Braddan School

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Absence and Punctuality
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Being on time for school is extremely important. School starts at 8.55am, with children going straight into learning activities. Being 'just' 10 minutes late every day loses over 31 and a half hours of teaching over a school year. We expect that as parents and carers you set good routines with your…

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Curriculum
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At Braddan School we use the Department of Education and Children's Curriculum for Learning and Achievement, that aims to help young people be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, positively contribute and prosper. A key part of helping children to achieve these outcomes is be developing the 6Rs…

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Growth Mindset
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Growth_Mindset.pdf Did you know that you can grow your brain? The more effort you put into something, the more your brain grows. Find out more in our parents leaflet.

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Helping in School
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If you would like to volunteer to help out in school, please read the attached guidance leaflet. There is always lots going on, and your help is always appreciated. Volunteering in School

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Home / School Agreement
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Our 'home / school agreement' reflects the fact that school, parents and carers and pupils all have an equal part to play in ensuring that learning at school is as effective as it can be. It sets out the key things that we do together to help young people learn and play a positive role in society.…

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How are we doing?
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Schools all across the Isle of Man are continually monitoring how they are doing using a wide range of measures, supported and monitored by the Department of Education, Sport and Culture. Data relating to pupil achievement for the current year is shown below, (rounded to the nearest whole number.)…

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Meals and Snacks
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To be able to learn, children need good levels of energy, which needs to be provided via a balanced and nutritious diet. School meals are supplied to school by the Department of Health from the kitchens at Nobles Hospital. Menus are carefully considered to ensure a balance of food groups along with…

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Swimming
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Here are the Isle of Man swimming Guidelines. Isle_of_Man_Swimming_Guidelines.pdf

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Uniform
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We like all our children to look smart at school, and to take pride in their appearance. Our uniform consists of a red sweatshirt or cardigan, grey trousers, shorts, skirt or pinafore, and white or red polo top or shirt. We expect all children to wear appropriate black school shoes. This means no h…

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