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Local charity Craig’s Heartstrong Foundation(CHF) have launched their 2013 fundraising campaign to equip all of the 34 primary schools on the island with lifesaving defibrillators.
Queen Elizabeth II High School came second in Europe for the Zayed Future Energy Prize,the Nobel Prize for sustainable development!
Hop tu Naa is just around the corner and despite battling with the recent bad weather, Cregneash is making the final preparations for its Traditional Hop tu Naa festival on 27th and 28th October.
THE new St Ninian's Lower School was formally opened this afternoon by the Minister for Education and Children. Unveiling a plaque in front of an audience of 200 guests, staff and students, Tim Crookall MHK said the impressive new building at Bemahague had 'set news standards' for education in the Island and was 'already proving a real asset for the community'.
WITH a new winter menu being launched after half term, the School Meals Service on the Isle of Man is emphasising it offers primary school pupils a tasty and nutritional midday treat.
STUDENTS from the Isle of Man's five secondary schools will play a part in setting the agenda for the future when they meet for the Island's first Young Learners' Conference next week.
Conister Bank, Manx National Heritage (MNH), the Department of Education and Children and two professional animators teamed up to judge the 2013 ACE Card Design Competition this month. The judging also is timely with the completion of an animation project commissioned by Manx National Heritage to inspire students to engage with their heritage and encourage the use of their ACE cards.
New Breakfast Club for pupils has been started at Manor Park Primary School on the Isle of Man by Headteacher Riss Forrester following inspiring conference.
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