AGS Young Engineers F1 in Schools pupils entered two teams into the Scottish Regional Finals held at Inveralmond Community High School in Livingston. Both teams did extremely well taking 1st and 3rd places overall in the professional class they entered and winning a number of other prizes whilst they were there. They are now looking forward to the National Finals. Well done Teams Overdrive & Concorde!
After pupils consultation the Colours Committee have updated the Colours Criteria and application process. See power point below explaining the updates. A more detailed Colours Criteria can be found in the Pupils Achievements section of the website.
Well done to the following pupils who won the Anagram competition at the recent Opito Energise your future event. Megan Munro Caio Barbosa Eden Shaw Liam Smaaskjaer Haydn Oliver Dani Benny The pupils were given letters for answering questions and taking part in demonstrations throughout the day. All the letters made an anagram and AGS pupils were the first to figure out what it was – FUTURE TALENT All pupils received a…
Well done to the following S1 & S2 pupils who won the Robot Design element of the Tomorrows Engineers EEP Robotics Challenge Lego Space Challenge Competition at Dundee & Angus College on the Thursday 16th February: A great day was had by all! Luke Abernethy KD10 Lewis Ford B10 Fergus Gault KD10 Philip Gibson M15 Donnie Scott 1KD1 AbdurRaafi Shaikh 1KD2 Sethen Velmurugan KD15 Robert Escott B1 Callum Brampton B12 …
To celebrate the achievements of our pupils during the 1st term, our Achievement Ambassadors put together a PowerPoint presentation and Video which was presented to all houses in December. Enjoy! Powerpoint Presentation https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bz3Yu8ws6rOMLVRBcGFJeW1Gd1U Achievement Video https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bz3Yu8ws6rOMWmxTT1RjOTVKSDA
Chloe’s film titled ‘Sam’, which was created as a part of the BFI Film Academy, won the Best Film in the Young-Adult Drama Live Action Category at the Scottish Youth Festival in Edinburgh 2016.The filmed tackled issues including stereotypes and acceptance.
Well done to 3 pupils who won medals at the Scottish School’s Swimming Championships 2017! Great effort from them and the others that competed at the championships. Gaia Alcaras (S3) Gold – 200m Individual Medley Bronze – 100m Butterfly Jack Watson (S6) Silver – 200m Freestyle Bronze – 400m Freestyle Alice Alcaras (S5) Bronze – 200m Freestyle
Congratulations to Shona Fraser for her selection to the Scotland Women’s Volleyball Team. Shona will travel to Ireland with the Senior Women’s squad to play Ireland and Northern Ireland. These will be her first caps at senior international level, which is a huge achievement for someone that is only 16! Shona will also be the first ever Aberdeen Grammar Pupil to win a senior cap in volleyball.
November 2016 Clara Jane Maunder (S6) – Art Clara-Jane Maunder is an S6 pupil at Aberdeen Grammar School. She was invited to Junction Arts Gallery on Holburn Street to show them her work. They were so impressed that they asked if 2 of Clara-Jane’s pieces could be featured in their ‘Winter Exhibition’. They are on show in the gallery until January. Well done Clara-Jane!!!