We are currently on our way home from a brilliant weekend at the GCSE Dance Residential in Wales. Well done dancers for all of your hard work, take a well deserved rest during half term!
Well done dancers for creating and performing your brilliant pieces!
The dancers worked with Stop Gap Dance Company this weekend. They were taught repertoire and choreographed some fantastic pieces looking at the professional work ‘Artificial Things’. Amazing work dancers!
The dancers were put through their paces learning 2 challenging set phrases today, fantastic work, well done!
Our Year 10 dancers learning all about ‘Component 2’ aka the theory exam!
We are in Wales for our GCSE Dance residential weekend! Our Year 10 dancers worked very hard to create some fantastic pieces in today’s choreography workshop. Well done!
Well done to everyone who auditioned for our Junior Silver Dance Company this year! You all performed beautifully and made the final decision very difficult! Here are our dancers for the 2019-2020 Junior Silver DanceContinue reading
Welcome to German Berlin Trip, October 2019 We’ve had a great first day in Berlin. After a very early start, we enjoyed hearing the stories of those who had tried to escape over the BerlinContinue reading
34 Students from Year 10 had the amazing opportunity to visit Barclays in Knutsford last week where students were put through their paces learning and answering questions about CyberSecurity within the financial sector. Great opportunitiesContinue reading
To kick off AGGS Biology Week 2019, the sixth form Science Society set up a range of biology related demonstrations for the younger years. A murder mystery puzzle, where the students had to use foodContinue reading
On Tuesday 15th October students from Years 9-13 listened to a series of drugs talks given by Dave Parvin from Drug Sense UK. Dave was very professional in his delivery and has had first-hand experienceContinue reading
As an after school treat to lucky pupils, Ms Hulme delivered an expert tutorial on how to carry out a rat dissection this Biology Week. The students were shown the various scientific names and theContinue reading
On Wednesday a group of students from the Year 10 computing class went to the Digital Futures careers event hosted by Trafford College. They heard from a range of speakers from the digital tech world:Continue reading
We celebrated Biology Week this year from 4th-11th October with a range of extracurricular activities. First and foremost, we have some students to congratulate. Our #BioBakes contestants cooked some tasty treats and our winner LilyContinue reading
The Sixth form students were privileged to be able to attend a workshop on Genetic Mutations carried out by Mr Feltham from the University of Manchester. Students learned the close genetic relations between humans andContinue reading
The AGGS PTA Auction of Promises was once again a roaring success – This was the third year we have held this event with over 5000 visits were made to our auction pages – AndContinue reading
To celebrate Harvest Festival this year, the students and staff at AGGS have been collecting items to donate to South Trafford Food bank. Every form in each year group did a great job and anContinue reading
Calling all piano pupils! Tickets now available from Reception for our very first piano concert here at AGGS – Tuesday 29th October 7pm All proceeds from this concert go towards raising money for our new SchimmelContinue reading
No One is Too Small to Make a Difference – Greta Thunberg I’m sure you’ve all heard of Greta Thunberg – good or bad. Either way, I think that she is one of the mostContinue reading
The purpose of the morning is to get Y11 to think about their Post 16 options and to encourage them to think more widely about all of the options and opportunities available to them andContinue reading
Lancashire Chamber Orchestra Featuring The Maia Singers Autumn Concert Purcell | Britten: Chaconne for Strings Elgar: Salut d’Amour Hodgson: Pizz and Pieces (World Premiere) Maia Singers: Various Schubert: Entr’acte from Rosamunde Symphony No.5 (final movement)Continue reading
World Mental Health Day took place on Thursday 10th October this year, in where we took to the Main Hall to initiate a much-needed conversation on the profound topic of mental health, what we canContinue reading
We are delighted to announce some fantastic news. Both our year 10 and year 11 squads have retained their titles of Trafford School champions. The year 10 final came down to a sudden death shotContinue reading
There was tough competition in the Bake Off tent (Lab 6), as the entrants all brought in their fabulous biology themed bakes for the judges to decide a victor. Lily in 7-5 prepared two cakes;Continue reading
On Sunday 22nd September, I took part in the NYO Inspire Day. NYO Inspire events provide an opportunity for young musicians to develop their ensemble playing skills, meet ambitious musicians from across the country, andContinue reading
On Friday, 27th September, the charity committee held a bake sale to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. An amazing number and array of cakes were brought in by students in a steady stream onContinue reading
AGGS PTA are hosting their third Auction Of Promises to raise much needed funds for our fantastic school. The auction is open to all parents and friends of the school. The Auction closes Sunday 13Continue reading
Co-operation ‘People in the same boat should help each other.’ (Chinese Proverb)