Celebration of the achievements of your peer.
Students should appreciate others’ intentions to learn by actively listening and encouraging peers to contribute.
Children in Need Week was a huge success and so much fun. Khadija, Emily and May in Year 13 organised and held a Year 8 Halloween disco and raised an amazing £425. Mrs Brennan in Reprographics knitted Pudsey Bear and Pudsey Blush Bear along with four sets of babies, which are on display in Reception, … Continue reading Children In Need Week 2017
Christmas came early to AGGS this week with a festive visit from the best-selling author Matt Haig. Matt is the author of several novels for adults and children, and his new book, Father Christmas and Me, is the third title in his bestselling Christmas series, following A Boy Called Christmas and The Girl Who Saved … Continue reading Christmas Cheer at AGGS
The Anti-bullying Ambassadors Twitter is back in action! Follow us for updates on events in school, what the team’s plan of action is for the upcoming month and inspirational quotes. Tweets by AGGantibullying Come and join us in our fight to tackle bullying!
This half term the charity we will be supporting is Children in Need. Children in Need are currently supporting 2,400 projects across the UK. The projects they fund help children facing a range of disadvantages; e.g. poverty and deprivation; children who have been the victims of abuse or neglect or disabled young people. To raise … Continue reading Children in Need
It’s that time again, where groups unite and present themselves to the entire school community. So, welcome the one and only Student Digital Leadership Team! Here comes the new group photo… 🙂 We will be going into assemblies soon for you to get to know us better, but feel free to talk to us if you have … Continue reading Meet the SDL Team…
What: On Friday, 13 October Altrincham Grammar School for Girls is joining forces with North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NWAS), Resuscitation Council UK, British Heart Foundation and local fire services to help create the next generation of lifesavers. Restart a Heart Day is a UK wide initiative which aims to train at least … Continue reading National lesson in life saving will help schools save lives
Anti-bullying Week runs from 13-17 November each year and the theme this year is: ‘All Different, All Equal’. The idea is to promote differences and help young people celebrate what makes them, and others, unique . Our main aim as Anti-bullying Ambassadors is to help people understand why it’s important that every child feels included … Continue reading Anti-Bullying Week 2017
Today is World Mental Health Day, sometimes all we have to do is ask someone how they are. Life is full of so many challenges and sometimes things get a little too much, the stress and pressures of so many things can mean that we feel out of kilter, separate from the world around us. … Continue reading All we have to do is ask…
Thank you to everyone who has donated items for the Harvest Festival! All food and other items will be donated to FareShare, which aims to stop food waste and distribute it amongst people who are struggling to afford the basic necessities. We have received many contributions, which will be sure to help many people. The … Continue reading Harvest Festival
Check out how the lost property area has been organised and transformed: For more information about lost property at AGGS, rules and Pre worn uniform click here