Craig Barrowman, Mobile Art School Coordinator at Gray’s recently delivered a workshop to all our S3 Engineering Graphics pupils during the week of 3rd of February. Pupils took part in the INTEGRATING ELECTRONICS workshop where pupils Design, make and test an object that will support 1 person, 60cm from the ground with limited range materials including electronic circuits. They used LittleBits modular electronic kits, where a design problem was introduced….
A group of S1 pupils as part of the Young Engineers Club extra-curricular activities participated in the regional final of the Tomorrows Engineers EEP Robotics Lego Challenge. This has involved working in a team on a variety of activities in school to produce a working robot they had to programme to complete a series of tasks. A small group of senior pupils have also were been involved in mentoring them…
A group of senior AGS pupils attended this year’s Opito Energise your Future event held on Thursday 13th of February at the P&J live. All pupils were welcomed by Jill Glennie, Director, External Affairs, OPITO and Trish Banks, Operations Manager, Subsea UK OPITO is the global, not-for-profit, skills body for the energy industry and hosts the Energise Your Future event alongside industry and membership body Subsea UK, annually during Subsea…
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Pictured here is our very own Mr Coe who is representing Scotland at Club rugby tonight in Dublin. Congratulations to him for being selected!
Art & Design Exhibition in conjunction with the DYW Senior Learner Pathways Evening.
Please find the deadline dates for the National 4/5 and Higher Design and Expressive folios attached.
During the House Assemblies this week, all pupils were given a very informative and thought provoking assembly to remember the Holocaust. Pictured are our senior pupils who delivered the assemblies.
Last year’s charity events for My Name’s Doddie Foundation raised £2800.
S6 pupils from Aberdeen Grammar and Oldmachar Academy gave a talk today at the Holocaust Memorial Day event at Aberdeen Art Gallery.