Ballaugh School

Nurturing Independent, Aspirational Learners. Supported by Strong Partnerships with Home and the Community

Welcome to Ballaugh School's website



Please see the document below for parental guidance and Frequently Asked Questions about Ballaugh School

"In The Know" - key information about Ballaugh School


Please see a "traffic light Plan" that the school is working too. We are currently at Level "Normal"

Ballaugh School Mitigations - Living with a Pandemic and other Illness

Keep abreast of the latest online safety information through the SaferSchools App. If you don't already have it, download from your App Store or Google Play. Make sure you have the push notifications allowed for this app. The code for Ballaugh School is 7440.

Please bear in mind that how we learn is as important as what we learn and too much challenge can create a state of mind where we can not learn. Here are links to Growth Mindset and Good Learning Habits, also called Learning Disposition that you may find interesting.

BBC Growth Mindset

Good Learning Habits

I hope that you will find this website a useful resource during your child's time with us. As this website develops and evolves you will be able to find policies and information that are intended to support your child's learning. We will also publish other, more general, information that we believe is useful too. Please use the "contact" facility as it will forward your message directly to the school's email address.



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Please check out this very important page

"Keeping Your Children Safe"

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Blog (latest activity)

Ancient Greek Olympics
Published in the Blog

To celebrate their learning topic, Ancient Greek Life, Class 4 recreated the events of Greek States' original Olympics. Sparta were victorious! More photographs are available to view in the Gallery

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Castles
Published in the Blog

Today (6/4/22) the school hall was full of excited children sharing with other families their fantastic castle creations. Over the past half term, the children have shared their classroom learning with their families and developed a castle with their families at home. Today, we all enjoyed looking…

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