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  • Local athletes to receive support through 2019/20 Isle of Man Sport Aid scholarship

    Isle of Man Sport Aid has announced that it will be supporting fifty-eight local athletes through the 2019/20 Isle of Man Sport Aid scholarship programme.  The scholarship works in conjunction with the Isle of Man’s Strategy for Sport where it aims to highlight the success of sport to promote the Isle of Man and fulfil the potential of talented performers on the world stage.  Chairman of Isle of Man Sport Aid, Sarah Corlett, said:  ‘A great number of current and former Sport Aid recipients have gone on to…

    read more Thu, Mar 14th 2019 4:13 pm by www.gov.im on gov.im

  • Inclusion to be highlighted in training to school staff

    Teachers and staff who work at schools on the Island are to undertake training on inclusion, which will include autism awareness training, to help expand their knowledge, understanding and practice. This mandatory training will complement the recently launched Continuum of Learning and Inclusion (COLI).  COLI is a government framework used for supporting and including children and young people in education by providing research and practical tools to assist in the identification and support of learning nee…

    read more Tue, Mar 12th 2019 9:05 am by www.gov.im on gov.im

  • Proposed changes to Scoill yn Jubilee catchment area

    Subject to the School Catchment Areas Order being laid before Tynwald, changes to the catchment area for Scoill yn Jubilee are to be progressed by the Department of Education, Sport and Culture (DESC). Graham Cregeen MHK, Minister for DESC, said: 'As part of the review process for catchment areas in the Isle of Man it has become apparent at an early stage that there is an issue in relation to the number of pupils attending high schools in the Douglas area, and as a result an amendment of the School Catchme…

    read more Thu, Mar 7th 2019 5:30 pm by www.gov.im on gov.im

  • Isle of Man Sport Lecture 2019: What Makes a Winning Culture?

    Best-selling author and Professor of Psychology, Damian Hughes will deliver the 7th Isle of Man Sport Lecture at the Villa Marina at 7.00pm on Tuesday 14 May. Professor Damian Hughes is a renowned international speaker who combines his practical and academic background within sport, organisational development and change psychology to help organisations and teams create a high performing culture. Trevor Christian, Sports Coaching Coordinator and organiser of the event, said: 'Having Damian here for this yea…

    read more Tue, Mar 5th 2019 10:45 am by www.gov.im on gov.im

  • 2018 Isle of Man Sports Awards shortlist announced

    The shortlist for the 2018 Isle of Man Sports Awards sponsored by Microgaming PlayItForward, has been announced today (21 February). The event which will take place on Thursday 4th April 2019 at the Royal Hall, Villa Marina, will look back on 2018 and recognise athletes for their successful sporting achievements. Gary Corkhill, Executive Chairman for Isle of Man Sport, said: ‘This year’s committee faced a difficult task when shortlisting for this year’s Sports Awards. 2018 was a fantastic year in sport for…

    read more Thu, Feb 21st 2019 11:41 am by www.gov.im on gov.im

  • New Members Appointed to the Isle of Man Arts Council

    “The Isle of Man Arts Council has welcomed three new Council members, who were elected to post at the end of 2018. Sharon Walker, Benjamin Heath and Peter G…”

  • Public urged to participate in Education Bill consultation

    “The Isle of Man Government is seeking feedback from members of the public on a draft Education Bill. The draft Bill which has been drafted by the Departmen…”

  • Parents reminded to register their children for school

    “Parents with children who will be turning five in the academic year 2019/2020 are being reminded they must register with a school well in advance by the De…”

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