Scoill yn Jubilee

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Scoill yn Jubilee Primary School in Douglas.

We have two sites, the infant site on Stoney Road and the Junior site at Laureston Avenue. Scoill yn Jubilee was created through an amalgamation of Ballaquayle Infant School and Murray’s Road Junior School in September 2012.
The building on the infant site dates from 1971. The building on the junior site was built in 1969, but there has been a school there since 1899.
The school is situated in the north west area of Douglas. Although it has an urban location, the infant site overlooks beautiful scenery to the west

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Douglas Fire Brigade visits Year 1
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Year 1 learnt all about 'The Great Fire of London'. The children made their own Pudding lane houses. Then Douglas Fire Brigade came and set fire to them, showing us how quickly the fire would spread.

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Year 1 visit Garey ny Cloie
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Year 1 went to Garey ny Cloie in St John's to hunt for the Gruffalo and his friends. We also created some fabulous art using natural objects in the style of Andy Goldsworthy and we met Dawn from the MWT who told all about the trees and wildlife there.

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Our Island and Splendid Skies
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Year 1 children had a 'Lighthouse Keepers Picnic' on our school field. We did some drama from the story and ate some yummy lighthouse/seaside food that we had made.

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Dress down day wear pink or purple
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Today we wore pink or purple clothes to school for the Manx Cancer Support Group and Polio Awareness. Donations that were made is to be split equally between the two charities. Many thanks for your support.

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Author Simon Murray
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Today the author Simon Murray came to our school to read one of his books and show us how he illustrated it. He drew the character Icky Doo Dah and showed us how to draw it too.

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