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News

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  • Ski Trip 2019

    Published 12/03/19
    In February half term 42 Year 9 students all went to Salzburger, Austria on a seven day ski trip. We left on Friday morning (in a sea of bright pink Shottery hoodies) for a 27 hour coach journey to the hostel.  We were full of excit
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  • Year 11 Theology Trip to Girton College, Cambridge - Student Review

    Published 12/03/19
    The day began with a talk by Dr Hilary Marlow, where we all discussed and broke down the question ‘What on earth is Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion?’. It was really interesting getting to know what others’ perspectives
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  • Diamond Year 7 Readers Vote With Their Hearts

    Published 06/03/19
    It's official: the best book written over the past six decades is Ele Fountain's 2018 novel Boy 87!  This term,  a gaggle of forty Year 7 book aficionados have been busily reading 12 of the best books written over the past si
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  • Letter From The Parent of One Of Our Alumnae

    Published 14/02/19

    We had such a lovely letter from the father of one of our alumnae, we wanted to share it...

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  • SGGS Intermediate Team Wins District Rotary Youth Speaks Competition

    Published 14/02/19
    Congratulations to Phoebe Fitzpatrick (Year 8),  Aparajita Gupta (Year 8), and Scarlett Rawbone (Year 9) who triumphed in the Intermediate age category of the annual district Rotary Youth Speaks Competition held at The Croft School on February 1
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  • SGGS School Production of 'Into the woods' - Book Your Tickets and Watch The Trailer Here...

    Published 28/01/19

    The SGGS Drama department has again created a fantastic production for our enjoyment.  

    A musical weaving together characters from a variety of fairy tales who then interact in a series of quests. Characters from Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, Cinderella and Rapunzel join forces to help a childless baker and his wife in their wish to begin a family.

    This year, we are selling tickets through Eventbrite, which means that guests can book their seats in advance, giving you time to enjoy a pre-performance refreshment. 

    Performances:

    7pm Thursday 7 February
    7pm Friday 8 February
    2pm Saturday 9 February (Matinee Performance)
    7pm Saturday 9 February.

     

    Book your tickets through Eventbrite HERE

    PLEASE NOTE: THOSE NEEDING WHEELCHAIR ACCESS OR ANY ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CONTACT THE SCHOOL BEFORE BOOKING YOUR TICKETS.

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  • SGGS German Exchange Programme - A Student Report

    Published 25/01/19
    On the bus from the airport, there was a lot of anxious chatter as we made our way to our host school which was situated next to the grand Nymphenburg Palace in Munich. We were slightly nervous, but also excited about meeting our German partners.
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  • Bronze Arts Award for SGGS Student

    Published 25/01/19
    Recently I completed my Bronze Arts Award through The Drama Club in Stratford-upon-Avon.  Arts Award is a scheme which is like DofE but for the creative arts.  The Bronze level is split into four parts: a. take part, b. be the audience, c.
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  • Student Review - ITG LIVE! Trip

    Published 25/01/19

    On Thursday 17 January, seven of our students were lucky enough to be invited along to the ITG Live Show, to listen to talks from Professor Brian Cox, Randi Zuckerberg and Mary Portas.  It was a fantastic opportunity, and the students were all asked to share some of their thoughts about their day…

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  • Drama - Spring Term Creative Project...

    Published 15/01/19
    The SGGS Drama Department has launched into the Spring Term with a brilliant new creative project.  Spanning all year groups, it invites students to respond to a stimulus, in this case part of a script from Ian Kershaw's 'The Greatest
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Published on 19th April 19