Andreas School

The learning community that develops the thinking skills of all its members.

Welcome

At Andreas we value

  • Caring - We consider other people's feelings and say kind things to other.
  • Optimism - We try new things, even when they are tricky.
  • Respect - We treat people and property with care.
  • Friendliness - We have good manners and smile at others!
  • Understanding - We listen to others and respect their point of view.

Latest activity

Year 2/3 Tag Rugby Competition
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Last Tuesday our Tag-Rugby team travelled to Douglas to take part in the inter-schools Tag-Rugby event. They worked really well together as a team, with all of them scoring tries or tagging opponents! They were a credit to the school, showing good sportsmanship, kindness and sensible behaviours thr…

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Free fruit for school
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Last Friday, Utmost Wealth donated a selection of free fruit to our school. It promoted great discussion around healthy life styles and the need for "five a day." Some children (and staff) tried fruit they had never tried before.

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Whole School Trip 2018
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We all headed to Ramsey on 16th July for our annual whole school trip. The children signed up for activities they wanted to participate in. Choices included tennis, crown green bowls, visits to the RNLI and the Grove Museum, Isle of Play activities and health trails.

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Silverdale Class visit Silverdale Glen!
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On Monday 9th July Silverdale Class visited the glen they've been named after all year! It turns out that quite a few of us have never been before so it was an exciting trip, visiting somewhere new! We had a walk up the Silverburn River before relaxing in the park and having a go on the Victorian w…

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Design an ad competition
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Well done to Niall, Billy and Zach who all got prizes in the Isle of Man Newspapers' Design an Ad competition. We had two highly commended awards and a first place. Well done boys!

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