Failt erriu gys ynnyd-eggey y Vunscoill Ghaelgagh!

Welcome to the Bunscoill Ghaelgagh website! Bunscoill Ghaelgagh is the world's only Manx Gaelic medium primary school. Based in the historic former St John's school building, the school is set in the heart of the beautiful St John's village. The school faces the ancient Viking 'Thing' site, Tynwald Hill, where new laws are read out in Manx and English every year on Tynwald Day.

She yn Vunscoill Ghaelgagh yn ynrican scoill sy theihll raad ta ny paitçhyn gynsaghey trooid Gaelg Vanninagh. Ta'n scoill ny shassoo ayns mean y valley beg çheerey aalin, Balley Keeill Eoin, er beealloo shenn ynnyd 'Thing' ny Loghlinee, Cronk Tinvaal, raad ta leighyn noa er nyn vockley magh ayns Gaelg as Baarle dagh blein er Laa Tinvaal.

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Naight Brastyl Barrule
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After a week of investigating the insulating properties of materials we finished with a class challenge. Each team had to design and make an 'up-cycled' insulating toast carrier to take their group's toast to the top of the hill in the arboretum. Each group had a different design, but they all took…

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Naight Brastyl Barrule
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Brastyl Barrule have quickly got used to their new routines and have packed lots in to the first days of term! We have started our first topic, based on packaging, with an analysis of what makes a good lunchbox. We have been testing the properties of different materials and will be using our result…

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Granada TV visit the school
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Granada TV visited brastyl 3 this week in order to do a piece which ties in with the recent post office launch of stamps celebrating Manx. The children were fantastic and made a real impression on both the film crew and post office officials.

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Chaghteraght veih Mooinjer Veggey
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A big thank you to everyone who made cakes and helped on the stall on Tynwald Day. £844.44 was raised for Mooinjer Veggey. We don’t need any more cakes for our café at the Artisan Fair – Yn Chruinnaght on Saturday 20th July, but would really appreciate it if you could visit our Manx Café in the Cor…

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Reeriaght son my Chabbyl
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Nagh ren ad jannoo dy mie! We had a lovely party yesterday afternoon to reward the children for all their hard work for the play. It was lovely to see them playing with the props and acting out all the different parts. As well as the plays themselves being a great exercise in confidence and teamwor…

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