St Andrew the Apostle Greek Orthodox School

Secondary
Post 16

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Not Rated

This school has 3 parent reviews


North London Business Park
London
N11 1NP
020 31955444
Pupils
670
Ages
11 - 19
Gender
Mixed
Type
Free school - Mainstream
4 1 1 2 3 4
NATIONAL AVG. 2.06
Ofsted Report
(30/11/18)
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70%
NATIONAL AVG. 60%
5+ GCSEs grade 9-4 (standard pass or above) including English and maths
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St Andrew the Apostle is the country’s first Greek Orthodox secondary school and is part of the Russell Education Trust. The school’s local governing body is appointed by the Trust and by his Eminence Archbishop Gregorios of Thyateira and Great Britain. This free school opened in September 2013. The school admits students from age 11 to 19, reserving up to 50% of places for students of the Greek Orthodox faith. It is much smaller than average currently, and is registered to admit up to 1050 students. At present, only students in Years 7 and 8 attend the school. It is therefore too early to state whether the school meets the minimum national expected levels for attainment at the end of Key Stage 4. The proportions of disadvantaged students, disabled students and those with special educational needs are well below the national averages. A small proportion of students enter the school who speak English as an additional language. The largest single group of students is those of Greek or Cypriot heritage. Other students come from a number of different ethnic backgrounds. No students attend any alternative provision. Students have not yet sat any public examinations.

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St Andrew the Apostle Greek Orthodox School Reviews

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BY PARENTS, FOR PARENTS

“This schools lacks joined up approach and is not very transparent”
AUTHOR:
"> This school may and clearly does work for some children. Ignoring building and lack of facilities (no sports facilities or library), the matter that bothered me the most was lack of clarity and response from staff. Because the only one to contact school is to write to generic email addresses, emails are rarely responded to. After persevering for a few months, I have moved my son and it is like a breath of fresh air. I wish had done it sooner.
“My children love being at school”
AUTHOR:
"> My daughter has been at this school from start and also my son is also in year 9 and both the children are very happy always love being at school. As a parent I can say I am very happy with the teaching and progress my children have had. As long as I see my children happy going to school and learning this makes me believe this is the school for my children and I’m very happy with the school.
“Love this school”
AUTHOR:
"> My son & daughter are both very happy at the school. I’m happy with the communication I have with the teachers. The staff are great with the kids & ensure all kids are safe & happy at all times 😁
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