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Sixth Form Alumni Soiree
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The Year 13 Leavers' Class of 2022 are invited to your Alumni Soiree which will take place in the Sixth Form Centre at upper school, prior to the Carol Service on Monday 19th December. This will be a great opportunity to meet with tutors, teachers and peers to catch up and share some light refreshm…

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Debate Club
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A packed house on Friday for the Sixth Form Debate Club where the motion up for discussion was “This house holds there are only two genders” Once again fantastic speeches from both sides and lots of contributions from the audience. All in all a very thought provoking debate. After much discussion t…

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Photography Success
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Congratulations to Zoe Paris and Zoe Kirk who both entered the Rushen and Western Mann Young photographer of the year competition and have been selected to be in their charity calendar. Both students responded to the brief “capturing the moods of Mann” entering imagery that they felt captured their…

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Year 7 supporting Anti-Bullying Week
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It is Anti-Bullying Week and the theme is ‘Reach Out’. Teachers and students wanted a theme that empowered pupils to do something positive to counter the harm and hurt that bullying causes. Mr J Cretney Head of Year 7 | Teacher of Computing

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Digital Surgery
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As the outcome of the US mid-term elections begins to take shape Year 13 Politics students were able (thanks to the Politics Project) to speak to two former members of the House of Representatives via Zoom. Democrat Elizabeth Esty and Republican Rob Woodall. Questions put to Rob and Elizabeth from…

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Year 7 Friendships
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Isle Listen spent a morning with each of our Year 7 Tutor Groups focusing on the topic of ‘Friendships’. The aim was to help students navigate friendship challenges that come with starting high school. I do hope our students feel empowered in this sensitive area and please remember it’s good to tal…

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Remembrance Events
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Our staff and students were honoured to represent St. Ninian's High School at remembrance events last weekend in Douglas and Onchan. "They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remem…

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Year 13 Life Skills Day
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On Wednesday we held our Year 13 Life Skills Day which was organised in consultation with students to cover aspects of life and living which they felt to be relevant to their future. Sessions included management of personal finances, positive mental health strategies, basic self-defence, housing is…

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Launch of 'Blue: Walter the Royal Fire Engine'
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Congratulations on the recent publication of 'Blue: Walter the Royal Fire Engine', which is being sold to help the elderly on the island over this coming winter with a target of raising £1000 for the Age Concern Hardship Fund. Written by Rob Cowley, our former deputy head teacher, and illustrated b…

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