We are delighted to announce that a new S1-3 Girls’ Cycling Club will be starting on Thursday 18th May! The club is aimed at all levels of ability and will focus on increasing cycling confidence and skills in a fun and sociable environment.
There are mountain bikes and brand new helmets and gloves available to borrow from school if you don’t have your own.
Booking is essential, please click here to apply http://bit.ly/ASAlford or see Kerry (Active Schools Coordinator) in PE for more information.
Alford Golf Club are valued partners of Alford Academy and our pupils are increasingly working with the club throughout our curriculum.
Our S3 Business pupils are bringing learning outcomes to life with students working on the clubs advertising and marketing to improve their social media presence and office handling.
Our Hospitality Foundation Apprenticeship students have been working in the kitchen and front of house to develop their hospitality/teamwork and communication skills which has been very successful.
ALFORD GOLF CLUB
The Golf Club would like to invite all non golfing members to an introduction to golf taster session on Saturday 13th May.
Come along to this free event to learn the basics of golf with our coaches. Then into the clubhouse for a refreshment afterwards.
Young junior (12 and under) 11.00 – 12.00
Adults 13.00 – 14.30
For more details or to reserve a place, please contact the club on 019755 62178 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are excited to be starting a new S1-3 Active Girls Club on Monday 6th February 1.30-2pm in the games hall. The first session we will be playing netball, no sign up needed just come along and play. For more information see Kerry/Fiona in PE or email email@example.com
The newly formed U18 Boys Basketball Team have recently been gaining match experience. The team were entered into the Scottish Cup Tournament and had to play Robert Gordons College in the first round. The were required to play a home and away fixture. The first home fixture showed the teams lack of experience and, unfortunately, they had a considerable loss against the much more experienced RGC. However, the team saw the benefit of this match experience and dealt admirably with the loss.
The Away fixture took place at the Beach Leisure Centre in Aberdeen on Monday 14th November. The team went into the game holding their heads high and with an excellent attitude of not worrying about the scoreboard but focussing on specific aims throughout the game quarters. Although the team were defeated, the score was much closer, with the team showing a much stronger defence and taking more control of the pace of the game. The team was led by their captain William and vice-captain, Ben, and the top game scorer over both matches and so earning ‘man of the match’ was Charlie. Huge thank you to Miss Baker for accompanying the team with Mrs Niven and to our referee, assistant referee, and table officials (pupils in the school) for allowing Alford to host a match. The team will not make it through to the next round of the Scottish Cup, but we have more friendly fixtures organised to gain further experience and hope to enter the tournament again next year. The team’s dedication means they are prepared to extend their Monday training session from 1 hour to 2 hours and they have some new highly experienced and qualified coaches coming in to work with them each week. The team wish RGC the best of luck in the next round of the Scottish Cup.