Welcome to Cronk y Berry School!

"Together we challenge, care and create."

Our Three Aims are:

  1. Treat everyone and everything in our school with respect.
  2. Keep our hands and feet to ourselves.
  3. Listen to instructions and make the right choice.

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Reception and Year 1 Children's Crocus Celebration
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The children from Year 1 and Reception were supplied with Crocus bulbs, compost, pots etc from Douglas Rotary back in the Autumn. Yesterday the President of Douglas Rotary came into school with other members to judge the flowers and colouring competition, the winning children and runners up receive…

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CYB WIN COMPETITION TO NAME AN EXO-PLANET AND STAR!
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Following the public vote, the UK has named the exoplanet and its host star ‘Cruinlagh’ and ‘Gloas’ respectively, names suggested by Cronk y Berry primary school on the Isle of Man. Class 4/5G proposed the names Cruinlagh (pronounced crunlack) and Gloas (pronounced glowas,) as they are Manx Gaelic…

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Ronaldsway's Festival of Trees Cronk y Berry display
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“I’m dreaming of a green Christmas….” The festive season has officially got underway at Ronaldsway Airport. Save the Children Isle of Man's 'Festival of Trees' exhibition has returned - for its 18th year. Cronk y Berry have produced a tree for this year's display thanks to the hard work of Mrs Morg…

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CYB in Top 10 Worldwide Name An Exo-planet Competition
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In September, Class 4/5G entered a competition to name an exo-planet and its’ parent star. It’s a worldwide competition and out of over 1000 entries in the UK, we’ve made the top 10 finalists! Proposer: Cronk y Berry Primary School, Isle of Man Exoplanet Name: Cruinlagh Star name: Gloas Reason for…

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Children In Need
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Many thanks to everyone who donated money to Children In Need last week, raising nearly £500 for this wonderful charity. And thanks to the generosity of Barclays' pound for pound scheme, this will be doubled to nearly £1000. The children were delighted to receive a visit from Pudsey in assembly on…

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Simon Murray's visit
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A huge thank you to Simon Murray for coming to visit us in school today. Simon inspired us all to learn about the mischievous character of Icky Dhoo Dah and his various antics. We enjoyed learning some brilliant drawing techniques to capture this character through the use of "Detail, Contrast and T…

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