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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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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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