29th November 2013 - Archbishop Gregorios of the Holy Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain and Ireland officially unveiled a plaque commemorating the opening of St Andrew the Apostle school......More >
St Andrew the Apostle Greek Orthodox School is an inclusive secondary school drawing on best practice from the independent and state sectors to meet the individual needs of the full range of students.
Our expertly-delivered, broad and balanced, traditional but contemporary curriculum aims to develop our students intellectually, socially, culturally, spiritually and morally. With a focus on English, maths and science, we also offer classical subjects such as Latin and Greek and an exciting choice of extra-curricular activities.
The school is underpinned by our Christian values and, as the UK’s first state-funded Greek Orthodox secondary school, we are proud to be making our contribution to the high academic standards and values-based education with which Church schools are associated nationally. We welcome students of all faiths and none.
Permanent School Building - Future Plans
We plan to remain on NLBP permanently. Our specialist advisers from RET are in regular communication with the Council, DfE and the site owners, Comer Group, about the best way to develop our accomodation. We will eventually occupy the whole of the southern corner of the NLBP site, from the existing ‘Block 6’ down to Brunswick Park Lane. This is a beautiful site with plenty of room for a brand new school building with specialist teaching facilities and outdoor sport.
See our Future Plans.
St Andrew the Apostle aims to:
- Deliver a broad curriculum, academic excellence and exceptional progress across the ability range
- Foster a spirit of kindness, tolerance and responsibility which allows each student to grow as an individual and a community member
- Encourage more students to progress to university to study maths, sciences and the classical subjects
North London Business Park N11 1NP
17 Nov 2014
We are looking forward to meeting students from three local primary schools today as they join us for Takeover Day. They will be taught a maths and an English lesson by some of our Y7 students who have been trained by Mrs Sampson and Mr Vassiliou.
Maths INSET day
13 Nov 2014
A special INSET day has been organised for Friday 21st November to allow all RET Maths teachers to attend specialist training on preparing students for the new maths GCSE exams.Students will be set maths work to complete at home via Manga High and MyMaths.
13 Nov 2014
Four Year 7 Students represented our school at the Remembrance Day Service at Friern Barnet memorial on Tuesday whilst the rest of the school had a special assembly focusing on the first soldier killed in WW1 who came from Finchley.
A Fresh Start, A New Adventure
3 Sep 2014
All the staff are really excited to welcome existing and new students back into the school. We're looking forward to a another very successful year.
Nov 17th 2014: Year 7 students teach maths and English to Year 6 pupils from local primary schools as part of national Takeover Day 2014. Read more...
Oct 6th 2014: Hundreds of visitors are sampling life as a student at St Andrew the Apostle School during a series of open events through October. Read more...
Sep 3rd 2014: The new term means a fresh start and a new adventure for St Andrew's. Read More...