| This Friday 24th March is a joint Non-Uniform day. Please bring in an item for the FOSA tombola stall and £1 for Comic Relief. Thank you :)
AMBERGATE IMPRESS IN SIX-GOAL THRILLER!
Ambergate travelled to Spalding to face the Priory school and impressed with a mature, determined and tactical performance against well-organised and talented opposition.The match was 11-a-side and played on a wet and muddy surface. The luxurious Ambergate astro-turf a far cry for the team who had to adapt quickly to their new environment. Spalding dominated the opening 10 minutes of the game but the Ambergate defence were disciplined and stood firm against a wave of attacks.
Firefighters from Grantham’s fire station visited Ambergate this week. This was organised as part of the students BTEC Public Services programme of study.
Four firefighters, Pete, Clive, Adam and Craig were absolutely brilliant with the pupils, engaging them for over 45 minutes in a discussion about the role of a firefighter during and outside of emergencies, as well as talking through the importance of public services such as fire & rescue.
Pupils develop their knowledge of being Eco friendly
On Friday 10th March GANF pupils and staff at GANF took part in “ECO Day”.
Eco-Schools empowers pupils to make positive change engaging millions of children across different countries, making it the largest environmental schools programme in the world.Environmental charity ‘Keep Britain Tidy’ is the Eco-Schools National Operator for England.
Former GANF pupil begins Apprenticeship
Harry attended Ambergate Sports College between June 2013 and June 2016.
Harry has Autism and struggled both with his learning and his behaviours. He had previously been excluded from school and was reluctant to return to education when he joined Ambergate. Harry was eventually successful in achieving qualifications including an English GCSE.
Sandon pupil honoured at this years ‘Children of Courage Awards’
Lucie Morris is a lively, beautiful, 6 year old pupil at GANF Sandon School. She has been honoured at the 2017 Grantham Rotary Club Children of Courage Awards.
Guests gathered at The Urban Hotel in Grantham to hear inspiring tales of bravery, with the lunch and prize giving organised by the Rotary Club of Grantham Kesteven. Lucie’s plaque was presented to her by Chris Davies, District Governor Elect, as well as Cllr Linda Wootten Mayor of Grantham and Cllr Judy Smith Chair of SKDC.
Pupils assess the teaching at GANF
On Tuesday 28th February the Ambergate School Council had the opportunity to assess the teaching at the school.
‘Learning Walks’ were timetabled around the site, which gave the pupils opportunities to look around other classes while lessons were being taught, to observe and ask questions, and to think about areas of strengths and areas for improvement.
100% record for our new GANF Footy Team
SINCIL SPORTS COLLEGE VS. AMBERGATE SPORTS COLLEGE – March 2017
For many of our students, this football match was to be their first and it showed! Leading up to the game all of the students were very excited and raring to get the fixture started.
Record swimarathon for GANF!On Friday 3rd February pupils and staff from Sandon and Ambergate participated in the 2017 Grantham Swimarathon event. The Swimarathon is a 3 day event that raises money for the Rotary Club, an organisation that supports local charities.