| Look out for the FOSA stall this coming Bank Holiday Monday at Denton Street Market :)
Pupil’s clean up GANF!
On Wednesday 19th April Ambergate pupils were on a mission to clean up GANF!!
The team at Soapy Joes Car Wash kindly agreed to let the pupils take the minibus (Mrs Evans was of course driving!), to their car wash on Dysart Road, Grantham, to teach the pupils some skills on how to clean the minibus.
Pupils to travel 800 ‘virtual’ miles to Germany!
Two years ago GANF opened a brand new indoor gym for its pupils, at the Ambergate Sports College site. The project was completely fundraised for and has provided the pupils with access to regular exercise. The gym came complete with Concept II Rowers, Adapted Fusion R Cycles, Cardio Wall, and an exercise area with ceiling hung punch bag.
Ascot Class Presentation
Ascot pupils have been working extremely hard over the past couple of weeks to prepare for their presentation.
For literacy, pupils wrote a play script based on the story of the three little pigs which they then performed for their parents. Pupils were able to get into character and put on a great, funny performance.
GANF Instructors create software to track and improve pupil’s PE!
Matt Page and Toby Ellis are both Instructors at GANF Schools. They have a personal interest in sport and as such have been heavily involved in physical education at GANF.
Matt and Toby decided to create a software package to track pupil’s individual PE performance, with a view to help them improve their performance and get children involved in sport outside of school.
Headingley Class Presentation
Headingley Class have been working very hard for the past 3 weeks on their Parent Class Presentation.
The children decided the content of 'their show' and worked really hard to get prepared. The programme of events decided upon was:
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 Visit GANF
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.