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GANF student wins 'Best Female Cadet'!
GANF student, Cadet Presley, won ‘Best Cadet’ at the ACF Junior Camp during half term!
She spent 5 days at Beckingham Training Camp with The ACF, taking in all the training and making new friends. Cadet Presley completed a number of different military tasks including, First Aid, map reading and, of course, how to march in step.
Fun at the Farm
Trent Class won ‘Class of the Term’ at the end of 2015, so they celebrated in style last week with a full class visit to the Fun Farm in Grantham.
The pupils had so much fun and even the staff had a go on the slides, which the pupils really enjoyed! So much laughing took place and pupils had endless fun exploring and climbing in the ball pools, tube slides, deck climbs and rope swings, the children were able to exercise their imagination fully!
Charity begins... in Wembley Class!During RE lessons this term, Wembley Class have been learning all about Charity work and why people do it. The pupils decided they wanted to hold their own charity event to raise money for FOSA, to help raise funds towards the new planned outdoor classroom at Ambergate. They raised a whopping £53.02!
We are delighted to announce that GANF have bagged £10,000 from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.
The supermarket teamed up with Groundwork to launch its Bags of Help initiative, which saw grants raised from the 5p bag levy being awarded to environmental and greenspace projects. The results have been announced and we will now begin work on bringing our Outdoor Science Project to life!
New Sponsors for GANF SportWith the help and support of our fantastic new sponsors, Mrs Asher from Community Books Ltd, and Mr & Mrs Burrow from Eternamedia Mandev and FOSA, Ambergate’s Upper School football team walked out for their most recent football match against Wilds Lodge in a brand new kit!
Ambergate Footy Triumph!
Ambergate’s Upper School Football Team travelled to Spalding on a wet and windy afternoon yesterday to face the Priory School.
The match started with both teams battling well but both struggling to keep the ball down on the muddy surface. After a scrappy opening, 20 minutes in, Ambergate Captain, Harry Foxon, opened the scoring with a superb individual effort. Foxon took the ball from his own half at pace, cutting in from the left and beating a defender, slotting the ball impressively past the goalkeeper into the far right hand corner. The goal immediately lifted the players and Ambergate were unstoppable for the rest of the half. Read more...
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