Ballaugh School

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Our Friends from the NSPCC
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Today, Tuesday 5th March, we were visited by Suzanne, Nicky and Buddy, the speech bubble mascot for the NSPCC. The message that they shared in two assemblies (age appropriate for Class R2 followed by KS 2) was "Speak Out. Stay Safe" and that we all have a right to feel safe. They shared lots of use…

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Our view of Manx Youth Orchestra and Guitar Ensemble
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On Wednesday 27th February every child in school was given the opportunity to experience being at an orchestral performance in the Royal Hall of the Villa Marina. The MYO and Guitar Ensemble (containing Manx school children and their music teachers) played many familiar pieces such as the Thunderbi…

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Safer Internet Week
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Every time we use the internet is an opportunity to talk about being safe online. During internet safety week our focus has been about permission and consent. Please have a look at some of the other linked resources below. Ballaugh E safety booklet 2018 SID2019 Parents Conversation Starters SID2019…

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School Council and "Our School's Vision"
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The school council have been looking at the School's Vision for everyone involved with it. Today they made a presentation to the rest of the school to share what they found out. Their presentation is attached below. Click on it to see what they decided. School Council and the School Vision

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Victorious Maths Team
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QEII Maths Olympiad – Well done to Feena, Alexander, Edward and Harry from Year 6 for representing the school, Class 4, their teacher, village and families with such distinction at QEII on Thursday afternoon when they convincingly won the 2019 Western Schools Maths Olympiad competition. Very well d…

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Birds and Feeders and Learning
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We may not have made it to the bird watching hut at Close Sartfield today, however we did look at all the bird feeders we made from our designs at school with Michelle. She looked at the success criteria, other children’s comments and used her experience of birds to judge our competition and award…

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