Biology students enjoy a field trip to Douglas Beach
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On Tuesday 9th July A Level Biology students attended a local field trip to sample seaweed on the Port Jack end of Douglas Beach. This was part of their Practical Endorsement of their Biology A Level course. Students and staff braved the rainy weather to walk to the site and survey the beach. Stude…

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Raising funds for Hospice
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Taking advantage of some glorious Manx weather, Alexandra, Lucy, Paula and Eden from 7F had great success selling Mr Freezes and raised £165 in our support of Hospice Isle of Man. May I take the opportunity to thank Alexandra’s Dad and A-Z Plumbing and Heating for their generous gesture in providin…

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Post-exam support for students
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Over the summer holidays there are a series of drop in sessions across the island to help students negotiate their way through the various pathway options available to students post 16. The school will be open to students on after the full A-Level (level 3) results and the GCSE (level 2 results). P…

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7H present 'Animal Cruelty' Assembly
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Drawing on their work in PSHE, Tutor Group 7H put together a creative assembly on the topic of ‘Animal Cruelty’. Tom was an excellent newsreader, giving us some of the latest headlines from around the world, reminding us how we play a key part in the animal kingdom. Nancy, Abi and Kacey took to the…

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St.Ninian's now an Apple Regional Training Centre
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We are delighted to be able to announce that St. Ninian's High School has been awarded the status of Apple Regional Training Centre. There are currently 77 Apple regional training centres across the UK, Ireland and now the Isle of Man! Apple Regional Training Centres deliver courses that build the…

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Year 13 Prom
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On Thursday evening Year 13 marked the end of their exams and time at St. Ninian's with their Prom. Both staff and students enjoyed a wonderful evening of celebrating and reminiscing. This year group have worked so hard and been fantastic role models for our younger students. We wish them the very…

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Visit of Sascha Stollhans from Lancaster University
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On 3rd and 4th July the Languages Department were delighted to welcome Sascha, Senior Teaching Associate in the Department of Languages and Cultures at Lancaster University, who came to talk to our Year 7 to Year 10 students about the prospects and skills offered by the study of languages. Sascha t…

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School mascot stolen!
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We are shocked and saddened to have to report that a terrible crime was committed at Lower School on Thursday 4th July. The school mascot, a corgi presented by Her Majesty the Queen herself when the building was opened, was taken from the glass display case in the main entrance. A ransom note reque…

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