Santa Dash on Peel Promenade
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Jason, Harvey, Joseph and Jayden all took part in the Santa Dash today along Peel Promenade and were awarded their commemorative medals. Well done everyone!

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Commemorative Santa Dash
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Well done to the staff and students who took part in our annual Santa Dash today on both sites in memory of PE teacher, Rob Campbell. There was a great atmosphere and everyone who took part received a commemorative medal

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Lower School Unit Trip to the Dragon's Castle
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The Lower School Unit enjoyed an end of term treat at the Dragon's Castle today. They were pleased to have Olivia, Tom, Caila and Shannon from the Sixth Form join them as part of their community work experience. Everyone had a great time!

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Year 7 enjoy tutorial sessions with Isle Listen
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Year 7 are currently enjoying Tutorial sessions with Isle Listen. Isle Listen is an early intervention and positive mental health charitable initiative that provides support and training in schools, the workplace and community, helping people to recognise that mental health is just as important as…

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Year 7 Zentangle Group
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The Year 7 Zentangle group raised £65.10 just before half term in aid of Down's Syndrome Isle of Man. The students made Pumpkin Corner bookmarks and Hogwarts Houses bookmarks for Halloween, which they sold at break and lunch time. They also ran a ‘How many sweets in the jar?’ competition. Lucie Dol…

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Year 7 Drug Education
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Over the next two months, PC Lou Kennaugh will be visiting each of our ten Year 7 Tutor Group for sessions on Drug Education. The sessions are designed to find out what students already know about Class B and C drugs whilst discussing local statistics, why people take drugs, the dangers and consequ…

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Model UN Council
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St. Ninian's students had a great day representing Belgium and Russia at the Model UN Council last week. Our students worked hard to represent their country’s position on the ongoing conflict in Syria. David Cowin was the runner up for the best individual student, and the Russian team were very ple…

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