Medical / Welfare

MYRIAD - My resilience in adolescence

The MYRIAD Project

Year 7 students Only

myriad 02Alexandra Park School are partnering with UCL on an exciting new project starting this Summer term. The project is being conducted in partnership with the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and will compare the effects of two  social and  emotional  learning  (SEL)  programmes, which aim to improve young people’s study skills and wellbeing.  

Students are invited to take part in an 8-week course as well as three data collection sessions, one before and two after completion of the programme.

At the start of the study students are randomly assigned to one of two SEL programmes. Participants must then attend a 40 minute lessons once a week for eight weeks, either on Wednesday or Thursday. These sessions will be led by a trained teacher and will be conducted in APS on Wednesday and Thursday after school for 40 minutes.

myriad 01Why take part?

  • Learn new skills
  • Work your wellbeing and personal development
  • Earn up to £90

If you are interested, please download the information and cosent forms from below, returning the completed consent form to Ms. O'Gorman in The Bridge.

Download the Information Sheet *

Download the Consent Form *

* Please note: parents / guardians will need to read both the Information Sheet and the Parental Consent Form in order for their child to take part in the study.  Handing in of the consent form does not guarantee a place, as groups will be very small.

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Year 6 - 7 Transition

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

Timeframe

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 soflynn@alexandrapark.school.

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.

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