The vision of where or who you want to be is the greatest asset you have.
Well done to Róisín V (8-1) her sister Orla (who joins AGGS in Sept), Grace & Esther. They competed in the Kirkby Lonsdale band contest in the training section & came 1st. They are membersContinue reading
Rob Drummond and Erin Carrie from the linguistics department at MMU came to speak to the year 10s on 17th June in their English lesson, on studying linguistics at university. They then delivered a workshopContinue reading
We are delighted to let you know that two of our outstanding young Year 11 GCSE artists have successfully had their artwork accepted for the Royal Academy Summer Show. It is an online exhibition whichContinue reading
A lot of people assume RS is just a study of a few different religions, maybe the differences between them or the practises which may be involved in them. In actuality, it’s far from this.Continue reading
For the remainder of this term the Charity Committee has elected to support The Wellspring (Stockport) which is a non-profit organization aiming to provide food, drinks, clothing and a hot shower every day of theContinue reading
The Bowdon Club are hosting this fantastic event on Friday 28th June. The England team will include Mark Ramprakash (who also starred on Strictly), Matthew Hoggard, Ryan Sidebottom and Glen Chapple. We are working withContinue reading
A mistake that makes you humble is better that an achievement that makes you arrogant.
Three of our Year 7 students have been shortlisted for their entries to the Altrincham Messenger competition, building a model to show what they love about the town. Their entries will be on display inContinue reading
For the past couple of months, the whole of year 9 have been working on a Campaign Makers project in their Citizenship lessons. This project has led them to learning about social issues in theirContinue reading
Six of our Year 9 pupils travelled to Sheffield on Monday 20 May to take part in the regional final of the Translation Bee competition. All six pupils competed to a very high standard againstContinue reading
We are coming to the end of an exciting three-year project which has linked AGGS with schools France, Spain, Germany, Denmark and Latvia. Students in Years 11 and 12 have had the opportunity to participateContinue reading
On Tuesday 14 May x10 Year 8 students attended the Manchester Digital Her Roadshow at the Mercure, Bowdon Hotel. The day was put together with volunteers from GCHQ, Autotrader, Manchester Science Partnerships and Bjss. TheContinue reading
Can you name the Muslim female World War 2 veteran who was awarded a George Cross for bravery? What was the name of the first mosque in Britain and who founded it? Where does theContinue reading
Hi AGGS! In year 9 we’re doing a project called Campaign Makers, where my group and I had to choose a social issue that we were especially passionate about and also a charity that promotesContinue reading
Nishi, Nell, Anni and Thenuki who won second place in the UKMT regional finals last month were also qualified for the National Finals as their score was a high achieving second place team. This willContinue reading
See the possibility, not the problem.
The National Badminton Finals took place in Milton Keynes over the Bank Holiday weekend. Our students came 7th in the competition. It was a very tough competition but our students played exceptionally well! Congratulate toContinue reading
Mrs Walker and Mrs Gillibrand along with two of our Y12 Digital Leaders Rebecca and Ojas were privileged to have been invited last Wednesday 1 May to UKFast to share their celebrations in being awardedContinue reading
On Thursday, 2nd May we held our World of Work (WoW) Day for our Year 8 students. We invited in 8 of our alumnae to deliver a series of talks on what they have doneContinue reading
AGGS String Orchestra have won a place at the finals of the prestigious National competition of Music for Youth. This comes as no surprise, given the standard of the playing of this orchestra, and theContinue reading
During February Half Term (9-12th April) the RS department took 32 students to the Italian city of Rome. The trip was organised to study the concept of ‘pilgrimage’, a topic Year 7 will study asContinue reading