Ballaugh School

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



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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I Spy Ballaugh
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This week R2 thought about their personal journey from home to school. They drew their map with their family, noticing the streets, types of buildings (shops, public buildings), and natural areas (parks, flowers, rivers) that they pass on the way to Ballaugh school. Today, we all shared our learnin…

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This half-term
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Check out some of what the school have been up to this half term by clicking on the Gallery page. From the Great Fire of London that Kirk Michael Fire Brigade helped us with, to retaining the QEII Maths Olympiad title for the second year in a row (a first for the Island) as well as speaking in the…

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Class 4's home-learning
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Check out the Gallery section to see some of the wonderful home-learning D & T projects that the children have completed in partnership with people at home.

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Elf Day for Alzheimer's Society
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Ready, set SNOW! We unleashed our inner elf to dress up and fundraise for the Alzheimer's Society by taking part in Elf Day. We are trying to help beat dementia. Thank you to everyone who helped raise over £120 to support people living with Alzheimer's. More pictures are available in the Gallery se…

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Class R2's Toy Exhibition
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We shared our range of toys during a toy exhibition with our families today. Following the good advice of the staff from Ramsey JAC stores, we enjoyed an afternoon in the hall looking at each other’s games and toys. We also took the opportunity to share our own Toy Story films on our i-pads. Thank…

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Respect
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On Sunday 10th November our school wreath was laid at the cenotaph by two of our oldest pupils. Thank you.

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Another wonderful Hollantide in Ballaugh
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At 7 pm on Friday 7th of November the children from classes 3 and 4 entertained the village in the Parish Hall before the opening of the Hollantide Fair. Pupils from Class 3 performed two poems, one of which was written specifically for the school by local poet, while the Drama club presented "Cind…

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