Hannah accepted on the ManSat Space Programme 2019
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We are thrilled to announce that Year 12 student, Hannah Midghall, has been accepted onto the ManSat Space Programme in the Summer of 2019, which will take place in Houston, Texas. The initial process saw Hannah shortlisted after a successful essay on Why I am interested in space; What should be th…

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Year 12 Politics students visit Tynwald
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Yesterday Year 12 A Level Politics students took a trip down to the legislative buildings to find out how the government system on the Isle of Man operates. Students were met by the President of Tynwald, Mr Steve Rodan who welcomed them and gave them a brief introduction to how the Manx parliament…

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Well done to all Junior Achievement students
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On Wednesday 6th March at the Palace Hotel, the Junior Achievement (JA) Competition took place, with St. Ninian’s entering 8 teams of Year 12 students. This had been what the pupils had been working towards throughout the year and was a wonderful opportunity to showcase their products. The day star…

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Year 7 Improvement Project Exhibition
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Students in Year 7 have been showing off their progress at the Core Skills Improvement Project exhibition. Our Year 7s have been undertaking a project to show improvement in a skill of their choice over a 5 week period. The students’ choices were as varied as juggling, dice stacking, drawing, and v…

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World Down Syndrome Day - Thursday 21st March
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Thursday 21st March is World Down Syndrome Day and in support of this, we are encouraging all staff and students to wear their brightest, boldest and most colourful odd socks! This is not a full dress down day and there will be no charge, however donations to Down Syndrome IOM may be made here.

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Sixth Form Debate Club
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This week, to coincide with Comic Relief and the recent controversy in the press concerning white celebrities being criticised for their role in charity work overseas, our motion was: "This house holds the world does not need any more white saviours”. There were interesting speeches for both sides…

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Year 7 Craft Club fundraise for Monitors4Kids
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The Year 7 Craft Club have been busy this year enjoying a variety of craft projects. One of these activities was making pom-poms which they sold to raise funds for the local Monitors4Kids campaign. Joanne Wilkinson came into school today to receive the cheque on behalf on the charity. The Craft Clu…

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Students attend Diana Award anti-bullying training
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Ten SNHS students from Yr7 and 8 attended the Diana Award anti-bullying training at QE2 High School along with students from all the Island schools. The aim of the day was to train students as anti-bullying ambassadors. The morning focus was cyber-bullying and the way schools and individuals can ai…

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Bridge the Gap
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This morning our Sixth Form were visited by Voirrey Kennaugh, from the charity Bridge The Gap, to explain the charity’s work on the Island. They are a Manx registered charity aimed at improving facilities and support for teenagers and young adults (aged between 16-24) with complex / long term medic…

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