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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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Last week we were able to finish the Key Stage Three (Years 7-9) part of the House Football competition. This year, due to year group bubbles, some changes have been made to the event – with the years fielding an A, B and C team so all members of Years 7-9 could participate with each...
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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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Bronze Eco-Schools Award – December 2019 Aylesbury Grammar School is an active member of the national Eco-Schools programme. This is a student led programme involving hands-on learning that gets the whole school and the wider community involved in exciting environmental projects. Upon joining the Eco-Schools community, schools are provided with resources to work towards improving...
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On Thursday 23 January the Department for Education released the 2018-2019 data for Value Added at A Level. These figures tell us how much progress students who studied A levels made between the end of key stage 4 and the end of their A level studies, compared to similar students across England. The score is...
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“Creativity in Crisis” – The fall and rise of David Millar Friday 13th March 2020 / 7.30 pm – 11 pm Aylesbury Grammar School Foundation Hall Unfortunately this event is now SOLD OUT David is a former professional road cyclist and now a television commentator for ITV and BBC and works on a number of...
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