Author: athorp

Women of Troy at Victoria Baths

It is known that the first appearances of Theatre in history occurs in Ancient Greece through the Greek Chorus, where actors would use nothing but their own skills to teach their audiences about the...

Year 8 Maths Interform

The morning of Tuesday 9th July was no ordinary one – it was time for year eight maths interform! We separated into different maths rooms and split into groups of five, all competing against...

Year 8 Dance Interform

On Monday 8th July, Year 8’s excitedly filed into the main hall and took our seats, ready to enjoy dance interform. We had spent the last few weeks working together in our forms –...

Interview with Mr Gough

Lakshaaya and Erin from the Media Team have interviewed the maths teacher, Mr Gough. How are you finding life at AGGS? I’m really enjoying it so far, all my classes are really fun to...

Charity Day 2018

Tis’ the season to be jolly as AGGS festivities for the end of term have begun! Every year, AGGS students attend/participate in a variety activities on charity day. Everyone arrived in their own clothes...

Good Food Show

This term, KS4 food tech students all went to The Good Food Show, a BBC run event lasting several days which they call “The ultimate experience for food lovers”. According to one student who...

Canteen Goes Green

As we face increasing pressure to save our planet from self- destruction, Sodexo is taking a step forward towards tackling environmental issues. With food waste alone triggering under 10% of carbon emissions, Sodexo has...

AGGS Music Festival 2018

On Wednesday 17th October, AGGS hosted its fourth annual Music Festival. Players of all instruments and standards came together in celebration of some fantastic music. We were delighted to welcome music teachers Mrs Helen...

The AGGS Bake Off Final

On Wednesday, 9 keen bakers faced the Bake Off ‘Showstopper Challenge’ from the popular TV show, The Great British Bake Off, in the hopes to win the Star Baker trophy and impress the judges....