Setanta and Cuchulainn
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Brastyl Barrule have been studying a class Irish Tale on a Monday. The story tells the tale of Setanta and why his name changed to Cuchulainn. The first part of our film is here You can view the second part of our film here

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Quiss y Nollick
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Thank you to those who've bravely dipped into our new online learning platform to try out the Christmas Quiz. The quiz deadline has been extended to Thursday 17th and I will endeavour to discover why some younger children's passwords are not working and get back to those who have contacted me. Than…

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Radio Nollick
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Our media teams have been busy again this term and met some very tight deadlines. Our latest newspaper "Rollage ny Nollick' will be for sale very soon. Our latest radio programme Radio Nollickcan be heard here and will be broadcast on Manx Radio's 'Traa dy liooar' programme next Monday 15th at 5pm…

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Shirveish y Nollick
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Va oie feer taitnyssagh ain ec y cheeill son Shirveish y Nollick. A great night was had by all at the Christmas Service on Thursday night. Jeant dy mie dagh ooilley pheiagh eddyr paitchyn as ynseyderyn. The evening finished with a Bunscoill classic which you can view here

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3FM ec y scoill
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3FM have been at the school filming the paitchyn singing Christmas Carols. They were yindyssagh and a big gura mie eu to Bnr Clague and Bnr Kissack for all their hard work here. They are likely to feature on the station in the week beginning 14th December.

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Mee ny Nollick
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Mee ny Nollick is upon us and with it much excitement! Tomorrow we are expecting 3FM in to film KS2 singing a Christmas song in Gaelg, while Brastyl Bradda are heading off to the Grove Museum to learn about Christmas in days gone by. Back in the present day, we are hoping families will help us with…

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Turrys voish MNH dys Brastyl Barrule
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A big gura mie eu to Nicola Tooms from the Museum who came to the Bunscoill on Thursday afternoon to talk to the children about the first people in Mannin. It was both an entertaining and enjoyable presentation and we hope to see more of her here at the school in future.

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Bunscoill er BBC North West
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It was great to see the Bunscoill on BBC North West last night. It was a real credit to the work of the children and staff. You can view the video again here

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