Peel Clothworkers' School

'Enjoyable Learning for Life'

Year 6 - WWII Walking Tour of Peel
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The year 6 children went on a World War Two walking tour of Peel lead by local historians, Tony and Jill Quirk. They learnt about internment camps and visited the air raid shelter on Peel Headlands that was a private shelter during the war. It was a very fascinating morning!

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RM - Stay & Learn
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In RM, we had a lovely morning with our parents at our Stay & Learn. They helped us in our Phonics lesson and then we showed them how we lead our own learning and practise new skills in our classroom.

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5BW Stay & Learn
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The children in Class 5BW were busy adding decimals and 5-digit numbers using the column method during their Stay and Learn.

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Hedgehogs!
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The Hedgehog lady of Peel came into Year 1 to bring a hedgehog to show the children. The children had some superb questions about hedgehogs and they will use this information in their non-fiction writing.

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Year 1 - South Barrule
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Year 1 went to South Barrule to continue their learning about "Woodland Wonders". We looked at different flora around the plantation, participated in a scavenger hunt and then used these items to create transient art.

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Manx Wildlife Trust
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The KS2 children welcomed Dawn Colley to talk about the work of the Manx Wildlife Trust and the different habitats around the Isle of Man in the Trust’s nature reserves. Some children expressed an interest in becoming junior supporters of the Trust. Details can be found on their website at https://…

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Year 5 - STEM Fest
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The Year 5 children attended STEM Fest at the Villa Marina last week and had a brilliant time! STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) Fest is an interactive and educational event designed to engage primary school students in STEM subjects and local industries.

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