Following the Government’s announcement, all schools are now closed to all pupils, except a few identified groups.
Staff will not be responding to individual emails from parents. Teachers may respond to students who have questions about their current work, however there maybe delays in their response.
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|Tutor time ||08.45 - 09.00 ||Check Show my Homework |
|Period 1 ||09.00 - 10-00 || |
|Period 2 ||10.00 - 09.00 || |
|Break ||11.00 - 11.20 ||Have a snack and walk around |
|Period 3 ||11.20 - 12.20 || |
|Period 4 ||12.20 - 13.20 || |
|Lunch ||13.20 - 14.05 ||Have lunch and do some exercise |
|Period 5 ||14.05 - 15.05 || |
How will I know what to study?
Your teachers will set your work mainly on Show My Homework. Those of you who have worked with your teachers on other platforms, such as Office 365 and Google Classroom, may use those.
| ||Show My Homework - All work will be set via the Show my Homework Platform |
| ||Office 365 - Access to school email account and Microsoft suite |
| ||Google Classroom - for those students who already have an account |
| ||Socrative - Your teacher may set you a quiz. Ensure you have a room name. |
What if I don't know what to do?
Contact your teacher via SMHW or email. Your teacher may not contact you straight away, so be patient and find another piece to do. You may want to ask a family member or reach out to a friend in school.
What if I complete all my work?
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Charity begins with all of us taking accountability for the social issues that surround us. It doesn’t matter if Charity begins at home or at school, as long as we start to understand others needs and how we may help. By addressing issues which may or may not impact us personally, we can begin to make a difference to the lives of others.
Small changes really can have a big impact. First Give is an organisation that helps young people interact with local and national charities, raising the students’ knowledge and understanding of this sector. The charity works to ignite, equip and inspire students to make a difference by taking action to tackle social issues.
Year 8 students have been working on this project through the Autumn term whereby they had to research and select a class charity. All students worked extremely hard to research in to their charities and complete activities to raise awareness and funds.
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On Thursday 23rd January, Alexandra Park School held our annual Careers Fair, which was attended by all students in Years 9 and 11, and was also open to Sixth Form students throughout the day. More than 30 different employment areas were represented at the event, as well as Further and Higher Education Providers.
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On the second day, we all met outside the United Nations Office and endured the lengthy security process, before making our way to the conference room where the ceremony would be held, filled with over 700 students from all over the world!
During the opening ceremony, we listened to various people speaking, from the student’s organisers to UN diplomats. We experienced a Q&A between them, which later helped us with forming our resolutions (in terms of what other issues and points we could consider). It was such an amazing experience to listen to them and hear other people's stories and what brought them there.
Once the ceremony had finished, we all got into our separate committees - such as ITU, WHO and UNEP - and all got to know each other. We then listened to pre-prepared speeches made by delegates promoting their resolutions as well explaining more on the topics that we were going to be debating; two of our own students even made a speech for their committee.
Overall, this was an unforgettable experience, to be in the same seats as the people trying to solve world problems, as well as debating alongside delegates from all over the world was a privilege and we are very grateful to have taken part in it. Read more...
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APS is proof of the possibility of successfully educating a full range of students in just one school. Well done to all.
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Students and staff at Alexandra Park Sixth Form have again been celebrating an exceptional set of A-Level and Vocational results. This year’s cohort have exceeded the success shown in previous years by increasing the percentage of grades achieved at A*-B to an impressive 62%. Additionally, 30% of all grades were achieved at A or A*.
These A-Level results were matched by an impressive set of Vocational qualifications where the majority students achieved at least a Distinction or Distinction*. This is a great achievement given the reforms that these qualifications have undergone, to include rigorous external assessment. Notable achievers include: Emre Hassan Dist*DD, Dante Jacobs Dist, Dist, A, Bruna Todi Dist, A, A and Gabi Zammit Dist, A, B
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Ms. Cannon was also present to receive her Jack Petchey Leader Award having been nominated by students at APS for her excellent teaching.
Congratulations to all the winners.
APS students Josh and Max from Year 9 were special guests at the Arsenal Stadium this week.
They were invited to help launch 'Arsenal For All'. Possibly a phrase borrowed from Alexandra Park school’s motto?
Both boys were invited to watch the game in the new sensory room at the stadium, and also carry the flags as the players ran through the tunnel and on to the pitch. The boys had the pleasure of watching some beautiful football in Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Newcastle, leapfrogging another London football club into third place!504 Gateway Time-out_捕鱼游戏赢_星力捕鱼游戏
The APS School Council’s first project has been to research the environmental impact of reducing waste, re-using bottles and recycling here at APS. We strongly believe we all have a role to play in tackling climate change.
By purchasing a water bottle, you will be supporting our campaign to:
- Reduce the use of plastics
Congratulations to the APS SEND / Inclusive Sports Team, who have won Haringey's 'Disabled Sports Team of the Year' award.
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Last summer, at the end of year School Sports Celebration Awards Ceremony, parents, staff and students were truly inspired by the success achieved by all our gifted athletes, but for those students who sometimes have their additional needs described as a ‘disability’, they clearly demonstrated their ‘ability’ again and again, as they proudly represented their school and borough with distinction.
The APS inclusive sports team were proud to represent their school and Team Haringey at the London Youth Games in 2018. We are very fortunate to have a Borough Sports Development Team who encourage and fully support sports participation for all.
The APS Inclusive cricket team were Runners Up in the final at Lords Indoor Cricket Ground, the 4th
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The APS MLD Tennis
The APS wheelchair basketball / IZB squad again came third at the London Youth Games for the second year running, despite competing against boroughs with well-established wheelchair basketball clubs. Entering this competition has been a real eye opener for our ‘abled body’ students, who compete alongside those with a lower limb impairment. The empathy and respect for those who need to use a wheelchair was evident in training sessions and the competition, where they came up against national league players.
The APS Boccia squad came 9th at the London Youth Games with a new look team after some key players relocated out of London. However, the Haringey Primary School Boccia Squad, benefitted from joint training sessions, by making the finals in the mini games.
We also had success in the Inclusive sailing event at the London Youth Games with another 9th
In the last twelve months, because of our students' commitment to inclusive sport, we have been fortunate to have school visits from Paralympians Tim Prendergast and Liz Johnson. Their visits have been highlights of the school calendar.
They have inspired and mentored some of our most committed squad members. Over the last two years, APS students with additional needs have been chosen to deliver presentations at the London Step Into Sport Leadership Academy held at Lords.
They have been excellent role models, sharing their personal story and successes with the hundreds of sports leaders who have attended from all over London. Their mission has been to encourage inclusion in sport for all abilities.
Sport at APS is flourishing, but this special group of students are an example to all, of what hard work and determination can achieve, despite what obstacles they face in everyday life.. Read more...
Congratulations to our girls cricket team, who are now the U13 Girls County Crichet Champions!
They will now represent Middlesex versus the other south-east county cricket champions, including Surrey and Kent.
A big thanks to Adem for managing the team.
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Our very own Anna Bauss (8E) was announced as the winner of the National Geographic Children’s Photography Competition.
The judges commented on Anna’s entry:
Following her win, Anna commented:
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