Teaching about the Isle of Man develops pupils’ sense of identity, enabling them to become positive and contributing members of society, showing care and tolerance to others, their environment, culture and way of life. Isle of Man schools are encouraged to operate teaching programmes which embrace the society, including Manx Culture, helping to develop a sense of pride. Creating first hand experiences that take learning beyond the classroom enables pupils to identify more easily with, and raises awareness of, their heritage and the Island as a unique place to live. Using local expertise from within and outside the school, including resources in the community to enrich the curriculum, ensures that pupils are proud of their backgrounds and beliefs and that they understand the society in which they live, including Manx Culture, but also the wider European and world context.

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