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Year 11 Rewards Lunch
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This week we were pleased to share a Rewards Lunch with Year 11 students. The reward was given to students who had consistently achieved the accolade of 'expert learner' in their recent interim report. Students enjoyed a relaxed lunch of pizza, with 80s rock music as their playlist choice. Well don…

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Fundraising for breast cancer awareness
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Sixth Form Students at St. Ninian’s have held a Breast Cancer Awareness Day last week. Their campaign was ‘On Wednesdays we wear pink… for Breast Cancer Awareness’ They held a cake sale, donated to wear pink for the day and bucket collected around school to raise over £200, which will be split equa…

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Debate Club
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The SNHS Debate Committee were back this week with another interesting and timely motion - “This house holds that deep fakes are a threat to society”. There were some well prepared and informative speeches from both sides, and some interesting issues raised by the audience. The outcome of the vote…

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Dress Down Day - Friday 16th February
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This Friday will be a 'Glad Rags' non-uniform day. Money raised through Glad Rags Days throughout the year supports our epraise rewards and the epraise charity fund. The epraise charity fund is allocated according to student votes at the end of the year for the charities which have been nominated b…

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Thank you to McLaren and Love Tech
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A team from supercar manufacturer McLaren, including former pupil Rob Yates, visited St. Ninian's High School to give young people the opportunity to learn more about engineering careers in the automotive industry. All students got an in-depth tour and walk-around of the McLaren supercar. Students…

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SPC Visit to Tynwald Legislative Building
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The SNHS SPC Scout Group had a fantastic visit to the Tynwald Legislative building this afternoon. They were shown around the House of Keys, the Legislative Council and the Tynwald Court by the Speaker of the House, the Honourable Juan Watterson. It was a really interesting and fun afternoon. We wo…

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