APS News

Pupil Premium

Disadvantaged (Pupil Premium) Impact at Alexandra Park School

What is Pupil Premium?

Schools receive additional income called the Pupil Premium. This money is allocated by the Government to helpschools support children from low income families and children in care. The amount of additional funding schoolsreceive is based on the number of children who are entitled to receive free school meals or have been in the past 6 years or are looked after children. “Disadvantaged pupils’ is used to refer to only those pupils for whom the pupilpremium provides support.


Facilities Hire

Alexandra Park School has excellent facilities that are available to hire outside of school hours.

We have recently had both our outdoor and indoor sports areas resurfaced, making them ideal for vaious recreational activities such as football, badminton, dance and martial arts classes.

This is in addition to our main hall, which is perfect for large gatherings, and a training suite equipped with 30 workstations, an interactive whiteboard and a state of the art Classwatch system for recording your training session (if desired).

We also have many standard classrooms equipped with projectors for smaller meetings.

If you are interested in hiring any of our facilities, then please email Frank Goodman for more information.




Ofsted last visited the school in November 2011.  The school was graded as 'Outstanding' in 24 of the 27 inspection indicators including attainment, achievement, progress, enjoyment, safety, leadership, curriculum, governance, partnerships, community and pastoral care.