Virtual Visitors! Kemmyrk Seihll Bio Vannin
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We had two very interesting talks yesterday morning via video conferencing from UNESCO biosphere Isle of Man's Marine officers Dr Peter Duncan and Rowan Henthorn. It was lovely to see so many children linking up from home and from Bunscoill Ghaelgagh to learn more about our marine environment. I pi…

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Naight Mooinjer Veggey
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Mooinjer Veggey is pleased to be able to let you know that we are opening a new nursery in St Johns school in September. It will be open school term time only:- 5 mornings 8.45 – 12.45 and Mon/Wed/Friday afternoon 12.45 to 3.45. The fees will be £18 for the morning and £15 for the afternoon. There…

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Aghtyn noa dy ynsagh
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Today we will be closing the doors of Bunscoill Ghaelgagh and finding out about new ways of learning and playing in the current situation. Aigh Vie to those of you who will be busy carrying out vital work, and a special aigh vie to the children who will be attending new schools tomorrow. If not oth…

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Naight Brastyl Barrule
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Brastyl Barrule have been extending their geography knowledge to near neighbours this week as they learned about recent visits to Northern Ireland and Wales, learned about which countries have a Gaelic language, and talked about connections with nearby countries through families and friends. We hav…

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Naight Brastyl Barrule
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Brishey Trostyr! Brastyl Barrule have been talking about nutrition this week. We did a breakfast survey, then looked at some research about what made a good breakfast. We discovered that a good breakfast should contain protein, complex carbohydrates and fruit or vegetables. On Thursday we designed…

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Science skills on show in Circus Film
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Today Brastyl Barrule held the premier of their film Goit 2!. In this Christmas story, the children created a narrative to showcase lots of the science skills they had been practising over the term. It's Christmas Eve and Mummig y Nollick has arranged a party for the trollagyn as a treat for finish…

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Naight Brastyl Barrule
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The excitement continues in Brastyl Barrule as we attempt to develop science-based acts for this year's circus. Inneen ayns bolgan You can see the fun we have had in previous years by going to the animations/films page of our Culture section and watching 'Goit' and 'Kiarkys'. In maths we have been…

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