Published: Friday, 12 February 2021 15:11
Welcome back to the start of a new school year!
Here is our first Newsletter for 2021 with details of our excellent examination results and much more.
Published: Thursday, 10 December 2020 15:46
The AGGS 2020 YEARBOOK
In the year of Covid our Publications Committee has done a phenomenal job of producing the
‘not to be missed – must have a copy’ AGGS 2020 Yearbook.
This lasting memory of an incredible year is available for purchase for $20 each.
Payment can be made by bank transfer to the following account
12 3209 0059410 00 - AGGS Board of Trustees
In the reference section please put your name and AGGS Yearbook. You can pick up your copy from the School Office until 18 December anytime between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and again from 18 January and of course at anytime after the start of school 2021.
Published: Tuesday, 01 December 2020 10:25
This is our last Newsletter for 2020. Our last day for this year is Wednesday 9 December when we conclude the year with our Junior Prizegiving, which starts at 10.30 a.m.
We wish everyone a safe and relaxing summer break and look forward to our new students joining us for a welcome powhiri on the first day of Term 2021, Tuesday 2 February at 9.15 a.m.
Published: Tuesday, 17 November 2020 10:32
Tuesday 10 November was another wonderful day of celebrating our senior students hardwork, commitment and achievements at the end of a year like no other.
At Prizegiving once again our students received an amazing number of scholarships and grants from Universities throughout NZ, including:
Published: Friday, 13 November 2020 10:40
On Thursday 5 November all of our Year 13 students were awarded an alumni pin from the AGGS Foundation to commemorate and celebrate the end of their secondary school journey. The ceremony was followed by a morning tea.
The Auckland Girls’ Grammar School Foundation is committed to bringing together the school’s community, past and present, in the spirit of the school’s traditions of inclusive diversity, friendship, cooperation and celebration: to support the school to deliver education which realises each girl’s potential.
Published: Friday, 30 October 2020 08:52
On Wednesday 28th October, 16 Year 10 AGGS students attended the Engineering Young Māori Minds Day. The focus of this event was for Māori students to explore and experience a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) learning environment that is fun, safe and immersed in tikanga Māori and whakawhanaungatanga. The girls worked in teams to complete STEM challenges such as building a catapult, designing and building a robotic insect and a waka that could travel on both land and water. They were competing against Māori students from other schools but AGGS was the only all girls school attending. The challenges weren’t easy, requiring problem solving, creativity, perseverance and lots of cooperation and teamwork.
The girls loved every part of the day, especially the prizegiving at the end, where AGGS was presented with the first place trophy. Tino pai rawa atu!