Open Mornings

A pair of crackers

Congratulations to our friends at Fortismere who, along with Alexandra Park School, were once again named in The Sunday Times Top State Schools.

We don’t get too excited about lists and rankings at Alexandra Park School.  There are so many tables with various criteria.  How do you compare the full range of schools with their different characteristics?  At Alexandra Park School we are proud to be an inclusive comprehensive; we welcome every challenge and celebrate every achievement across our diverse community of students.  These include results from those students who overcome massive cognitive challenges to achieve their best, to others that seem to have a natural ability to succeed in exams.  I am experienced enough, by the way, to know that behind all success there is usually years of hard work.

So it was pleasing to see that once again APS has made it into The Sunday Times Top State Schools. This list focuses on just the very top grades achieved at A level and GCSE, which we know doesn’t really do justice to the hard work of every student and every school.  As one would expect, the list is dominated by highly selective and faith schools.  APS sits alongside Henrietta Barnet, Latymer and QE Boys, and Cardinal Vaughan or JFS. Nevertheless, APS is proud to be up there amongst this group of the most high achieving schools.

APS is proof of the possibility of successfully educating a full range of students in just one school.  Well done to all.

There are more than 3,000 secondary schools in England.  To have two of the top state schools in the country within a mile of each other is pretty impressive.


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Year 6 - 7 Transition

Year 7 Welcome Video

All of the information below is subject to change due to the current COVID pandemic.


26th  September 2019

School Open Evening

1st / 2nd October 2019

School Open Mornings  (Limited number by appointment only)

March 2020

National Offer Day - School offers sent out to parents and APS by Haringey Admissions Team.

APS will make contact to gain the information needed to process your admission to school.

Information will be sent out by email and is to be completed online.  This information gathering helps to collect essential details about your child, such as learning and support needs, emergency contacts, medical issues and school history.

May 2020

Looked after children and those with an EHCP invited into school for admissions meetings to discuss additional needs and support.

If your child has additional support needs you wish to discuss, please contact Ms. O'Flynn (Transition Manager) on

May 2020

Ms. O'Flynn to visit main feeder primary schools to speak with staff and children.

May 2020

Members of SEN team attend final IEP / AR meetings in primary schools.

Early July 2020 (TBC)

Taster morning for all year 6 pupils.

Pupils to be invited to a taster morning on one of these dates; you will be informed of which one nearer the time. 

Early July 2020 (TBC)

Parents introduction evening.

Welcome talk by headteacher and information session with tutors, which will also give you the opportunity to meet with other parents.

July 2020

Additional Taster session with the inclusion team for pupils with an EHCP.

September 2020

Preparations for transition for students applying for the 2021-22 admissions begin.  This page will be updated in July 2020 for the next academic year.