Welcome to Cronk y Berry Primary School

It is our pleasure to give you a brief insight into some of the exciting things that happen in our school.

We are very proud of the successes of our school, the excellent relationships we have with our children, families and friends within our community and the team of people who work hard to make our school a happy place where we learn together.

As a school we are committed to life long learning and believe that education includes more than just the curriculum subjects. We aim to teach our children the skills necessary for living with others to create a warm, peaceful and caring community.

Prospective parents and students are welcome to visit the school. Please contact us to make an appointment.We shall be delighted to show you around our school.

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Looking after your teeth in Year 4
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Rosemarie Cuskeran from Manx Care visited Year 4 this morning to talk to us about the importance of looking after our teeth. She talked to us about healthy snacks and drinks and showed us the best way to brush our teeth. We learned that we should only use water to wash our toothbrush when we have f…

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Cricket
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We would like to say a big 'Thank you' to Janelle for running the cricket sessions for Reception to Year 4 this week. They all really enjoyed themselves. We are very grateful of her time, support and enthusiasm to make this summer sport a fun activity for our pupils. Years 5 and 6 are looking forwa…

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Girls' Football
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What a day! Today some girls from Years 4, 5 and 6 attended the IOM FA girls football competition, where around 25 teams took part. It was an absolute pleasure to see our girls’ confidence, skills and teamwork develop over the day. They did a fantastic job playing against some tough teams and manag…

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Morrells Handwriting
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Cronk y Berry uses the Morrells’ Handwriting scheme to develop the children's handwriting. These resources cover the key stages of the writing process from letter formation to cursive writing and centre on the idea that it’s important for children to create letters stroke by stroke on paper. There…

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