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£3,040 Raised on Charity Day

AGGS raised an amazing £3,040 on Charity Day. Thank you all for  your support and hard work.

The Charity Committee will be donating this money  to Human care – Syria, The Mustard Tree -Manchester, Healing Hearts as well as sponsoring  Muhammad Zakria, a Pakistani orphan whom we have supported for over four years.

So far this year the Charity Committee have helped to raise £5,830.

AGGS Charity Day 2017

Charity day 2017- Talent show
Charity day 2017- Talent show

Today, AGGS was hosting another brilliant charity day, which included the Year 13s pantomime, the talent show and stalls in the dinning room. The day went extremely well, atmosphere was great, and we are proud to announce the winners on this years’ talent shows:

Act 1-
1st – Y7 Bollywood dancers
2nd – Y8 singer – Manhoor

Act 2
1st – Y11 singer – Anisa
2nd – Y11 rapper – Jenny

Well done for all who have took part in performing and organising! Have a great Christmas break!

Talent show:

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Year 13 Pantomime:

Reverse Advent Challenge Collection

Thank you to everybody who donated to the ‘Reverse Advent Challenge’ – we were able to send a number of boxes to the Food Bank in Timperley. A special thanks goes to 7.2 and 7.5 who were especially generous and really got on board with the challenge!

Christmas Enterprise Markets

AGGS Christmas Markets, December 2017

The Y7, Y8 and Y9 Christmas Enterprise markets were as successful and as busy as ever this year. We had a variety of creative stalls selling; mobile phone cases, mini knitted hats, pot-pourri and homemade Christmas candles and gifts as well as nicely gift wrapped biscuits and sweets. Congratulations to all the students who took part, you all worked very hard to produce some amazing, original and good quality products. The winner for the best group and displaying the most entrepreneurial skills will be announced after Christmas.

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Christmas Is On Its Way!

We are coming close to the end of half term and many Christmas festivities have begun!

AGGS’ Christmas Concert this year was a success; showcasing a range of talented students (over 260 in total). Performances included:  Howard Blake’s ‘The Snowman’, sung by the Junior Choir and  ‘Feeling Good’ performed by the String Orchestra. The halls were packed this year and the exciting atmosphere of Christmas was captured during the concert. Well done to all students who participated in this year’s amazing concert and to the staff who made the night memorable and festive!

Also, this year’s Christmas Enterprise Markets were held at lunchtimes and the main hall was buzzing with staff and students purchasing Christmas gifts and goodies. The stalls were run by Year 7, 8 and 9 students and their creativeness was on display at the market. Congratulations to the students who gave it their all and sold their socks off!

This Friday, AGGS will be hosting another amazing talent show and the Year 13s will be showcasing their pantomime which they have been working extremely hard on. Charity day will also feature stalls in the dining room so come along and visit the many activities, games and food on offer!

We hope you  have a fabulous Christmas/ holidays! Everyone deserves a break to relax 🙂

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Thought for the Week

We are not put on this earth to see through one another, but to see one another through.

(Unknown)

Thought for the Week

Not in numbers but in unity that our great strength lies.

(T Paine)

AGGS Christmas Markets 2017

Come along and visit the AGGS Christmas Enterprise markets run by Y7, Y8 & Y9
lunchtime in the hall for the next 3 Mondays starting…
4 Dec, 11 & 18 Dec
Buy your xmas gifts and sample some of the xmas goodies on sale!
Don’t forget to Bring your money!!

International Food Sale Success

On Friday 24th November we hosted an International Food Sale in aid of Rohingyan refugees. The event was organised by members of the Islamic Society. We received donations of delicious dishes from around the globe which were thoroughly enjoyed by students. Volunteers from Year 12 selflessly gave up their lunchtime to sell food on the stalls. All in all, we made an amazing £300!

All of the proceeds have been donated to Human Appeal, a charity providing essential aid to Rohingyan refugees who have fled from their native Burma (or Myanmar).

You can donate to Human Appeal’s Myanmar campaign here, or to any other charity organisation of your choice.

“Charity does not decrease your wealth.” – Muhammad (pbuh)

Writing a Novel in Four Weeks

Writing a novel in four weeks

During this November, a number of staff and pupils embarked on the daunting challenge of writing a novel in four weeks. This ambitious project is part of a global movement called NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). We met a number of times a week to discuss our work, share problems and support each other’s writing. Our approach was always very positive: it wasn’t writing 50,000 words that was the mark of success but writing anything new at all. The group settled down to around ten to twelve participants, one of whom (Lizzy G) who did complete her novel. This was a joint venture between her and Isobel M and between them they wrote 85,000 words! As a whole, the group wrote 200,000 words together – a massive success by anyone’s standards. Most said that they had written more than they ever had.

As we ate a Colin the Caterpillar cake to celebrate the end of the month, the students asked if the club could continue. The Colin/Caterpillar club was born at that moment. We now meet once at week, on a Tuesday in F15 to discuss our novels. We will set ourselves some new goals, share books that have inspired us, learn how to edit, how to plot and perhaps critique each other’s work.

Well done to all the participants!

Mrs Clark