Extracurricular Timetable Winter 2018
The extra curricular timetable will start on Tuesday 4th September.
NOTE : All hockey practices will take place on the astro turf at school until October half term when we will move to Bowdon.
||U13s and U14s squad training
||Years 8 and 9
||U15s, U16s and X1
||U12s squad training
||Years 10 and 11
||Years 10 and 11
||U12 and U13 squad training
||U15s, U16s and seniors
||U14s Squad training
||Year 7 and 8
Calling all New year 7s.
Trials for our U12s hockey team will take place on Saturday 8th September 9:30am – 11:30am
You do not need to have played hockey before.
This will be a fun action packed morning with lots of skills and game play.
Please make sure you bring
- Your stick
- Your shin pads
- A refillable water bottle
- Suitable footwear such as trainers or even better astro shoes.
- Your gum shield (optional but highly recommended)
Please arrive at the Astro via the Sixth Form entrance off Green Courts / Green Walk.
See you there
Mrs Reynolds and Mrs Hardicre
Amazing news that Francesca who is in Tampere, Finland competing at the U20 IAAF World Championships has qualified for the final on Sunday at 12.15 UK time. This means that she is officially in the top 12 in the world for the 1500m!
The event can be accessed live on You Tube by searching IAAF U20 World Championships Live. This link should work:
Best of luck to Francesca in the final what an absolutely amazing achievement, we can’t wait to watch on Sunday. We are so very proud!
Good luck to Emma in Year 10 who is one of our extremely talented athletes who qualified to represent Greater Manchester in the English Schools Athletics Championships taking place this weekend. She will travel to Birmingham to compete in the triple jump national final with the most talented athletes from around the country.
We know that she will do Greater Manchester proud! Best of luck Emma, we are very proud of your achievements and can’t wait to hear of your success!
Tilly competed at the Artistic Inline World Championships in Cork, Ireland with her team, Whizz Kids. They are returning as the Junior World Champions. This was a new adventure for them as they skated on wheels and not blades, with only 10 weeks of training. They also got a bronze in the Chorus section.
This is a fantastic achievement for Tilly and her team, well done!
Congratulations to the Year 9 and 10 students who qualified for the Regional A final of the prestigious English Schools Track and Field Cup. We were winners at Greater Manchester level and went to Robin Park, Wigan to compete against the best schools across the North West for a place at national finals in Gateshead.
The team were amazing in both the track and the field events with some superb performance and PB’s set. We finished second place narrowly missing out on a place in the finals. It is fair to say we were all truly devastated at being so close to that first place spot.
I am extremely proud of the team and the way they handled the whole situation, they are amazing athletes in their physical performance but also their manner and sportsmanship. Well done my team!
Last weekend Francesca won the National U20 Championship in the 1500m and is officially the best in Britain! We are waiting news this weekend that she has achieved the time required to qualify for the World Championships . What amazing news, we are very proud of you Francesca!
Francesca also raced in the senior Girl`s 800m at The Greater Manchester Schools and finished 1st in 2 minutes 9 seconds and broke the championship record set in 1995. She has also qualified for the English Schools Championships, where she will be entered into 1500m.
Below is a picture of Francesca racing for Great Britain on May 20th at the Loughborough International where she set a PB of 4 minutes 18 seconds.
Congratulations to our Year 8 rounders team, who were crowned Trafford Schools Rounders Winners on Tuesday 12th June after being unbeaten in their tournament. Well done!
The students representing the school in Athletics yesterday were very successful. The junior team (Years 7 and 8) finished fourth place overall with some very good individual successes, particularly mention should go to Olivia B in Year 8 for an exceptional 800m time. They will compete in the North West regional B final.
The intermediate team (Years 9 and 10) demonstrated their commitment and experience at the event finishing first place which takes them to the North West regional A final. Particular mention goes to Kitty H for an amazing 9.85m throw in the shot putt earning the team maximum points and Emma S and Alice D for exceptional performances in both of their events.
Looking forward to success at North West level.
AGGS TKD are very proud to announce Emily K, Yr11 and Freya P, Y10 passed their black belt grading on Sunday 6th May. They were tested by international grade instructors including 2 Masters for 4 hours, through a hot Sunday, on all aspects of Taekwon-Do including some 2 against 1 sparring. Both students have worked hard to get black belt and are a credit to the school and club.