ONCHAN SCHOOL

INTEGRITY - RESPECT - ENDEAVOUR - COMPASSION - COURAGE

Welcome to Onchan School!

- Inspiring minds to ignite lifelong learning -

We are delighted that you are taking the time to have a look at our website which will give you, what we hope, is all of the important information that you will need to know about our school.

This information is regularly updated so we would ask that you call back regularly to familiarise yourself with any changes.

It is also the place where you will find photographs and blog posts about recent events so if you want to have a view of the daily life within school this is the place to find it!

The website is designed and maintained by our school staff. We try to keep it relevant and up to date. It is designed to be used by or families, carers and the community to access important information about Onchan School.

You will find separate tabs or drop-down menus for New Starters, children in Year 6 who will leave to go to High School and the transition process, school policies and information, our Specialist Provision Centre (Seals) and most importantly what learning at Onchan looks like.

We are all very proud to be a part of Onchan School. It is a happy, energetic and supportive school to be part of. We look after each other and treat everyone equally. Our school values, which are respect, integrity, courage, endeavour and compassion are endorsed by everyone associated with our school.

If you require any additional information or have suggestions for how we can improve our website please let us know by email to enquiries@onchan.sch.im

Latest activity

Dark Nights Safety Assembly
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We were lucky enough to be visited by PC Lou and PC Fitz this week to talk to the children about being safe outside now that the nights are much darker. They talked about being visible and how best to be seen in the dark and also about how important it is that our grown-ups know where we are.

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School Council are radio stars!
Published in the Blog

Today, Manx Radio came into school and recorded School Council all ready for some Christmas fun on the radio. First of all School Council told different Christmas jokes and had lots of fun laughing at them! Afterwards, they were given Christmas film lines to say and these will be used as part of a…

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