Marown Primary School

Fostering curiosity and challenge within a fair, safe and respectful community

Netball Europe Open
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Some of the Year 6 netballers enjoying the Netball Europe Open at the NSC! We were lucky to see an exciting game, Republic of Ireland v UAE. It was a close game but Ireland took the win! Brilliant enthusiasm and lots of inspired Marown netballers!

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Rotary Public Speaking Competition
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This year, the Marown School team came a fantastic third place in the Rotary Club’s Annual Junior Public Speaking Competition. We were up against some tough competition from four other local primary schools, and the standard was extremely high. Our team consisted of Hope (Year 5) as a confident cha…

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Year 6 - WWII lessons
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Year 6 have been learning all about WWII. As part of their topic, the children have learnt about the motives and movements of the British forces and the Nazis during the Blitz attacks on Britain. Then they reenacted these events using paper bombs. What fun!

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KS1 Dancing!
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KS1 have been taking part in some dancing lessons with their Dance teacher, Laura. They love it and have lots of fun together!

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World Kindness Day
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Marown pupils showcased their colourful creativity to mark World Kindness Day. To celebrate, Grant Thornton Isle of Man invited children to design a poster to show what kindness means to them. The posters had to be A4 and include the words ’World Kindness Day 2021’ - but otherwise they could be as…

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Icky Doo Dah
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We were very lucky today to be joined by Simon Phillip Murray, an English writer and illustrator of children's books. His work includes illustrating line drawings for the Mokee Joe series and Bonebreaker as well as writing and illustrating the 'Icky Doo Dah' picture book series Atlantis Children's…

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