Motivating young people to forge their own path.
Students are encouraged to actively participate in lessons and achieve their full potential.
Tabi and Ant in Year 12 successfully applied for a place on a youth seminar organised by the UK- German connection. This funded a 3 day stay in Berlin for them from 1-3 June, where they worked with 25 German and 23 other English pupils on a joint project, called ‘Finding our place in history’. … Continue reading UK-German Connection
AGGS Chamber Choir and AGSB students can be heard and seen singing at the very beginning of episode 4 of the new thriller series ‘Safe’, currently found on Netflix. This is an exciting achievement for the students and the Music Department! More about this joint vocal project here…… See more information about the recordings here: http://wp.aggs.trafford.sch.uk/music/joint-netflix-choir-project-for-upcoming-safe-netflix-series/ … Continue reading Joint Netflix choir project on air now on ‘Safe’ Netflix series
Empowerment ‘Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.’ (Maya Angelou)
Empowerment ‘Most of the shadows of life are caused by standing in our own sunshine.’ (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
100 years ago, women finally received the vote… Here in History we want to celebrate the centenary of this momentous achievement of women’s suffrage with a commemorative competition. The competition is to create a commemorative piece of work related to women’s suffrage, this is an excellent opportunity to get creative and showcase your talents (whilst … Continue reading Calling all year 8, its competition time!
Hello historians! After a brief rest period due to technical difficulties, the History blog is back on it’s feet once more. We know you have been missing us terribly! So what have we been doing? Well the whole of year 9 took a trip to the Imperial War Museum North. Here, they had the opportunity … Continue reading Imperial War Museum
Empowerment ‘It is never too late to be who you might have been.’ (George Eliot)
Our new Year 9 ambassadors were trained recently and AGGS hosted the Anti-Bullying training day for schools in Manchester. The Year 9s were joined by other passionate students from secondary schools and took part in a jam-packed day! The students learnt how to recognise bullying, the different types of bullying and how their role as … Continue reading AGGS Training Day 2018
A team of 5 Year 10 students have completed The Mr Hugh’s Charity Business Competition with a glowing report from the competition judge. The challenge was to generate as much profit as possible whilst using the company’s products which are a range of Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oils. Our students spotted a gap in the market … Continue reading Year 10 Moth in a China Shop Business Competition
This is Alice, Robyn, Charu, and Roz, who are the first of our students who have completed their DofE gold award with school. There were also a number of our students who had completed their gold award with other centres. They were given their certificates by Squash Falconer, the mountaineer and adventurer who was the … Continue reading Buckingham Palace News