Ballaugh School

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



Famous Person
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As part of Class R2's Famous People topic, David Knight came to talk to us about his talent and help us think about a positive growth mindset. He told us all that if we do everything the best we possibly can, then even if we don’t get it all right, we can never be disappointed with ourselves. More…

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Road Safety Visit
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Today, Wednesday 18th November, we were visited by the Road Safety Team to help us learn, and check, that we know how to cross the road safely because one day we will be doing it on our own.

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School Council's Anti-Bullying Assembly
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The school council have presented a power point explaining our school anti-bullying policy to all the children. As a school we talked about its message, its use and its impact on helping us all to stay safe. anti bullying presentation by school council Nov 2020

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CiN Countryside Ramble 2020
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Today (13/11/20) every child at Ballaugh School took part in a Countryside Ramble and dress-down day to raise money for Children in Need. The weather was kind to us, leaving us with large puddles, mud, fords and stiles to negotiate. We enjoyed walking through the countryside that surrounds the scho…

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These Hands
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Yesterday in Class R2 we were enjoying Michael Rosen’s poem ‘These Hands’ and creating our own about how we use our hands. A Jenny Wren flew into our class and Mrs Bennett came and took her outside. The wren is thought to symbolise inspiration and a bringer of good fortune

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Remembrance Sunday 2020
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On Sunday 8th November Ballaugh School's eldest girl and boy represented the school community and laid the school wreath at the Village's cenotaph along with other local organisations. They carried out the task impeccably, demonstrating great respect for those that made the supreme sacrifice.

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Film making and Dinosaurs
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On Thursday 22nd October our families gathered in the school hall to enjoy the premiere of ‘Mesazoic Mayhem on the Isle of Man.’ As part of the parent’s plan, a very brave and talented Caroline Devlin offered to write and direct a play for the children. She enlisted the help of her friend, Charlott…

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World Book Day
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It was another great celebration of books and reading at Ballaugh School on Thursday 4th March. The variety of genres and authors that make up the children's favourites never fails to impress me. Well done to everyone (children, parents and staff) for the efforts that they made to share and create…

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