Welcome to our school!

At Bunscoill Rhumsaa our aim is to ensure that our pupils are happy, healthy, confident and equipped with the attitude, skills and knowledge to make the most of the world around them - the secrets of success!

We provide an exciting, engaging curriculum which is packed with a wide range of learning activities. It is knowledge and skills based, providing comprehensive coverage with literacy at its heart and purposeful cross-curricular links. We also provide a full program (PATHS) devoted to helping our children to develop the social and emotional learning skills to enable them to make positive choices throughout life.

Our website is here to share some of the terrific learning our children enjoy here at the school - if you'd like to find out more, please get in touch to arrange a visit!

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Starting School In September 2023?
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If you have a child who is due to start school in September 2023, we'd like to invite you to come and visit our beautiful Reception classrooms on the 29th November! You'll be able to have a good look at all the wonderful things that go on, meet our staff and ask any questions you might have about s…

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Rock Kidz Rock Rhumsaa!
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We had such a great day with Rock Kidz last week as part of their tour of the Isle of Man! They worked with every year group in the school, promoting great messages about positivity, well-being and self-esteem through awesome rock songs and an incredibly high energy work shop! It all finished with…

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Year 5 | Power Maths!
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Some lovely maths work in Year 5 this morning, where our pupils are practising their addition skills. In upper Key Stage 2, children build on secure foundations in calculation, and develop fluency, accuracy and flexibility in their approach to the four operations. They work with whole numbers and a…

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Reception | A Visit From the Fire Brigade
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We loved welcoming the Fire Brigade to school yesterday - don't worry, no emergency! They were here to talk with our Reception children as part of our learning about our local community and the people who help us. The children enjoyed some great learning, and especially had fun taking turns with th…

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