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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Forces/Forsaghyn ayns Brastyl 3
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This term we are starting of with a mini topic on forces. Last week we explored the effects of gravity and came up with our own experiments to see if the size and weight of an object would change the speed of its fall. This week we have looked at friction. We tested out different surfaces to see wh…

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Naight Brastyl 2
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First of all, I hope everybody has had a lovely break with their children over Christmas and New Year. This week in Brastyl 2 we started our work on change by thinking about different types of weather. We made ice disks, and really enjoyed watching them melt on a sunny morning, while we created som…

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Blein Vie Noa
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Welcome back for the Spring Term at Bunscoill Ghaelgagh. There has been lots of interesting weather for us to enjoy in the first week back, including a wonderfully atmospheric run in the mist on Thursday. We started the new year with a look at our revamped school rules in assembly on Friday. These…

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Naight Brastyl 2
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Can you see the blur in the hand of the gingerbread man? That's his spinning candy cane! For the past few weeks Brastyl 2 have been enjoying finding out about circuits and this week they augmented some of the games made in Club Keirdey for the Margey Nollick by adding some circuitry. We had a light…

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Roie bunnys dagh laa!
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We all took the opportunity to have a good run before lunch today, as the field had cleared up and all the children had sat so well through our Shirveish y Nollick rehearsals during the morning. Club Roie kit will therefore be coming home clean and dry! There will probably be weeks when we sacrific…

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