Students receive unique coins to mark centenary of Armistice Day
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On Thursday, the Year 9 Assembly focused on Armistice Day commemorations and was attended by MHK for Onchan Julie Edge who spoke about the importance of remembering those Manx soldiers who fought in The Great War. Students were also given a specially minted 50 pence coin to mark the centenary of Ar…

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Remembrance at St. Ninian's
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Our students have been honoured to be involved in a project for Remembrance Sunday led by Hilary Cleverley from the Poppy Appeal. Hilary had hand written cards with the names of all 1,261 Manx soldiers killed during WWI. During tutorial time, students were given the opportunity to research the sold…

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Knit and Natter Group support The Poppy Appeal
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Mrs Richardson and her 'Knit and Natter' group have been busy over the last few weeks knitting poppy badges. These have been really popular with both staff and students and the group are looking forward to donating the money to The Poppy Appeal.

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Employment and Skills 2018
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This afternoon our Year 11 students will attend the Employment and Skills event at the Villa Marina which is hosted by the Department of Education, Sport and Culture. This is the island's largest careers event and students will have the opportunity to meet a variety of local employers and discuss t…

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'It's All About Money'
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Many thanks to Junior Achievement and their team of volunteers from the local business and finance community who spent the morning with our Year 10 students working on the ‘It’s All About Money’ programme. The aim of the programme is to teach young people how to become financially capable adults. T…

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Sixth Form students support 'Go Run'
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Well done to our Sixth Form volunteers who helped with the smooth running of the 'Go Run' primary school event. 'Go Run' are a UK sports event company who organised the run in Noble's Park for over 1100 primary pupils. Our students were praised for their involvement and assistance - well done!

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Congratulations to Holly and Emma
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Congratulations to Holly Bradley and Emma Duggan, from Year 9, who recently took part in The International Festival of Dance and Performing Arts at Disneyland Paris, representing Gena’s Dance Academy. Their team achieved an excellent 3rd place in the Senior Jazz category. Well done - we are delight…

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Anti-Bullying Week
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Staff and students at St Ninian’s will be supporting Anti-Bullying Week in a number of ways this year. Monday 12th November is ‘Odd Socks Day’ which aims to celebrate our individual differences and we want as many people as possible to come to school that day wearing odd socks – the brighter and wa…

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