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. It has been judged "outstanding" in it's first Ofsted report.
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.
St Andrew the Apostle aims to:
6 Sep 2016
Staff are very excited about the start of the new year tomorrow. Y7 students should arrive at 8.15 and the rest of the school should arrive at 10.00
North London Business Park N11 1NP
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.
September 8 - 2016: Approach studies like an Olympic athlete says Headteacher, Mr Ahearn. Read more...
July 19 - 2016: Local entrepreneur, Theo Constanti, tells Achievement Award winners about the keys to success. Read more...
July 2nd - 2015: Teaching at St Andrew the Apostle School is outstanding and current achievement exceeds national expectations by a wide margin - says Ofsted. Read more...