Alumni Doctors and Scientists return to APS

Thank you to the following ex-students who came back into APS to lead a Women into Maths and Science conference.

Dr. Naomi Moris, Dr. Amber Shivarajan, Stephie Waldheim, Emma Robins, Emma Copley and Ellen Jolley.  All experts in their field of Maths or Science.

56 year 9 and year 10 girls participated in the event.  Comments included...




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We are extremely proud to celebrate the success of current Alumni who have exceeded the expectations 'Success for All’

naomiCongratulations to Dr Naomi Moris

Naomi attended APS 2000 – 2007. She obtained top grades in her GCSE and A level courses. Securing her place at Imperial College London to study Biology. Her First Class honours degree, combined with 1 year working for Cancer research proved an invaluable start to her Doctorate course at Cambridge University researching Genetics, specifically embryonic stem cells.. She continues to work at Cambridge University on Post Doctorate work. Well done Naomi. 

meganMegan Fellows

Megan Attended APS 2002 – 2009. Her passion was English and Drama, she took lead roles in many school productions.

Megan graduated from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama having completed her Masters course in Writing for Stage and Broadcast Media in 2015. She has had her work produced in numerous new writing nights: from Paperback Theatre at The Arts Theatre, Leicester Square; HERstory the Feminist Theatre Festival at Theatre N16; and The PRT Summer Shorts at The Orlando Shakespeare Center, Florida, to name just a few. Megan was made a finalist in the Theatre Madness Festival 2016 in which she had one month to write and direct a short play to be performed at the Stratford Circus Arts Centre. Her piece ‘Holnap House’ was awarded second place in the competition.

Watch this space for more successful Alumni stories.


Calling all ex-APS students and teachers

Message from Sharon Hutchinson (Alumni Coordinator)

Calling all ex-APS students and teachers, or 'Old A.Ps' as we know you.

A day doesn't go by without us reflecting on your time here or the impact you made or the changes that have taken place.

"Remember back in the day!"

The school is now 18 years old!  We think it's time to establish our Alumni and see if we can connect staff and students, in order to grow our Alumni group.

Please take a minute and fill in a few details below so that I can keep you updated with upcoming news and events, including possible reunions.

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APS Physics students awarded Ogden bursary

Two of our A-Level physics students have been awarded an Ogden bursary to pursue their undergraduate physics course.  Josh Cooper Thorne completed his A-Levels in 2014 before embarking on a gap year.  Josh is now reading Physics and Philosophy at Bristol University.  

Ronak Patel completed his A-Levels in 2015 achieving an impressive 4A*s in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics.  Ronak is now studying for a Masters in Physics at University College London.  The bursary will help support Josh and Ronak for the next 4 years of their undergraduate study.  We wish Josh and Ronak well and every success in the future.