Braddan Church visit
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Year 5+6 have been learning about local churches in the area. Now we are based at Meadow Campus, we were able to walk to Braddan Church. There is an 'old' church and a 'new' church. Rev. Daniel took us around the new church and told us some very interesting facts. More on the St Thomas' C of E Prim…

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Safer Internet Day - Tuesday 5th February
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Dear Parents, This week is Safer Internet Week at Cronk y Berry. Although our motto is to ‘be safe online every time’, we always take a week to focus on a specific eSafety aspect. Safer Internet Day 2019 will be celebrated globally with the theme: Together for a better internet We spoke to the chil…

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January 2019 Reading Champions
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Congratulations to the January Reading Champions! These pupils read the most in their class during the month of January. Well done! Regular daily reading has been to shown to positively impact on pupil attainment in all subjects. More on the Manor Park School website...

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Fair Trade Conference 2019
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Pictured are 3 of the pupils who represented Manor Park at the annual Fair Trade Conference at the House of Keys recently. They took part in a series of activities that considered trade inequality around the world. The pupils will also be recorded on Manx Radio this week, expressing their views abo…

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Beetle Drive
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Thank you to all the families and staff that came to the 'Beetle Drive' night on Friday evening. It was a lot of fun for all involved and raised over £150 for school projects. More on the Kewaigue School website...

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Papua Niugini
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Ta brastyl tree er ve gynsagh mychione Papua Niugini er y gherrid as yn chiaghtin shoh chaie dynsee shin beggan Tok Pisin. Ta tooilley caslyssyn ayns shoh: https://bunscoillghaelgagh.sch.im/gallery/albums/v...

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Papua Niugini
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Ta shin er ve gynsagh beggan Tok Pisin er y gherrid ayns Brastyl Tree. More on the Bunscoill Ghaelgagh School website...

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