For your Visa application, you will need a copy of my passport and a letter stating that I will be taking responsibility for your daughter in India. I spoke, in length, with the people at the consulate and they understood the complicated nature of this and tried to secure a better solution but decided that, to ensure the application succeeded, the above documents would be needed by each pupil.
As you can appreciate, I am not too willing to provide copies of my passport, however I understand the urgency for the applications. To ensure peace of mind, please will you email me stating that you will use the documents I provide solely for the Visa application and I will reply with the documents upon receipt.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. As I am not currently at school there may be a delay, but I will reply as soon as possible. I have provided a digital signature so feel free to write your daughter’s full name and this should suffice.
From September, there will be physical copies of these documents available at AGGS reception with a note to sign saying you will use it solely for this application, but please apply sooner rather than later!
Also, ensure your photos are Visa-worthy. Max Spielman do 6 for £10.99 although there is a booth near to the Visa application centre. In addition to this, make sure that you have a letter to state you are happy for me to take your daughter, a copy of your daughters long birth certificate and photocopies of your passport.Oh, and take a book as there can be a delay! Of course, my application was slightly different being over 18 but I believe the aforementioned documents will be needed for your daughter.
Students at Altrincham Grammar School for Girls are celebrating another incredible set of GCSE results.
100% of students gained at least 5 subjects at A*-C, including English and Mathematics. A wonderful 98% of examinations taken were graded from A*-B, 84% were graded A*-A and a staggering 50% were graded A*.
There were also 18 girls who passed all 9 subjects at A* and 90 girls who passed all 9 subjects at A or A* grade.
Year 13 students at Altrincham Grammar School for Girls have achieved another outstanding set of A level results. A remarkable 91% of examinations were graded at A*-B and an even more impressive 68% of results graded at A*-A. The A*-E pass rate was 100%.
An impressive 78 girls (just under half of the cohort) achieved A* or A in all subjects and 13 students achieved A* grades in all of their subjects.
Students have also had stunning success with university entry, with 14 girls accepted by Oxford and Cambridge.
Stephanie Gill, Principal of Altrincham Grammar School for Girls said “I am incredibly proud of all of our students and they should be congratulated for achieving such remarkable results. They are testament to the commitment and hard work of our students and the incredible support they receive from their teachers.
“The staff, governors and I congratulate our students on their hard work throughout their time at AGGS, and wish them all the best for the future as they move onto further education and employment. I look forward to hearing about their successes in the years to come.”
AGGS is part of the Bright Futures Educational Trust whose mission is to provide a first class education for all young people.
Dame Dana Ross-Wawrzynski, Executive Head of Altrincham Grammar School for Girls and CEO of the Trust said: “Justin Kelly, Chair of the School Governors and of the Trust, and I send our warmest congratulations to the students. This is another fantastic achievement for the school and we are extremely proud –myself and the team at Bright Futures would like to extend our congratulations to all students and staff for their dedication and hard work.”