| Please make school aware if you do not permit any staff member to apply schools own sun cream to your child - letters have been sent home
|THEY'VE DONE IT!
Mr Maltby and Mr Caress have completed an immense 1,000 mile cycling challenge across the country to raise valuable funds for school activities. The teachers that took on the challenge were cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats with support from two other staff members, Mr Bogumsky and Mr Buckberry.
Listen to #TeamGANF's story on BBC Radio Lincolnshire hereClick here for the full story...To read their cycle diary, visit: https://www.facebook.com/lejog2016/ To sponsor them please visit: https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/lejog2016 THANK YOU!
The GANF Leaver Assemblies took place on Friday 24th June at both Ambergate and Sandon.
We say goodbye to 23 students this year whilst 6 students stay on into 6th Form.
GANF Instructor Rachel Page, was awarded the Andrew Wright Award last Friday at a Grantham College Awards Ceremony.
The Andrew Wright Award came as a complete surprise to Rachel, she was nominated by her College Tutors.
German Exchange 2016Our students are now in Germany on their annual exchange.
Click here to find out what they have been up to!
At Sandon School we are looking into life cycles within science lessons, in particular life cycles of chickens and butterfly’s.Rather than showing our pupils on the internet, we really wanted to bring the science curriculum to life. In order to achieve this, we have hired a chicken incubator and several indoor butterfly gardens, to enable our pupils across all the key stages to see new life emerging before their eyes, helping them to gain an understanding of life cycles first hand! And the chicks have now hatched!! Read more...
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.
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