Congratulations to everyone involved in Team AHS PE for being ranked at number 5 in the Top 100 Schools (and the number one all girls’ school!)
Thank you to our Eco Group who ran this brilliant event today and to everyone who donated clothes and who came to browse. What a great way to clear out your wardrobe and get some ‘new’ clothes for free – and it’s environmentally friendly too!
It’s estimated that more than two tonnes of clothing are bought each minute in the UK, more than any other country in Europe. That amount produces nearly 50 tonnes of carbon emissions – the same as driving 162,000 miles in a car.
From growing the cotton to the dyeing process, it can take an estimated 20,000 litres of water to make just one pair of jeans and one t-shirt. To put this into perspective, it would take more than 13 years to drink this amount.
So it was great to see clothes being recyled and reloved today and as it was so popular, we will definitely run this again next term – why shop when you can swap?!
Well done to everyone involved in the AGS / AHS joint performance last week. We were entertained with well known show tunes in the first half and then an entertaining adaptation of Guys and Dolls after the interval.
All 6 Year 7 forms spent a fun-packed day at Green Park last week, doing various team building activities and a high ropes challenge. As well as challenging themselves, they learnt a lot about working together and making friends.
Good luck to our F1 in Schools team for their international final at Silverstone this week! And thank you to Mr Cook for all his support with this.
Congratulations to all these Year 11s who were presented with their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award Certificates this week. A brilliant effort with their physical activity, skill and volunteering. Not to mention the expedition! Many thanks too to Miss Sheppard and the huge team of staff who give up so much time to support this.
We were thrilled to hear that former student Anna Henderson won a bronze medal for Great Britain at the World Road Cycling Championshops in Yorkshire yesterday. See the full story in the Bucks Herald: https://www.bucksherald.co.uk/news/people/former-aylesbury-high-school-pupil-wins-bronze-medal-at-road-cycling-world-championships-in-team-event-1-9081710
Congratulations to Georgia who took part in the @JDRFUK One Walk London yesterday and raised £720 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Here she is walking with Eastenders star, Johnny Labey discussing how they don’t let Type 1 Diabetes stop them. What a fantastic ambassador!
Come and find out what makes AHS an outstanding school. Open evening on Wednesday 25 Sept from 5.30. Open morning on Friday 27 Sept at 9.15. We look forward to welcoming you!
We are holding an Internet Safety Parent Workshop at AHS at 6.30 on Wed 9 Oct. Do come along to find out about what children and young people are doing online, the issues and dangers they face and how we can make them safer. Tickets £1 on Parentmail.