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.

Year 5 Cycling Proficiency
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Year 5 have had a fantastic start to the week in cycle proficiency. This morning we completed our Level 1 certificates on the playground - tomorrow we will be progressing to the roads! Read more on the Michael School Blog...

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Naight Brastyl Barrule
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Brastyl Barrule have quickly got used to their new routines and have packed lots in to the first days of term! We have started our first topic, based on packaging, with an analysis of what makes a good lunchbox. We have been testing the properties of different materials and will be using our result…

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Art on the Beach
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We loved looking at the nature artworks created by artist Andy Goldsworthy, so we decided to go to our lovely beach and make our own. We hope you enjoy looking at them. Read more on the Michael School Blog...

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Daffodil Class Visit the Airport!
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Daffodil Class enjoyed their visit to Ronaldsway Airport as part of their topic 'Gateways to the World'. The children were very lucky and got to explore what goes on behind the scenes and even had chance to check in and receive their very own boarding card. It was the best trip and we all had a fan…

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Art on the Beach
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Inspired by the artwork of Andy Goldsworthy, Poppy Class visited Glen Wyllin beach to create their own. Go to the Gallery to see their beautiful art. Read more on the Michael School Blog...

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Michael Horticulture Show!
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Here are some photos of our prize-winning vegetables... plus a photo of our home-grown potatoes which we served for school dinner! Yum! Read more on the Michael School Blog...

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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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