Altrincham Grammar School for Girls is aiming to create a network of former students. We believe that your connection to your school should not end when you leave, and we would like all our past pupils to keep in touch. We are therefore delighted to let you know that we are now working with the charity Future First to help to strengthen the links that we have with our former students and help to build a thriving, engaged alumnae community.
We would very much like for you to continue to engage with the school alumnae and ask that you sign up to our new alumnae database, using the following link: https://networks.futurefirst.org.uk/former-student/AGGS. In addition, if you know of any friends who are former students of the school, please do pass on the link to them. Please note, this will replace our old database and will become the only means of communication with our former students.
We hope that by strengthening our alumnae links, we will be able to offer support to our current students in many ways, including as career role models, work experience providers, mentors, governors and even fundraisers or donors. Whether former students have gone on to be graphic designers, sports coaches or surgeons, we want current students to understand the different options that are out there for them. Very simply: if former students can do it, so can they.
Parents who are AGGS Alumnae
We are looking for former students to sign up to our Alumnae database using the following link:
We hope that by strengthening our alumnae links, we will be able to offer support to our current students in many ways; including as career role models, helping with mock interviews, work experience providers, careers speakers, governors and even fundraisers or donors.
We would very much like for you to continue to engage with the school alumnae. In addition, if you know of any friends who are former students of the school, please do pass on the link to them.
If you are an ex Altygirl and would like to meet alumni members from AGGS & other local schools, Peter Booth has organised an informal get together at the Bulls Head in Hale Barns on Sunday 30th June from 12 noon For more details email email@example.com.
On 7 September 2019, 62 Old Girls came from all corners of both the world and Great Britain for a reunion at the school and afterwards at the Stamford Arms.
We held our school reunion on Saturday 15th September, starting at the school at 4.30pm. Our year entered AGGS in 1971, some girls left after â€˜Oâ€™ Levels in 1976 and others stayed on and did â€˜Aâ€™ levels in 1978.
It’s over two years since our group met up in 2016 at Cottons Hotel in Knutsford to celebrate our 63rd birthdays. We were all fifth formers in 1969 and spread across the five forms 5A, 5B, 5C1, 5C2 and 5C3 and.. Read more Â»
Saturday saw the 20 year reunion of the class of 1997. Mrs Hulme ran a tour with Mr Beddow to allow the Alumni to see how different..
Twenty of the girls who started at Altrincham Grammar School for Girls in 1969 met for a wonderful evening at Kings Court CafÃ©..
In April 2016, twenty five 63 year old ish ladies enjoyed a lovely dinner, drinks and lots of chat at Cottons Read more Â»
Reunion Organiser Mrs Kit Clay (nee Kathleen Finn in 5C3 ) continues to seek ladies who were in forms 5A, Â 5B, 5C1, 5C2 or 5C3 in 1968/9.
Kit has organised reunions since the 1980s with local lunches in Altrincham and larger parties on 40th, 50th and 60th birthdays.
Kit is keen to organise a BIG reunion in 2018 and attract as many ladies as possible from 1968/9.
Please contact her via email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01565 653364.
The Coffee Club will continue to be held at Altrincham Methodist Church on the first Friday in the month from 10.30am.
All are welcome to attend.
AGGS Alumnae on Social Media
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If you have any items of interest that you would like to share with other members of the Alumnae, please contact Kate Butt (email@example.com).