Parents Asked To Keep Children At Home Where Possible
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Parents are being asked to keep their children at home whenever possible and only use hub schools when strictly necessary. The Isle of Man Government is also strongly advising secondary age students and school staff who can wear face coverings to do so. The small number of students sitting assessme…

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Snow Problem for Years 5 & 6!
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The weather outside was frightful but our Year Five and Six children put on a delightful Christmas show this afternoon! A magical selection box of singing, folk music and traditional Manx verse meant that everyone in our packed hall went home full of Christmas spirit. An excellent show, very well d…

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Parents Urged To Register Primary School Starters
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https://www.gov.im/news/2020/dec/01/parents-urged-... Parents of children who will start primary school in 2021 are reminded to register them with a school by 31 January, to help make the transition smooth and enjoyable. The registration process for children who turn five in the next school year wi…

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Year Two Nativity!
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Our Year Two children presented a spectacular show to yet another full house this morning, telling the story of the Nativity through some wonderful, enthusiastic singing! It was a top notch performance in which every one of the children gave their all to make sure the audience left with a great big…

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Year One Christmas Show!
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A packed house this morning was treated to a wonderful performance by our Year One children, who put on a magical show for all of our visitors. With beautiful, clear voices the children told the Christmas story with songs and smiles! Very well done to all!

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We're Supporting 'Go Bright For Cruse'!
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Friday 4th December is 'Go Bright For Cruse' Day! It's National Grief Awareness Week from 2–8 December. Driven by The Good Grief Trust, this week-long event aims to try to normalise grief and get people talking about this typically uncomfortable subject on a national platform. Throughout this week,…

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An Invitation To New Starters!
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Is your child due to start school next September? Or the year after that? If so, then please come along to our open evening to see all that our terrific Reception team have to offer! You can visit the classrooms, meet the teachers and see some of the wonderful learning that our pupils enjoy during…

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Odd Socks Day 2020!
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Anti-Bullying Week got off to a flying start on Monday with everybody enjoying Odd Socks Day! It’s an opportunity to encourage people to express themselves and celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique - a message which is at the heart of Anti-Bullying Week. Our Year 5 children, wh…

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Odd Socks Day 2020!
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It's Anti-Bullying Week from Monday 16th November, and we're kicking things off by taking part in Odd Socks Day 2020! Simply wear odd socks to school for the day - there's no charge, it's just for fun!

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