest drummer in history by a Rolling Stone readers’ poll.Thirty-five years after his death, his drumming is still praised by critics and musicians.

Nicholas Hopkins (1944 – 1994)

Nicholas “Nickie” Hopkins recorded and performed on many notable British and American pop and rock music releases from the 1960s through the 1990s including many Rolling Stones songs. From Alperton he went onto win a scholarship at Royal Academy of Music, London.