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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One World Centre Film Competition
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Brastyl 2 had a lovely afternoon out yesterday. We travelled to Peel for a film viewing. We were greeted by representatives of the One World Centre with juice and popcorn for ourselves and fellow participants Sulby school, before going in to the main hall to watch both schools' films and some other…

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Naight Brastyl 2
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Welcome back for the summer term, it sounds as though everyone had a fun-filled TT week. On Monday we made a class news book showing our adventures over the week. We were delighted to see that our vegetables were growing well (gura mie mooar to Amelia and family for keeping them watered!) and our b…

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Brastyl 2 Maths Facts
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Thank you to all who participated in our maths facts fund raiser. Brastyl 2 raised nearly £90 for the Leprosy Mission! It is really useful for the children to have key facts at their fingertips to make them more efficient when doing numeracy tasks. If you can keep these up at home, little and often…

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Western District Football Tournament
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Jeant dy mie ny daa skimmee ren cloie sy co-hirrey. Va un skimmee cosney aundyr nah boaill as ren yn skimmee aeg prowal dy creoi noi cloiedeyryn shinney. Runners-Up Trophy for Bunscoill Ghaelgagh. A big well done to all who played.

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