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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.

World Book Day 2019
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A day full of characters! All the children and staff dressed as their favourite book characters on Thursday, the older children read to the younger ones and we visited the library. Remember "Books can be dangerous. The best ones should be labelled 'This could change your life'." Read more on the He…

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World Book Day 2019
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What a wonderful assembly we had to start off our day. The children were grouped according to their author or genre. Read more on the Andreas School blog...

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World Book Day 2019
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Today, Ashley Hill celebrated World Book Day, with all children coming to school dressed as their favourite character. Throughout the day, classes will be joining forces to create stories and teachers will be swopping to read some of their favourite stories. All children will receive a £1 Book Toke…

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Hurrah! Hurrah! It's World Book Day!
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Today, we all dressed up as a character from a book. It was wonderful to see so many children with a copy of the book about their character. We will be posting lots and lots of photos of ourselves dressed up as our character! Check back in later today. I wonder who you would dress up as..... Read m…

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Trees for Life
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Panthers and Wolves classes braved the wet and wild weather to plant saplings at the Conrhenny Community Woodland as part of the Trees for Life initiative. Read more on the Victoria Road School blog...

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First Aid training
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This week the Glen Wyllin class had First Aid training from St John Ambulance learning lots of different skills. Have a look at our album for photos of the day. Read more on the Andreas School blog...

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