Share na Veg; Decades of Inspiring Young People
Published in the Blog

From Culture Vannin, a short film about one of the most important centres of traditional music in the Isle of Man for over 45 years; Share na Veg. A Manx music group open to anyone in Bunscoill Rhumsaa. Starting in the 1970s at Albert Road School by the young teacher, Mike Boulton, it has gone thro…

Continue reading

Have You Signed Up For The Manx Youth Games 2021?
Published in the Blog

The Manx Youth Games supported by HSBC is the biggest multi-sport event for children on the Isle of Man which attracts over 1000 participants in 15 different sports. It is open to children in school Year 2 - 10. Due to COVID19 and the current lockdown young people have not had the opportunity to at…

Continue reading

All Island Schools Now Closed
Published in the Blog

From Manx Radio - story here All schools, nurseries and childminders across the Island will be closed tomorrow (Friday, 5 March). This includes buildings which had been open as hubs during the previous two lockdowns as well as King William's College and The Buchan. Government says the decision to c…

Continue reading

Parents Urged To Register Primary School Starters
Published in the Blog

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 Friday 11th February, to help make the transition smooth and enjoyable. The registration process for children who turn five in the next scho…

Continue reading

Plan Unveiled for Reopening Schools
Published in the Blog

Plans for the reopening of all Isle of Man schools will step up a gear this week. Schools closed on Thursday 7 January, except for 14 educational hubs maintained for vulnerable children and those of essential workers. This week, local hubs will be created at all primary schools to deliver a smooth…

Continue reading

Parents Asked To Keep Children At Home Where Possible
Published in the Blog

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…

Continue reading

Snow Problem for Years 5 & 6!
Published in the Blog

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…

Continue reading

Year Two Nativity!
Published in the Blog

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…

Continue reading

Year One Christmas Show!
Published in the Blog

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!

Continue reading