What we've been up to…
Here you'll find reports about E4L in our Island schools...

Essentials for Learning as a concept is driven by the Isle of Man Department of Education Sport and Culture and its 37 school settings. If you've got something you'd like to see featured, we'd love to hear from you.

A thank you from Hospice Isle of Man
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We have been helping Hospice Isle of Man to make special 'Back Home' boxes for people who are returning home alone from a stay in Hospice. Hospice have been working with the Co-op to design posters and children were asked to draw a food item that could go in a hospitality box. This is one of the wi…

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Greetings in Manx
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As part of Manx National Week, Isle of Man Post Office is encouraging the promotion of its recently launched ‘Greetings in Manx’ stamps that have been produced in collaboration with Culture Vannin. They are designed to encourage popular use of the Manx language. The set of stamps are a picture of a…

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Millennium Football Competition 2019
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Last Saturday the football team took part in the Island Primary Schools’ Millennium Football Competition. They all willingly gave uni their Saturday morning to represent the school and were brilliant ambassadors for us. They embodied our core values of caring, friendliness and respect. They came th…

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Big Noise 2019
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It was an absolute pleasure to watch our Year 6 children perform at Bemahague last night (1st July) as part of the Big Noise concert. The concert plays a big part in our Year 6s transition up to high school, with them getting to know their new surroundings and building up friendships with children…

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Environmental awareness
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In the wake of Bill Dale's visit to school and his generous donation of litter pickers, one family took up the challenge of helping to clean up their village. Thanks to them, the school grounds are even cleaner. Thanks Guys. Looking after the environment certainly begins close to home. Find out mor…

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Our Flower Festival flowers
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Reception and Year One children made this beautiful up-cycled flower quilt from pre-loved clothing and a duvet cover. Everyone drew on the leaves to make them more interesting and realistic and the children who wanted to learn to sew, using a real needle, made the flowers. The children even sewed t…

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Our Flower Festival flowers
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Reception and Year One children made this beautiful up-cycled flower quilt from pre-loved clothing and a duvet cover. Everyone drew on the leaves to make them more interesting and realistic and the children who wanted to learn to sew, using a real needle, made the flowers. The children even sewed t…

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Sports Day Winners
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Congratulations to Greeba House who scored the most points at this years Sports Day. Pictured is the Greeba House Captain receiving the winning trophy from Mrs Forrester. Read more on the Manor Park School blog...

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