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Our Open Evening for current Year 5 parents and students will be on Monday 11 July (5:45pm – 8:45pm)
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We are delighted to extend our congratulations to Ben (Ridley 12), Nick (Paterson 12) and Silas (Denson 12) for being appointed as the Head Boys of School for 2022-2023. The current team of Aayman, Ed and Matthew have done a fantastic job of leadership through challenging and changing times for the students. They go on...
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Here at AGS we provide a unique environment of support where our students are encouraged to ask questions and to challenge themselves. They are inspired to grow and thrive in all aspects of society, both within their academic studies and in the wider world. As well as academic excellence, we understand the importance of learning about...
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A jubilant Phillips House, with a similarly ecstatic Mr Goodchild, celebrate their fantastic triumph in this year’s House Music competition. Following the inevitable cancellation of the 2021 edition performers and audience alike thoroughly enjoyed this flagship event, showcasing the many musical talents of all six AGS Houses… As February 2022 arrived so did the highly...
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The Headteachers and Principals of Aylesbury secondary education establishments have jointly released a statement after the publication of qualification outcomes this week After 18 months of challenge, change and disruption, we celebrate our students and staff for their resilience, effort and integrity. Read the statement here.
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Mr Ramsbottom, Head of Year 13, is doing something amazing for our students and to raise awareness of the incredibly important charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). His aim is to create a CRY hardship screening fund here in School to set up a screening day at AGS in the Autumn.  Mr Ramsbottom is tackling...
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There is a fabulous new page on the website of the History of the House System at AGS. Discover when each of the Houses were founded and who they are named after, as well as the two Trophies they compete for. The Brodie Trophy was introduced in 1939 in memory of Mr Palmer Brodie, a...
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Despite the constant questions and lack of certainty, last week was relatively quiet from the government. You will no doubt be following the many news articles and statements from the Prime Minister, Health Secretary, and Education Secretary. As we approach February Half Term in three weeks time, all we know is that the DfE will...
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As we exit the lockdown, Buckinghamshire enters into national Tier 2 restrictions called High Alert. The Department for Education have updated their guidance for this current alert level. As a result, we will continue with the current restrictions with staff and students not experiencing any changes. As a reminder, face coverings remain mandatory in transit...
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This year, we didn’t let the challenges of a pandemic stop us – through adversity to creativity. We’re delighted to be able share this year’s incredible contributions in our online exhibitions. Congratulations to Hampden House for their win. A terrific exhibition from all the houses – enjoy the links below and thank you to all...
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