Schools working together to make co-location a success

Scoillyn gobbraghey cooidjagh dy yannoo cur 'syn un voayl speeideilagh

Paitchyn Noo Thomaase nish ayns ynnyd Scoill Vallajeelt

Ta daa vunscoill yn Ellan ta rheynn campus er ve gobbraghey cooidjagh dy yannoo speeideilagh eh.

Shen rere ard er ynsee Bunscoill Noo Thomaase yn Agglish Hostyn.

Ta ny studeyryn echey er ve currit gys boayl elley ayns Scoill Vallajeelt lurg da'n vun-ynnyd echey goll sheese dy ve ayns stayd neu-chooie da ynsaghey ny laghyn noa-emshiragh.

Va imneaghyn er ve currit roish mychione yn daa hett dy studeyryn, as foddee dy jinnagh ad cheet dy ve scarrit er-coontey yn arraghey.

Agh ta Clare Manser gra dy vel ram obbyr er ve jeant dy chur er y chaghlaa taghyrt cho rea as oddys eh y ve.

AS CLARE MANSER : Ta chammah's ard er ynsee Vallajeelt as mee hene er cheau palchey hraa yn imbagh shoh chaie jannoo aarloo ny paitchyn son y chaghlaa, er dagh cheu. Ren shin, ren Bunscoill Noo Thomaase cur lesh ny paitchyn neese as va caghlaaghyn taghyrt ain raad va caa da paitchyn cheet dy ve ainjyssagh rish y cheilley, as dy ve oayllagh rish y chymmyltaght as dy ve oayllagh rish y scoill.  Lurg da'n scoill noa, yn ynnyd noa, ve troggit, va cuirrey er ny paarantyn dy heet neese marish ny paitchyn ec jerrey y tourey, dy akin ny veagh oc Mean Fouyir.
 

 

St Thomas' Children now at Scoill Vallajeelt site

Two Island primary schools sharing a campus have been working together to make it a success.

That's according to the head teacher of St Thomas' Church of England School.

Its pupils have been re-located to Scoill Vallajeelt after its original site fell into a state inadequate for modern-day teaching.

Fears had been raised over the two sets of students possibly becoming segregated because of the move.

But Clare Manser says a lot of work has gone into making the switch go as smoothly as possible.
 

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