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 an amazing number of boxes were filled. The year 11 Charity Committee and the form Charity reps carried the boxes of food down to the main hall, where it was arranged on the stage with the help of the Charity Committee.
Please fill up the cardboard box in your form room with whatever items from the list below that you/your family can spare:
- Tinned carrots and peas
- Tinned tomatoes
- Tinned spaghetti
- Jars of pasta sauce
- Jars of jam and honey
- Coffee and hot chocolate
- UHT fruit juice or cordial
- Snacks both savoury and sweet
All items donated will be taken to Trafford South Food Bank
Your cardboard boxes will be collected by the charity committee on the week beginning Monday 7TH OCTOBER
MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Cake Sale Friday 27th September at Rec in the Main Hall
And the winner is…
On behalf of the Charity Committee I am delighted to announce this term’s prize winner for the Form raising the most amount of money for The Wellspring (Stockport) as 7-1, well done. I would also like to thank everyone for all the amazing contributions and individual efforts which have resulted in a fabulous combined AGGS donation total of…
£490.91 (and there’s still time to add to that total this week for those of you who may have been distracted by trips, Interform, exams, memory loss, etc. – if you could please pay your collected pennies in to the Finance Office)
Thank you, thank you thank you
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 the year for homeless and disadvantaged people plus advice on housing, debt, jobs health (with a nurse available 2 days a week and a doctor 2 days a week) and drugs and alcohol and classes in English, Maths, IT and Art. They provide advocacy on benefit and housing appeals and aim to promote health, safety and confidence building.
All Forms are invited to raise money to support this charity (with a non-uniform day prize before for the Form raising the most amount of money).
Thank you and good luck!
I would just like to thank all students and parents for their support for the charity events that have taken place over this past year. As a school, we have managed to raise an incredible amount of money for several charities including Mind, Age UK, Back on Track, Macmillan, Comic Relief, UNICEF and Prevent Breast Cancer.
Some events that we have organised include the first ever AGGS Static Bike Challenge, the AGGS Sportathon, Macmillan and Children in Need case sales, Red Wednesday and a Staff Car Wash.
You may like to watch a video that we have made that showcases all the fundraising events that have taken place since May 2018 so please click the link below to watch it:
Thank you all again,
Student Leader for Charity
The Charity Committee would like to thank everyone for supporting the recent charity events, which we have run in aid of Prevent Breast Cancer. These events have included the competitive static bike ride in the Main Hall and the Sportathon at the devisdale, as well as ‘Pink Day’ – where students donated a pound to wear a pink accessory.
The Charity Committee also enjoyed raising over £330 at Altincham Football Club last Saturday, collecting money and selling raffle tickets for the raffle, which we drew at half time. A big well done to Poppy C for being the child mascot and leading the two teams out at the beginning of the match.
We have consequently managed to raise a total of £2220 for Prevent Breast Cancer. Thank you again to everyone who has donated to this wonderful charity.
Due to popular demand the static bike ride will be returning on Monday, with a star lineup of teachers to be announced!
Current top teacher: Mr Carr
Current top student: Lucy P 7-6
Also in aid of Prevent Breast Cancer we have a Sportathon running next Tuesday lunch at the devisdale. People pay a pound to participate and there will be five stations which you each have a minute at to collect as many points as possible. There will be a prize for the person who has the most number of points and for the winning form.
Once again this is open to students and teachers!
We have been running a charity static bike ride this week in aid of Prevent Breast Cancer. People pay a pound and cycle 1km as fast as they can.
Today is the last day for this event!
The top time to beat at the moment to win the prize is Ellie H- 69 seconds We have had over 40 students and a great turn out from teachers with Dr Yong, Mrs Loxhan, Mrs Ogunmwiya, Mr Dickson (top teacher 65 seconds), Mr Walker, Mrs Turpin, Mrs Hodgson and Mrs Ryan taking part it is still open to any other teachers who want to take part.