Honouring the heroes of the coronavirus pandemic… on stamps Our school is delighted to be taking part in Royal Mail’s Heroes Stamp Design Competition, honouring the heroes of the coronavirus pandemic. Eight pupils from primaryContinue reading
3 matted ivy fences, 2 wistful turrets, 1 bitter-sweet memory flowing down, Regardless of day or night, Drenching me in the bitter-sweet rain of ce qui aurait pu être, What could’ve been, What could’ve beenContinue reading
Thank you for all your wonderful entries for the Lockdown Showcase. We thoroughly enjoyed seeing what you all got up to and loved the diversity of creative outlets: it was really hard to choose aContinue reading
Thank you so much for all of your entries – we loved reading them! Check out everyone’s work below. 🙂 Abigail H, Year 7 Srihita K, Year 10 Raindrops stampeded down like bullets. Ikshita S,Continue reading
Crystal raindrop project a rainbow.
Torrents. Trunk shaking, branches breaking.
Colourful umbrellas engulfing city-centre
We had so many amazing entries for this half-term’s challenge, “tell us a story about a rainy day in 5 words”. We really loved all your ideas! The results are: Winner – Preet G, YearContinue reading
We hope you enjoyed the last competition! This half term’s competition is… Especially When Wet! We want you tell us about a rainy day in 5 words, so choose them carefully! The deadline for thisContinue reading
Creativity is a great way of escapism and to alleviate boredom during Lockdown. We want to see what you’ve been up to so, let your mind run free and enter the AGGS Lockdown Showcase! Writing, art,Continue reading
Take off your shoes to connect with yourself.
Cold, shivering, teeth chattering, I put my bare feet up against the fire. I feel a tingle of warmth and a sensation of joy rush through my blood.
Congratulations to the winners of this half-term’s creative writing competition, who had to write their entry in only two sentences! Everyone’s entries were excellent! The results are: Winner – Lauren M, Year 7 Runner upContinue reading
This half-term’s competition is on the theme… Barefoot! Simply tell us about the best or worst place to be without shoes in a maximum of 2 sentences! Deadline: Wednesday 10th February Email your submissions toContinue reading
This year the computer science department ran its annual Bebras competition. This is a logical thinking competition which is ran by Oxford university each year and asks pupils to complete online logical thinking puzzles inContinue reading
Grace G and Freya S, Year 10, have been selected as winners in the ‘Writing the Pandemic’ Competition run by the University of Manchester School of Creative Writing. This is a fantastic achievement, particularly given theContinue reading
The annual Living Edge School’s Art Competition took place at The Lowry on Saturday morning and as usual the work exhibited by all of the students was very impressive. Eve (Year 12) won first prizeContinue reading
Today Anum and Elysia have received confirmation that AGGS is now the official Guinness world record holder for the largest game of musical bumps! This is fantastic news and a huge thank you to allContinue reading
Nishi U in 10-7 (Child genius winner 2019) will be appearing on the Christmas special on Channel 4 over the holidays. She is captaining the Child genius team, who are competing against a team ofContinue reading
A huge congratulations to the Year 12 Mock Trial Team! On Saturday 30th November the Year 12 Mock Trial team took part in and won the Sir Rhys Davies School Mock Trial Competition in theContinue 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
‘Sail ho! Another booty tonight with the yellow iron Attack the ship and take with the bounty, ye rapscallion!’ A vulgar pirate glared at me, gold teeth glinting in the light A grotesque scar uponContinue reading
Miserably, the day plodded on as the grey clouds shrouded the heavens. The dim light of the dying sun buried itself below the horizon. The rain bled into the murky ocean solemnly, softly. At attentionContinue reading