Onchan School

"Learning is a journey, to be taken together, one step at a time."

Year of our Island Garden Display
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On Tuesday 20th June, a group of 8 children along went to St.John's to build a garden inspired by our local area. The 8 children were chosen for their imaginative and creative garden designs from the Home Learning competition. Miss Willson and Mrs Smith were so impressed by their hard work and the…

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RNLI Visit Year 1
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The children in Year 1 were lucky enough to have a visit from the RNLI yesterday. This was a great way to consolidate their learning on Sir William Hilary and Grace Darling. Click Here to see what they got up to.

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Girls Year 5/6 Football Tournament
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Congratulations to our girls Year 5/6 Football Team who narrowly lost on penalties in the semi final of the Girls Inter-school Football Competition last Friday 27th April at the Bowl. In a fantastic performance the girls won 7 out of their 9 games, scoring an incredible 20 goals whilst conceding ju…

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Year 5 Spoken Word Competition
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On Friday 27th April, a group of year 5 children competed in the Spoken Word Competition at the Guild. They performed their poems with great expression and smiles and represented the school brilliantly. Well done to each competitor; especially Nicholas Wilson who received 2nd place.

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A busy week for the Choir...
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Wow, what a busy week it has been for the Choir! They entered the KS2 Mixed Choir's class and the Action Song Class at the Guild and performed fantastically on both occasions. The costumes, the smiles and the singing were all exceptional. Thank you to the parents for all of their support in the bui…

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Y6 Spoken Word Competition
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Today, a group of year 6 children took part in the Guild competing in the Spoken Word competition. They performed their poems exceptionally well and received great marks. Well done!

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