It’s a fact that education betters the life choices and helps all people to live a safe life. The education of women is high on the global political agenda. See the following article for reflections on why girls education is so important as prominent women met to raise this important issue.
Are you interested in learning more about politics? Do you want to know how you can make a difference?
If so, Politics Society is for you!
Politics society will be held on Friday Lunch times (12:45-1:15) in Room 13 – Either bring your lunch or see Mrs Bowyer for a lunch pass.
Here are some of the fab events that will be taking place at Politics society over the next few weeks.
Friday 9th October – Introduction to Politics with games and food.
Friday 16th October – All about political parties (Speaker – Ex-Green Party member).
Friday 6th November – Leader of the council, Sean Anstee (Speaker).
Friday 13th November – A chance to be involved with the Youth Parliament Live debate in the House of Commons.
Friday 20th November – Learn about how to get involved and have your say.
Friday 27th November – Opportunity for members to attend a one day conference run by Trafford Youth Cabinet.
Girls in year 9 have been helping year 8 pupils learn more about Politics. Here at AGGS we have a spiral curriculum whereby students build on their learning every year and we especially do this with politics. Political education and engagement is important here at AGGS.
To help year 8s get their heads around all the political figures and processes year 9 created games to showcase what they had learnt about politics and help the year 8 pupils learn themselves.
Here are just some of the creative and fantastic games that were made:
While many of us were sleeping soundly the moon was looking pretty amazing…
The migrant crisis requires a united EU approach, read on to find out more from this BBC news article..
Today is Peace Day.. so many people are fighting for peace in our world today. Here are some famous faces who went above and beyond for Peace. Check out this link for inspiration on peacemakers.
The annual MUNCH conference is just around the corner. This year we will head to Cheadle Hulme School on the weekend of the 3rd & 4th Oct.
We will be representing Jordan and Afghanistan. If you would like a place at this conference, it’s a great first conference to go to, then please come and sign up to a committee. See Mrs. Bowyer to sign up in Rm 13.
See the website, which has topics and all the conference details by following this link.