Recognising 100 years since the House of Keys Election Act 1919
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Our Sixth Form were pleased to welcome Tanya August-Hanson, MLC, to our assembly this morning to recognise the 100 years since the House of Keys Election Act 1919 was passed. Many thanks for this informative talk in which students found out about how this Act introduced universal adult suffrage bas…

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Talk on IOM prison for Social Science students
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A huge thank you to Nigel Fisher, from the IOM prison, who came in to school last Thursday to speak to our Social Science students. After a really insightful talk, the students were able to ask questions and find out more about the Manx prison system.

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Dress Down Day Friday 5th April
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This Friday, 5th April, will be a Glad Rags Day, when students can donate £1 to not wear uniform for the day. The monies raised will go towards the 'Days for Girls' Campaign which is dedicated to creating sustainable feminine hygiene kits for women and girls in developing countries. There is a loca…

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Poppy Appeal Shield awarded to St. Ninian's
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A huge thank you to all staff and students who contributed so generously to the Poppy Appeal this year. We were delighted to to be awarded the Poppy Appeal Shield, which was received on behalf of the school by some of our upper school prefects. We are pleased to continue to support such a worthwhil…

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Well done to the SNHS Charity Challenge finalists
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Well done to the SNHS Charity Challenge finalists who were delighted to be awarded £500 for their charity, Thare Mache Education, in tonight's final. They gave a confident and informative presentation, reflecting months of research, fundraising and advocacy. The students were very pleased to find o…

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Year 7 Alpha Group
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Mr Cretney was delighted to hand out Alpha group badges to students achieving excellent attitude to learning comments across all subjects for their recent Interim Report. Well done!

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Sixth Form Geography students visit Iceland
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Twenty Sixth Form Geographers have just returned from a fantastic trip to Iceland. They experienced some of the main sites, including a geyser where hot steams of water are ejected every five minutes. They visited Gulfoss, a massive waterfall, and Kerio, an ancient volcano. The group bathed in hot…

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Well done to the netball teams
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The Year 7 and 8 inter-school netball tournament took place this week. All the girls had trained incredibly hard for the event and were looking forward to seeing how they had improved since the last time they played all the other schools. The Year 7s managed to win two games and lost three which le…

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Primary Transition Event
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On Tuesday the PE department organised a primary transition event which involved over 200 Year 6 students. The aim of the morning was to mix them together in new friendship groups, to explore the facilities, meet the PE staff and raise any questions or concerns about starting school. The students t…

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