Welcome to Isle Listen
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We were pleased to welcome Steven Downward from Isle Listen to lead assemblies at upper school last week. To coincide with World Mental Health Day, the theme of the assembly was 'Understanding you and your mental health'. We are delighted to announce that Isle Listen will be working with St. Ninian…

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'Tea and Talk' to promote positive mental health
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Last week our Upper School Wellbeing Committee hosted a 'Tea and Talk' event at lunch time in recognition of World Mental Health Day. It was great to take a few minutes from our busy lives to sit down and simply chat. Many thanks to Mrs Strickett and the Wellbeing Committee - we look forward to you…

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Our Annual Presentation of Awards 2020
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On Tuesday 6th October our school held its Annual Presentation of Awards at the Villa Marina, celebrating the achievements of our students during the academic year 2019/20. The ceremony was attended by an array of invited guests including Dr. Allinson, our Minister of Education, other MHKs, school…

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Year 7 enjoy a sports coaching day
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Our new Year 7 cohort took part in and enjoyed a sports coaching day on Tuesday 6th October. Taster sessions were run from coaches representing Douglas and Vagabonds rugby clubs, Fencibles badminton club, Cronkbourne and Finch Hill cricket clubs and Vikings hockey club. The objectives for the day w…

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Year 7 Pastoral Parents' Evening
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On Wednesday 8th October we held a Pastoral Parents' Evening for our new Year 7s at the Lower School site. It was the first real opportunity for parents/guardians to meet their child’s Tutor, put a face to the name and find out about the start to high school life. During the evening, parents were a…

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Welcome to former student Garry Manley
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Today our 'Aim Higher' Year 13 students who are applying to Oxford were lucky to meet with former student and Oxford graduate Garry Manley. Garry ran an informal session for students where they were able to ask him questions about his own experiences of attending Oxford, how he negotiated the appli…

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A great start for the new Sixth Form Debate Committee
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Last week was the first meeting for the Sixth Form Debate Committee for this academic year. The committee made a very strong start with excellent speeches for and against the motion: “This house holds that university education should be free”. There were some insightful comments from the floor too.…

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A great achievement Jessie!
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Well done to Jessie Owen who recently ran a marathon in 4 hours and 21 minutes and helped to raise £1800 for the Alzheimer’s Society in the UK & Ireland plus dementia care at Hospice IOM. A fantastic effort for two great causes!

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