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A summary of the second week: During lunchtime on Wednesday, Year 7s learnt how to make Indian inspired jewellery. Indian jewellery is bright, colourful and intricate and Year 7s replicated the beautiful designs excellently! Here are the pictures featuring Riya: Last week, 7-5 learnt Malayalam in their Spanish lesson and how to write their names … Continue reading India Fortnight: The Highlights
Over the last two weeks, pupils have been celebrating the language history and culture of India. This has focussed on our KS3 pupils, with a variety of activities taking place, such as samosa making; jewellery making; sitar playing in assembly; learning new Indian languages; talks about Indian politics, Indian history and Indian religions; Indian dancing; … Continue reading Celebrating India fortnight
Schools, libraries, and bookshops all celebrated the 21st World Book Day on March 1st. Here at AGGS staff shared their favourite stories with pupils during a special lunchtime book reading session. Thanks to Mrs Clark, Mr Lovelady, Mrs Cleary, Mr England and Mr Hodgson for dazzling us with a diverse selection of novels and poems.
Well done to year 11 who have completed their NEA 2 and 50% of their GCSE in food and nutrition. See some of their dishes here:
Year 10 are working hard this term understanding more about the chemical and physical properties of the ingredients used to make bread. This half term they will make soda bread and butter, naan bread and curry, shaped bread rolls and tortilla wraps to serve with fajitas.
The Book Fairies also made an appearance, hiding new books across the campus for pupils to find and read. Let us know if you found one! #AGGSBookFairies #ibelieveinbookfairies
The first week showcasing the Indian culture within school has been full of spectacular activities! Unfortunately, the Devisdale was covered with snow and cricket and Kabbadi couldn’t go ahead but here are some of the highlights from the other events! The Kumar sisters performed in assemblies from Monday to Friday, blowing us away with their … Continue reading India Fortnight So Far…
Year 9 have completed their street project to celebrate and demonstrate all the skills they have learnt in food during key stage 3.
On Monday February 26th we hosted the regional final of the ESU performing Shakespeare competition in which 20 students from schools across the region performed monologues and dualogues from Shakespeare to win a place in the National Finals in London. We had four participants and Caitlin H in year 9 successfully won one of two … Continue reading ESU performing Shakespeare competition
We will be running a variety of activities during the fortnight from 26/2 until 9/3 to celebrate the languages, culture, politics and religions of India. The activities are as following: MFL- KS3- starter activity- learn a new language- to be led by pupils in each class Music- Kumar sisters to play in assembly Citizenship- exploration … Continue reading Celebrating India Fortnight 26/2- 9/3