First night- the House of Bernarda Alba
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It’s the first night of our school play, ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’, tonight! If you haven’t got your tickets yet, don’t worry – there will be more available on the door. The performance begins at 7 p.m. and you should head to the Somerset Road entrance for 6.45. Our front of house staff will esc…

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Laa Tinvaal Sonney Diu - Happy Tynwald day!
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St. Ninian's took part in the annual school march which marks the start of the formal proceedings on Tynwald Day in St. Johns. Representatives from our Sixth Form senior students team, Year 10 prefects and teachers carried our school banner and our national flag along the march which finishes at Ty…

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St. Ninian's represented at Beating the Retreat
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Members of our student leadership team, Adam Daugherty and Dominic Hubble joined Mr. Coole in attending the Beating the Retreat ceremony at the Governor's House on the evening of 4th July. Adam and Dominic met with the Lieutenant Governor, Sir John Lorimer and were joined by invited guests, dignita…

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St. Ninian’s High School A – Z
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Year 7 students at have been working hard reflecting on their first year at St. Ninian’s High School. Our latest Core Skills project has been to create an A – Z about SNHS. It has been written for all Year 6 students coming to St Ninian's Lower School in September 2022. They can read all about what…

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Biology students visit Port Jack
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On Thursday 23rd June, 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 for their Biology A Level course. Students and staff enjoyed the sunny weather to walk to the site and survey the beach.…

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Geography students visit Douglas beach
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Last Tuesday the Year 12 Geography students visited Douglas beach to survey the beach profile and stone sizes. This work introduced them to their Year 13 'coasts' section. With the information, they will identify what processes are occurring on Douglas Beach. They will then need to find sustainable…

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Congratulations Lizzie!
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Huge congratulations to our former student Lizzie Holden who has achieved great success in the recent HSBC British Cycling Championships held in Dumfries. Lizzie achieved a bronze medal in the Elite Women's British Championship Cycling Time Trial on Thursday and then backed up that performance with…

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The House of Bernarda Alba - tickets now available
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Tickets are now on sale for the school production of ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’ on the 6th, 7th and 8th July. Tickets cost £5 and are available from the Upper School office. Don’t miss this chance to experience this classic Spanish tragedy which is being performed in the Upper School Drama Studio…

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Maritime Careers Fair
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Young people aged 14 and over can find out more about jobs connected with the sea at the IOM Maritime Career Fair on the 9th July. This event has been organised by the IOM Maritime sector and is an opportunity to explore on land and at sea options for careers in Maritime. Maritime enables 95% of th…

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