FORMER AMBERGATE PUPIL GRADUATES WITH A DEGREE AND A LOT MORE
Cameron Ross, a former pupil at Ambergate Sports College, has just graduated with a 2:2 Degree in Theology and is now going on to do a Masters.
Cameron left Ambergate in 2014, aged 16, and went on to Christ Hospital Sixth Form School in Lincoln to study BTEC Travel and Tourism, and extended GCSE Maths and English. Leaving Lincoln 2 years later, he attended Capernwray Hall Bible School in Lancashire during 2016.
GANF Schools Operations Manager receives SRMA Accreditation from the DfE
We are delighted to announce that Claire Woodlock, Schools Operations Manager for four CIT schools (Ambergate Sports College, Sandon School, Greenfields and Foxfields), has recently been accredited by the DfE as a School Resource Management Advisor (SRMA).
Claire is now one of the national SRMAs who are deployed into schools having financial difficulties. Her expertise in schools’ finance was exactly what the DfE were looking for.
Coronavirus Update 27th May 2020
Following Government Guidance Sandon and Ambergate schools are in readiness to reopen on the 1st June.
Parents of pupils attending have been contacted and informed of arrangements.
The schools will continue to review risk assessment procedures in line with Government updates.
Thank you again for your continued support, and keep checking our website and social media regularly.
Child of Courage Awards 2020
As a school we are always excited to receive an invitation to attend the annual Children of Courage Awards, hosted by the Grantham and Kesteven Rotary Club. The award’s purpose is to recognise children who have demonstrated courage, despite the odds, in overcoming physical, economic, social disabilities or impairment (mental or physical). GANF took pride in nominating Sophie Hall from Ambergate and Theo Wilson from Sandon to receive an award.
Well Being and Online Safety advice for parents and carers during extensive periods at home
With the country grasped by a series of measures to restrict movement whilst encouraging people to stay at home, such situations can be difficult for all of us to comprehend.
It is important that you look after your physical and emotional wellbeing as best as possible.
World Book Day 2020
World Book Day is a registered charity on a mission to give every child and young person a book of their own. It’s also a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it’s a celebration of reading. In fact, it’s the biggest celebration of its kind, designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and marked in over 100 countries all over the world.
Sport Relief 2020
Another Sport Relief saw GANF pupils dress up as their favourite sports stars and take part in sporting activities throughout the day on Friday 13th March.
At Sandon School, the pupils dressed up and carried out a range of sporting tasks throughout the day, with a focus on sensory activities to suit the needs of all the pupils.
Hampden Class Presentation 2020
Hampden Class recently opened their doors to parents, carers, family and friends for their annual class presentation.
The pupils couldn’t wait to showcase all of the things they have been doing over the past few terms and even offered some German food for everyone, which they had really enjoyed tasting.
Leamington Class Presentation 2020
Leamington pupils were fantastic in their class presentation when they presented to parents and carers.
It was daunting to begin with and a few pupils got the giggles when 12 adults walked in!
The presentation began with a warm welcome and the pupils then shared what they have been learning in English and maths – they shared work they had produced and facts they have learnt.
Ambergate pupil’s ‘double win’ at Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts 2020
The Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts first took place in February 1997. The aim of the Festival, which is open to performers of any age and ability, is to encourage talent and raise standards in all our disciplines, by providing a friendly yet competitive forum.
The Festival takes place over three weeks during February each year. From small beginnings, it now attracts 3000+ performances from across the East Midlands regions.