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St Ninian`s High School (Lower)
Park Road, IM2 3EH, UK Douglas
+44 (0)1624 648900


St. Ninian’s High School is recognised as a very good school already, but we continue to strive to improve the education provided for our students.
Learning is at the core of School’s ethos and our students are provided with the opportunity to be able to concentrate on their studies, to seek and receive help, to broaden their knowledge and to develop the skills which they will need later in life. Students have extensive use of our excellent resources and faciliities. We are also fortunate to have very high quality teaching and support staff.
At the same time our students are encouraged to do their best in a pleasant and supportive atmosphere where, hopefully, they will gain the confidence and self-esteem necessary to enable them to succeed. Success is positively encouraged and our students are rewarded and regularly receive praise for their efforts. Parents are kept informed about progress and we actively welcome their support.
It is my personal ambition that every individual student in the School should be able to fulfil his or her potential. Above all, I also hope that our students enjoy learning and that St Ninian’s High School is a happy, exciting and vibrant place in which to work.



Students give Business Studies GCSE top marks!

In November 2006 students taking Business Studies in Year 10 completed a survey so that staff could assess how they felt about the subject. The results were very pleasing indeed. To find out more about the results of the survey click here. (60 kb pdf)

Choosing Economics as a Sixth Form Option
If you are thinking of staying on in the Sixth Form and wondering what options you should choose maybe it's time to try someting new! Economics is a valuable qualification to have. More (42kb pdf)

Enterprise In Action 2006
After the great success of last year, “Activity Week 2006” saw the Enterprise in Action scheme return to St. Ninian’s. Over 200 Year 8 students took part in the programme over 4 days. More...

Business Studies Gcse Revision
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Welcome to the Physics Department Website of St. Ninian's High School, Isle of Man. The school is based in the island's capital and is spread over 2 two sites. Physics is taught throughout the school at Key Stage 3, GCSE, AS and A2 level. This site was constructed in January 2004 with the main aim of enabling parents to contact teachers more easily. Please visit the Contact Us page where you will find an online form so you, as a parent, can get in touch or contact details for the school. Take the opportunity to leave us a message in the guestbook whilst your there.


Sociology is an AS and A2 subject at St Ninian's High School. This website helps sociology students and their parents find out more about the subject.

What is our overall aim with our sociology students?

Our aim is not only to help you achieve academic success, but also to encourage you to develop an interest in society, and enable you to see beyond mere common sense understandings to a more sociological interpretation of modern society.

The Teachers:

There are 2 sociology teachers at St Ninian's High School they are :

Mr Simpson

Miss Crisford

You can contact them by clicking on the links above to ask any enquiries about the subject.

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