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Archive for 2014

  • Hockey Success

    19th December 2014
    For the first time in the school’s history, Altrincham Grammar School for Girls’ U14, U16 and U18 hockey teams reached the National Schools’ North of England Finals at Leeds University placing them joint 5th in the...More
  • Early closure on Friday 19th at 2pm

    16th December 2014
    The school will be closing for the Christmas break at 2pm on Friday 19th December, although the Library will remain open until 3:30pm. School reopens on Monday, 5th January 2015 at normal...More
  • UN Women London Presentation

    12th December 2014
    Last Saturday at 7am Jade, Amy, Eleanor of year 11 and Mrs Bowyer boarded the train to London with the charity SAFE. SAFE is campaigning and working to see the end of human trafficking within the sex industry. Our pupils got...More
  • Sixth Form Book group – ‘The Reader’ by Bernard Schlink

    12th December 2014
    On Wednesday 2nd December 18 sixth form students and Miss Devlin travelled to Manchester High School for Girls to attend 6th Form Book group. The book being discussed was Bernhard Schlink's 'The Reader'. This proved to be a...More
  • In Citizenship: Since 9/11 Educational Speaker- Competition – Win a visit to NEW YORK

    8th December 2014
    On Wednesday the organisation Since 9/11 visited the school and Edward Parsons spoke to a range of pupils. Year 10 General Citizenship students, the Model United Nations team and the Year 11 GCSE Citizenship enjoyed engaging...More