Naight Brastyl 2
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Goit! Brastyl 2 are getting very excited about their circus show! You can have a sneaky peek at what's to come by clicking on our trailer.
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
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.
Nollick Ghennal erriu We hope you enjoyed our Christmas Service, jeant dy mie da ooilley ny paitchyn! Today marks the end of this half term's Friday clubs. Children chose between Club Arrane, who entertained us so well on Wednesday, Club Margey Nollick who prepared games, crafts and gifts for the C…
Ren Brastyl 3 gobbraghey er annymaght y Nollick y lieh Imbagh shoh. Ren shin gynsaghey ram schleiaghyn, gymmydey ram claare co-earroodagh dy chroo fillymyn jeant. Jeeagh er yn fillym shoh. CLINKERAGHT We have been working on creating animations during this half term. We have combined different comp…
We haven't had as much chance to get out in the garden as usual recently, but yesterday a group of the most enthusiastic and helpful composters went on a fact-finding trip to the community farm. We discovered lots of similarities between what we are doing and how they work at the farm. To improve o…
Great excitement on Friday, as it was election day. Children standing for the school council addressed the school and answered questions, explaining how they would support and improve the school. After the presentations, pupils voted for representatives from Brastyl 2,3 and 4. Behaviour was exempla…
This week in maths we were trying to predict how many balls and sticks we would need to build different 3D shapes. The children were very good at working out how many corners and edges each shape needed and they found lots of interesting ways to record this-see our gallery.