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  • British-Irish Council Early Years Ministerial meeting attended

    The British-Irish Council held an Early Years Policy Ministerial meeting today, hosted in Tŷ Hywel, Cardiff by the Welsh Government. Ministers approved the Forward Work Plan of the sector. The meeting was chaired by Julie Morgan AM, Deputy Minister for Health & Social Services in the Welsh Government. Deputy Minister Morgan welcomed Ministers and Officials from across the eight Member Administrations of BIC to Cardiff, emphasising the critical importance of successful early years policy to providing childr…

    read more 6 days ago by www.gov.im on gov.im

  • Students to explore their transferable skills at event

    The 2019 Employment and Skills event will see a diverse range of local businesses and industries inspiring the Island’s students as they find out more about the world of work and understand the importance of broad, transferable skills.  The event, at the Villa Marina on 7 November 2019 is open between 9am and 5pm, when employers will be meeting with young people, from the Island’s secondary schools, who are making choices about which subjects to study and how these choices fit with future career aspiration…

    read more Fri, Oct 25th 2019 10:14 am by www.gov.im on gov.im

  • Professional artist joins the Isle of Man Arts Council

    Jade Boylan, a professional artist and designer, has been appointed to the Isle of Man Arts Council. Jade is a professional artist with years of experience working as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer from her home in the north of the island. She founded an online business marketing her designs as widely as America, Europe and Australia. Marlene Maska MLC, Chairman of the Isle of Man Arts Council said: 'We are delighted to welcome Jade to the Isle of Man Arts Council. With her keen interest in l…

    read more Mon, Oct 21st 2019 12:30 pm by www.gov.im on gov.im

  • Proposals for new outdoor sports facilities for Castle Rushen High School go on display

    The plans for the proposed development of new outdoor sports facilities at Castle Rushen High School will be on display on Thursday 17 October 2019, between 3.30pm and 7.00pm in the library at the secondary school. The proposals form the first phase of the Isle of Man Government’s planned new build for the school. The display will show the development of new outdoor sports facilities and playing fields, which will include a total of four football pitches, two for under 17/18 games and two for under 11/12 g…

    read more Mon, Oct 14th 2019 5:26 pm by www.gov.im on gov.im

  • NSC Main Pool fully operational

    The National Sports Centre main pool has been declared fully operational. The main pool, which has eight lanes, provides public swimming sessions, school classes and competitive swimming opportunities. The boom, which is used to divide the fixed depth floor from the movable floating pool floor, was not able to be lowered since the opening of the main pool in August 2019, due to a fault with the control mechanisms. The engineers from the installation company who had travelled from Holland on Wednesday, work…

    read more Fri, Oct 11th 2019 6:23 pm by www.gov.im on gov.im

  • Teachers receive pay award for the current academic year

    “The Isle of Man Government has implemented the annual pay award for teachers for the current academic year. A pay increase of 2.75% across all pay scales a…”

  • Adverse weather affects Laxey and Dhoon schools

    “Laxey School and Dhoon School will remain closed today due to the adverse weather conditions and resultant flooding.  Graham Cregeen MHK, Minister for Educ…”

  • Duke of Edinburgh’s Award island presentation evening

    “Young people were congratulated on their achievements at the annual Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) presentation, having successfully participated in a wi…”

  • Subtitled film screenings introduced

    “Subtitled film screenings are to be introduced at the VillaGaiety’s Broadway Cinema, with the first subtitled screening being the film ‘Downton Abbey’ on 2…”

  • Safer Schools App launched

    “An innovative technological application, called Safer Schools, has been launched on 18 September 2019 at St Ninian's Lower School. The Safer Schools app ai…”

  • Isle of Man Arts Council awards first annual student bursaries

    “The Isle of Man Arts Council recently announced the recipients of their first annual student bursaries for 2019/2020.  Awarded to students moving into or c…”

  • Teachers recruited for new academic year

    “A significant number of teachers have been appointed to our Island’s schools at the start of the 2019 academic year, to inspire, engage and nurture young p…”

  • Provisional Level 3 examination results, 2019

    “Key features of the provisional Isle of Man 2019 Level 3 results The 2019 Level 3 results in the Isle of Man Government’s five secondary schools once again…”

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