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  • Art, design and media students will show their work to the public at the Isle of Man College of Further and Higher Education’s annual exhibition. More than 100 full and part-time students will have work featured in Figuratively Speaking, the traditional end-of-year display...

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  • Organisations representing the broad spectrum of career opportunities available in the Isle of Man are being invited to participate in Employment and Skills 2015, the largest event this year highlighting career and training opportunities for Isle of Man residents.

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  • Wednesday 27th May saw the presentation of the funds raised for DEC charity of (last) year Manx Diabetic group for their work with Manx Diabetic Children. The money was raised by DEC staff based in Hamilton House throughout out the past year by holding dress down days, cake bakes and sponsored events…

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  • Talented students’ work goes on public display

    Art, design and media students will show their work to the public at the Isle of Man College of Further and Higher Education’s annual exhibition. More than 100 full and part-time students, from GCSE to degree level, will have work featured in Figuratively Speaking, the traditional end-of-year display. The exhibition is this year split over two venues – the College in Homefield Road, Douglas, and the Market Hall, Douglas, an arts hub run in partnership with Douglas Corporation. Helen Fox, Programme Manage…

    read more 3 days ago by Townsend, Alex on decnews wiki

  • DEC Charity of the Year

    Wednesday 27th May saw the presentation of the funds raised for DEC charity of (last) year Manx Diabetic group for their work with Manx Diabetic Children. The money was raised by DEC staff based in Hamilton House throughout out the past year by holding dress down days, cake bakes and sponsored events. Pictured are Back row:Joan Buss, Ken Callister, Maxine King, Susanne Kirk Middle row : Nicola Corran, Tracy Jones, Kelly McNulty Front row : Bev Michelson (chairman of MDG) , Danita Clark, Voirrey Kennaugh,…

    read more 3 days ago by Townsend, Alex on decnews wiki

  • Exhibitors sought for Island’s largest careers event

    Organisations representing the broad spectrum of career opportunities available in the Isle of Man are being invited to participate in Employment and Skills 2015, the largest event this year highlighting career and training opportunities for Isle of Man residents. The event takes place on Thursday 12th November at the Villa Marina, Douglas and is jointly hosted by the Department of Economic Development and the Department of Education and Children. Graham Cregeen MHK, Political Member with responsibility…

    read more 3 days ago by Townsend, Alex on decnews wiki

  • Serving personnel join veterans for Armed Forces Day

    The public is invited to mark the Isle of Man’s Armed Forces Day on Sunday 28th June. Local men and women serving in the Armed Forces will join veterans in a parade along Douglas’s promenades at 3pm and at a church service at the Villa Marina at 3.45pm. In what is always a moving highlight of the service, serving personnel returning to the Island for the occasion are welcomed into the Royal Hall with a standing ovation. The day culminates in afternoon tea and an evening of entertainment at the Villa Mari…

    read more 4 days ago by Townsend, Alex on decnews wiki

  • Stay active message after successful Manx Youth Games

    Let’s build on the success of the Manx Youth Games and inspire a whole generation to stay fit and active. That’s the message from Tim Crookall MHK, Minister for Education and Children, after today’s event, organised by Manx Sport and Recreation (MSR). A thousand pupils aged seven to 14 took part in the opening ceremony in front of a packed grandstand at the National Sports Centre (NSC). Sporting the colours of the regions they represented – North, West, South, Douglas North and Douglas South – they parad…

    read more Sun, May 17th 2015 10:07 PM by Townsend, Alex on decnews wiki

  • Young authors on voyage of discovery

    “The Minister for Education and Children has praised young story-tellers who went on a voyage of discovery. Tim Crookall MHK was speaking today as winning…”

  • NEWS RELEASE Dhoon School

    “Pupils in their final year at Dhoon School recently embarked on an educational visit to Shropshire in the UK. The group of pupils included eleven year-ol…”

  • Isle of Man students invited to join the award-winning Lloyds Scholars programme

    “For the first time since its launch, Students from lower income households in the Isle of Man are being invited to become part of Lloyds Banking Group’s…”

  • Gift of portrait repeated a century on

    “Schools are to be given portraits of the Island’s national poet, T. E Brown – replicating a gift made to them a century ago. Brown was born in Douglas in…”

  • Students from Queen Elizabeth II High School enjoy bowling rewards trip sponsored by Sure Mobile

    “A group of 14 students from Queen Elizabeth II High School recently enjoyed an afternoon bowling at Sure Strike Bowling Alley in Ramsey. The afternoon wa…”

  • QEII students produce film of ‘Strictly Come Riding’ for Riding for the Disabled

    “In the Spring Term a group of talented students and film making enthusiasts at QEII were asked by the Chairman of the IOM Riding for the Disabled Associa…”

  • Disabled students will benefit from change to student grant scheme

    “More students with disabilities who are in higher education could benefit from an allowance under changes to regulations governing grants. Tynwald will b…”

  • Sarah Hendy selected for Inter-Island arts project

    “Whilst the twenty-four Island nations compete in the NatWest Island Games this summer in Jersey, artists from all the Islands will come together to creat…”

  • Games encourage lifelong love of sport

    “Children taking part in the Manx Youth Games may develop a lifelong love of sport, with all the health and social benefits that follow. That’s the hope o…”

  • Dhoon Welly Walk...

    “Pupils from Dhoon School were joined by family and friends to take part in a sponsored “Welly Walk” on Thursday morning as part of a joint fundraiser pro…”

  • Summer at the Youth Arts Centre

    “The Youth Arts Centre (YAC) has released its programme of workshops and sessions which are taking place during the summer holidays including plays, a dan…”

  • All aboard the 4G computer bus

    “The Island’s Computer Bus, sponsored by Manx Telecom and delivered by the Department of Education and Children (DEC), will remain a familiar sight in sch…”

  • Young sports leaders recognised for impressive commitment

    “Young sports leaders participating in the Sure Sports Leaders Programme have been congratulated for their commitment to voluntary coaching. The Sports Le…”

  • OUTDOOR CHILDHOOD CONFERENCE A SUCCESS

    “On Tuesday 14th April, the Isle of Man College of Further & Higher Education hosted an extremely successful and well received conference entitled ‘Outdoo…”

  • Recognition of long service to children at Kewaigue School

    “A teacher with over 38 years of service with the same Island school will be officially opening an Outdoor Activity Area that has been created at Kewaigue…”

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