Manor Park Primary School

'Playing, learning and growing together'

Welcome to the Manor Park School Blog ~ 2017/2018

Manx Music Festival
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The choir performed brilliantly in the Guild on Saturday and were a real credit to the school! Kewaigue School won the class for school choirs with less than 150 pupils on roll, and Anagh Coar came 2nd. It was a very close contest with all choirs giving outstanding performances. We had great suppor…

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Daffodil Competition Winners
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Pictured are the two pupils who were awarded Best Daffodil and Best Decorated Pot in Manor Park School with their trophies, presented by the Mayor of Douglas Debbie Pitts at the Douglas Borough Daffodil Competition Awards yesterday. This was a very proud moment for the girls, their mums and Mrs For…

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Dolphin Success
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Pictured are the Manor Park Swim Squad who came 5th yesterday in the annual Dolphin Swimming Gala. The competitors swam incredibly well - many beating their personal best times in their races. They were a huge credit to themselves and their school. Well done

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Pulrose Clean-Up
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The children had an assembly presented by Bill Dale and the Beach Buddies about how we can keep the local community clean by picking up our rubbish. We did a litter pick around the school and were joined by the Mayor Debbie Pitts. At the weekend 27 individuals came to the school and were given refu…

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Manx Folk Awards
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Congratulations to Rowan Class who came 2nd at the Manx Folk Awards. They sang two songs in Manx Gaelic - S'mie Lhian Mannin and Moghrey Mie Ghrian. We are very proud of how hard you have been practising. Well Done!

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Manor Park lights the way for 'Earth Hour'
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An Isle of Man school is marking Earth Hour (24th March) in a unique way – by turning used plastic milk cartons into lanterns. Pupils and parents at Manor Park Primary School in Douglas are decorating cartons with tissue paper and cut-out polar bears, to highlight the plight of the endangered anima…

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