Welcome to Marown School!

We are situated in the centre of the Isle of Man in the Parish of Marown. There are 186 children in our school and they are taught in 7 classes. We are very proud of our innovative approach to teaching and learning which is designed to enable every child to develop a lifelong love of learning.

At Marown School we provide all children and staff with a secure, happy learning environment where expectations and challenge are very high, and nobody is afraid to make and learn from their mistakes. We believe that the development of the ‘whole child’ and the building of life skills is fundamental and cross-curricular links and personal, social and health education, citizenship, sport and the Arts, play an important part in our curriculum.

At Marown ... we combine excellence in teaching with enjoyment of learning.

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Springy the Wallaby
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Congratulations to our Hospice wallaby design competition winners, Charlie, Morgan, Annabelle and Hugo! Our Wallaby aka ‘Springy’ will be jumping off to be judged this evening. Also a big thank you to everyone who donated and entered the competition for this extremely worth while cause.

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Cross Country Championship
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On Thursday 28th March, 11 students represented our school in the Inter-school Cross Country Championship. All the team members should be very proud of themselves - their behaviour was fantastic and all 11 ran brilliantly! Overall Marown was placed a super 13th out of 27 schools. I must give a spec…

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The MOMO Challenge
Updated

Dear Parents, You may have seen or heard about the Momo challenge on social media sites or in the press. What is the MOMO challenge? What is it? It is apparently a “game” based on WhatsApp/ Messaging that will send people messages telling them to do things “else something bad will happen” to their…

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The School Day and Opening Times
Updated

Our School Day Morning Session Begins 9.00am Afternoon Session Begins 1.15pm Afternoon Session Ends 3.20pm Infants 3.30pm Juniors Children should arrive at school about ten minutes before the start of each session. Children should not arrive too early in the morning. If pupils are on the grounds be…

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E-Safety
Updated

It is our responsibility at Marown to ensure children are taught to use digital media safely and manage the risks in order to get the most out of what the internet has to offer. Below are some documents that will help you further understand esafety at Marown and help you with esafety at home. Marow…

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