Brastyl 3
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Son ooilley ny paitçhyn ta kiart er ngoaill toshiaght ayns brastyl 3 failt erriu, as son blein 4- failt erriu er ash.

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Naight Brastyl 2
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Brastyl 2 have got off to a great start today! Blein 2 have been helping Blein 1 learn classroom routines, I have been assessing writing skills, we have listened to the story in Manx of Where the wild things are, and begun some junk modelling for Max's boat, charcoal drawing of bugganes and making…

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Key riojey
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Guru mie mooar eu SNYP son kionnaghey ny riojagyn. V'ad feer vlasstal! A big thank you to SNYP for arranging the Ice creams today.

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Sniaghtey Bane
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Well, the classrooms are ringing with the sound of children singing favourite songs from the play and outside in the props corner children are getting a chance to try out their favourite roles. After all working hard together to put on the performances we are now enjoying the 'language legacy' that…

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Jiu ec Wimbledon
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Today at Wimbledon- We held our own tennis tournament on Monday, all 20 children from Brasyl 3 competed for the title. We played a boys and girls single competition as well as a group competition.

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Picnic in the Arboretum
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Brastyl 3 had a lovely day out on Tuesday. We played a few games and had a picnic in the sun and then sought out some well needed shade under the trees where we built our shelters.

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Sniaghtey Bane
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Spoiler Alert! Photos from our dress rehearsal can now be accessed from the Sniaghtey Bane gallery...we have recorded songs for this year's CD and learned our lines. You should have received a note about drop off times and costumes. Brastyl 1 will leave their costumes in school after Monday's matin…

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Shiaghtin Shennaghys
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Last week, Brastyl 2 learned about how shopping for food has changed. We used interviews with family members as source material. Parents, grandparents and great grandparents had sent in written memories, audio recordings and video recordings. After listening to the information, the children made st…

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