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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Sponsored Run
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Children at the Bunscoill Ghaelgagh are partaking in a sponsored run tomorrow the 18th October in aid of the Indonesian Crisis. The run will take place between 11:15-11:45. Don't forget to get your sponsor forms filled in. I am sure the children would love to have your support as they face this run…

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Naight Brastyl 2
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This week in Brastyl 2 we will be continuing our sound work. We have been investigating how sound travels, we will be developing our sound wall and we are looking forward to musical visits from Jishag Lowenna and Jishag Sage! Last week we had fun listening to the music of Aaron Copeland through the…

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Shiaghtin 6 B3
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Yn Chiaghtin shoh, ren B3 gynsaghey yn aght dy mestey daaghyn ry-cheilley dy chroo daaghyn anchasley. Ren shin gymmydey yn schlei shoh dy chooney croo nyn ging gynoaltee, as lesh nyn yallooyn spoar. In Art and Design B3 have finally finished creating their alien heads. They have mixed oil crayons t…

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Naight Brastyl 2
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We are really enjoying our morning dance sessions! On Monday I challenged the children to work in groups to choreograph their own version of our Japanese dance and the results were very impressive. In maths we have been using number lines to help work out the answers to calculations. You can help y…

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