Christmas Concert at St Peter's Church
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The whole school visited St Peter's Church on Monday (17th Dec) to enjoy a carol service and round off our Christmas concerts. We walked the children through Onchan Precinct, where the children sang some lively tunes for the local shopkeepers, before heading down to the church. Whilst in the church…

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Choir sing at Christmas Concert
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Once again, the choir performed beautifully at Onchan Village Hall on Sunday 16th December. Invited by Onchan Silver Band, the children from Key Stage 2 showed what wonderful performers they are, singing a number of lively Christmas songs and accompanying the Band at the end. The choir have been in…

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Children presented with Commemorative coins
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We were delighted to welcome our local MHKs, Rob Callister and Julie Edge, into assembly yesterday to present the World War 1 commemorative coins to all children. I'm sure you'll agree that these coins are a lovely keepsake and reminder for the children of those who sacrificed so much for our futur…

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Tag Rugby Festival success
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This morning, sixteen of our Year 3 children took part in the Island Tag Rugby festival at the National Sports Centre. The three squads performed fantastically well and certainly improved their skills over the course of the morning, scoring lots of tries and having fun. Here's hoping this inspires…

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Hector Duff Visits Year 4/5
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Today (October 1st) the Year 4/5 classes were lucky enough to have a fantastic visit from Hector Duff. They listened to him describe his experience of WW2 including his time as a 'desert rat' and his involvement in the D-Day landings. The children had the chance to ask him questions about what is w…

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Fell Run Championships
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Last Saturday (29th September), 43 children from Year 2 to 6 took part in the Primary Schools' Fell Race at Bradda Head. All children finished their races and can be extremely proud of their efforts, showing a great deal of resilience to complete the challenging course. Fingers crossed for the same…

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Year 6 Roles and Responsibilities
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Since the start of term, Year 6s have been preparing themselves to stand for election and take on specific roles and responsibilities in school. Well done to all the Year 6s who took part in the election process and wrote speeches to deliver to their classmates. I am delighted to announce the follo…

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All-island Girls' Football Tournament
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Last Friday, 20 girls from Key Stage 2 took part in the all-island football tournament at The Bowl. The girls performed fantastically well and showed a huge amount of talent throughout the afternoon. It was particularly pleasing to see two squads taking part. Our Year 3/4 squad enjoyed the experien…

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Green Trees - Bronze Award
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I am delighted to announce that Ashley Hill has just received the Bronze Award for Green Tree Schools from the Woodland Trust. This recognises the school's commitment to encouraging outdoor learning and completing a range of environmental projects. Examples of activities include Key Stage 2 childre…

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