Kewaigue School

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Remberance
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Year 6 School Council Members attended both Santon and Kirk Braddan Memorials, on behalf of Kewaigue School.

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130th Anniversary Exhibition
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Thank you to all who attended our exhibition that showcased the history of Kewaigue School. Many memories were recalled of their time at this wonderful school. The staff did a great job displaying memories of the school from the 10th October 1892 up to the present day. Here are some photographs of…

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Victoria Sponge Cake Competition
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We were inundated with cakes this morning! Over 70 Victoria Sponge Cakes were entered into a competition before they will be served to our visitors to the exhibition. Congratulations to the Kirklands for their winning entry!

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Mrs Gilmour
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Mrs Gilmour visited the school this afternoon, to answer the children's questions about the recent history of the school. Mrs Gilmour taught at Kewaigue from 1977 for 39 years, so was able to explain just how much things have changed in the last 50 years.

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Kewaigue 130th Anniversary
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Kewaigue School is 130 years old today. To celebrate the children and staff have dressed up as Victorians. They have also taken part in a typical Victorian classroom and carried out other activities to mark this special day. To see more photographs - click here

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130th Anniversary of Kewaigue School
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Kewaigue School opened its doors on the 10th October 1892. If you have an association with the school, please visit our exhibition on Thursday 13th between 3pm & 4.30pm or Friday 14th October between 1.30pm & 4.30pm.

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Foodbank
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Following our Harvest Festival at Kirk Braddan, school council members took the produce that was generously donated to the Food Bank.

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