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Y Kiark Ain!
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When we discovered that a feral hen was laying in the garden last Autumn we made a wonderful cake...and then some meringues-yummyssagh! This term, as we have been learning about reproduction and life-cycles, we decided to watch and wait when we noticed she was laying in our compost heap. She has be…

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Criggad ec y Vunscoill
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Guru mie ayd Sally son cheet stiagh as cooney lhien lesh Criggad moghrey jiu Thanks to IOM Cricket for a great morning learning about and enjoying the game.

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Aalish sauail eean thunnag
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Aalish wanted to share the exciting news that she has rescued an abandoned duckling which would have died and has been looking after it. She has done a great job and now the duckling is being re-homed with experts in Castletown. Jeant dy mie y lught thie Kilgallon.

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Jeant dy Mie
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Well done everyone, we have made it to the Easter break which after the hard work everyone has put in over the last few weeks, we all deserve. I think we have all enjoyed seeing the fruits of some of much of this work on our screens too. It's been great to see Bnr O'Meara in action with Brastyl Bra…

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Free Dance Lessons For All!
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A local dance group 'Move It' is offering free dance lessons for all during this current lockdown. There are several genres to pick from. Take a look at their facebook page and join to access the material.

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Significant women
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I really enjoyed listening to Brastyl Sniaul's presentations about significant women last Friday, including Alfie's video about Sophia Morrison. This week our research focus will be artists.

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