20 Blein
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Ta shin greesit mychione y chied haghyrt vees ayn dy ard-eaillaghey 20 blein! We are excited about our first 20th anniversary event and looking forward to welcoming Gaelgeyryn to our open evening after half term.

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Awin Sulby
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Turrys speeideilagh! Explorers from Brastyl Sniaul went on an expedition on Wednesday to find out all about the Sulby river, from its tributaries in the hills down to the sea in Ramsey!

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Clubyn
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Ta shin er ve goaill soylley jeh clubyn Jeheiney! Every Friday afternoon, the children in KS1 and 2 get together for club time. We have four clubs, based around the four areas that we are trying to promote in school this year. Mnr Corlett is running an orienteering club (fow yn raad) for 'Slaynt as…

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Queeylyn Ushtey
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Ta shin er ve tarroogh! Brastyl Sniaul are learning about power from rivers. We have been building our own overshot waterwheel models from junk. It's been good to practise our cutting and joining skills. We aren't following instructions and we all have different materials so we're having to be reso…

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Cassan
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Jeeagh er ny posteyryn noa ain! We were delighted to receive a parcel of posters from our friends in the Lower Mournes today. Gaelic posters We are very proud to have been part of this important project.

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Warning for parents
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Do not park on Zig Zags across from school! The police have received a couple of photos over the past couple of days of cars parked on the zig zags across from school during pickup. Andy, the policeman pictured above, has given us a friendly warning. It is an automatic fine and 3 points off your li…

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Thalloo noa
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Ren Brastyl Sniaul croo sleityn jiu! Today we were observing how the shape of the land affects rivers and how rivers affect the shape of the land by modelling landscapes with sand, stones and soil.

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Smeir
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Ren Bradda goll magh çhymsaghey smeir shiaghtin shoh chaie. Ren shin croo jingan lesh ny berrishyn. Jelhein ren shin coagrey pannagyn dy phrowl lesh y jingan ain, v'eh feer vlasstal. Last week we picked blackberries and made jam. This week we have made vegan pancakes to help us sample our jam.

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20 Blein as foast gaase.
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There was a great article in the Examiner this week and a really supportive editorial about our school and language. You can read the article here

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