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Posts Tagged ‘Citizenship’

  • Newsletter Issue 7

    24th May 2019
    Goodbye Year 13, Mental Health Awareness Week 2019, sccesses for our students in MFL, Citizenship, Maths, Design & Technology, sport, music and...More
  • Greater Manchester Youth Combined Authority (GMYCA) Election

    19th December 2018
    As Trafford’s representative in the Greater Manchester Youth Combined Authority, I attended our 8th meeting in November where we had an election to choose a chair. Upon arrival, we were interviewed by a reporter from the...More
  • Let’s Talk Youth Conference 2018 Report

    19th November 2018
    Earlier this week on Thursday, 7 AGGS students from years 7-10 were invited to attend the annual Let's Talk Youth Conference held by Trafford's Youth Cabinet. The gathering was jammed packed full of talks from members of...More
  • GCSE Citizenship trip to Sale Town Hall to spectate a Citizenship Ceremony

    15th October 2018
    On the morning of Tuesday 9th of October, Year 10 GCSE Citizenship Class 1 took a trip to Sale Town Hall to spectate a Citizenship Ceremony. Because we are currently studying immigration and multiculturalism, it was very...More
  • MUN Success, October 2018

    11th October 2018
    On the weekend of the 6th and 7th October, AGGS brought our MUN team to the Model United Nations conference at Cheadle Hulme, representing DR Congo and Kazakhstan: MUNCH. Schools from all over the country were present and...More