Freaky Folklore
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A big gura mie eu to Sheshaght ny Paarantyn who supported our trip to the Thie Tashtee on Thursday for the fantastic Freaky Folklore presentation. The paitchyn really enjoyed the creative way Manx folklore was told and we hope it will inspire them in a similar way. Most of the children travelled by…

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World Kindness Day - Laa Kenjal
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Bnr Matthews ran a fantastic session with the children to coincide with World Kindness Day on Friday, 13th Mee Houney. The children produced their own chatterboxes / kishtey beealerey and enjoyed using them together.

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Bunscoill Twitter Account
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The Bunscoill now has it's own Twitter account which we hope will help showcase the great work of the school to a wider audience both in the Island and internationally. The account is updated daily, during school time, so it's a good way to get a feel of what is happening in our Gaelic world. You c…

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Bluckan-coshey Aboo!
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Jeant dy mie dagh ooilley pheiagh ren cloie son y Vunscoill Jeheiney. Va shiu ooilley yindyssagh. Year 2-4 girls represented the school in a football competition at the Bowl on Friday, 23rd. Some great team performances saw them achieve victories over Kewaigue 2-0; Victoria Road 5-0 and Marown 3-0.…

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Turrys mygeayrt y scoill
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Shoh turrys beg mygeayrt y scoill jeant ayns Possan Fillym liorish Catherine as Cristl Crig er shoh dy yeeaghyn er Click here to see a short film of the school from Possan Fillym

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Rollage
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Booise da Possan Pabyr Naight as Bnr Callistet ta'n chied earroo jeh Rollage ry-gheddyn nish. Cha nel eh ag costal £1 neesht!

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How a Gaelic Education brings benefits
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How a Gaelic education brings bilingual benefits Being educated in Gaelic – even if you don’t speak it outside school – delivers the benefits of bilingualism, study shows Intersting artilcle in the TES on the benefits of an education through Scottish Gaelic. The full article is available here but w…

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Giense yn 'ouyr
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We worked very hard on Thursday to make a success of our first Brastyl Sniaul family event . We worked out that we would have to make an incredible 16 litres of soup to feed all of the people coming to the Ceilidh, so on Thursday morning we rolled up our sleeves and started chopping. We had to deal…

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Naight Brastyl Sniaul
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In Brastyl Sniaul we have been listening to some interesting talks over the last two weeks. There were many different subjects, from computer games to livestock. The children listened respectfully and made notes on each subject. It was very interesting discussing what 'stuck' with the children and…

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