House Captains Lay Wreath at Douglas War Memorial
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MANOR PARK NEWS: Pictured are three of our House Captains who laid a wreath at Douglas War Memorial on Sunday to mark 100 years since the end of World War One. The children attended the Service of Remembrance at St Thomas' Church before parading to the War Memorial. The children represented their s…

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World Kindness Day
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VICTORIA ROAD SCHOOL NEWS: Tuesday 13th November 2018 is World Kindness Day! Hospice Isle of Man have very kindly sent each student on the island a small token to enjoy and share with others. They have invited people to share their acts of kindness using #compassionateiom Read more on the school we…

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Remembrance
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BRADDAN SCHOOL WRITES: We were very proud of our children last week, who took part in a variety of activities with different pupils and different teachers. They showed respect and understanding of a wide range of issues connected with the First World War. Every child and member of staff painted a p…

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Frogs and Monkeys to the Castletown War Memorial
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VICTORIA ROAD SCHOOL NEWS: On Tuesday morning the Frogs and Monkeys walked to Castletown Square to look at the War Memorial. The children looked at the names on the memorial to see if any of the men and women named shared their or their friends names. We then discussed the impact WW1 had on Castlet…

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Hartford Homes helps Onchan Foundation Stage
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ONCHAN NEWS: As part of our development of the outdoor area in Foundation Stage, we decided that they would like to create a loose parts shed for the children to use. The only problem was, we had no loose parts! After reaching out to Hartford Homes to see if they could lend a hand, we were over the…

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Remembrance Assembly
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KEWAIGUE NEWS: The School Council visited the Santon War Memorial to lay a wreath on behalf of the school in readiness for the services taking place this Sunday. Read more on the School Blog...

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