The new Bus Vannin timetables will operate from Sunday 19th May.
This will affect our students, who need to be aware of the main changes.
School buses: -
60 a.m. only: Port Erin (Bridson St) via Four Roads to school
63 Bradda via Ballafesson and Colby Bridge to school and return
64 Cregneash via Ballakilpheric, Ronague and Ballabeg to school and return
65 p.m. only: School via Ronague to Port Erin
66 Santon via Great Meadow to school and returning to Cooil only (catch No 1 home to Santon and Newtown)
Service buses calling at school: -
1 0815 PSM harbour via Port Erin and Colby Bridge to school at 0850 a.m. only
1550 School via Ballasalla, Santon, Newtown to Douglas (Victoria St)
1A 1600 School via Colby Bridge to Port Erin
2 0804 Port Erin (Bridson St) via PSM harbour (at 0812), Shore Hotel (0817) to school 0825
1550 TWO BUSES: School via Shore Hotel and Bridson St to PSM
8 0816 Higher Foxdale via Silverdale, Ballasalla (0828) and Airport (0830) to school at 0840
1550 School via Ballasalla and Silverdale to Foxdale
12 0810 Douglas (Lord St) via Newtown, Ballasalla (0832) and Airport (0834) to school at 084
School services 61, 62, 62A and 68 routes are replaced by service buses as above
Further details can be found at
If you have any questions or comments to make about the new timetables, please ring the Infoline, 01624 662525
Bus strike during TT fortnight. If your child is going to find it difficult to get to an examination on 3rd, 4th or 5th June please contact CRHS straight away and outline the issue.
Two sixth form students from the IOM will take their place this summer alongside students from 21 other countries at NASA’a United Space school.
Christopher Clarke-Halewood from CRHS and Alex Easton from QEII have won scholarships at the two week space school in Houston Texas. IOM based company ManSat has been offering these annual scholarships since 2000. The company also awards an annual ‘ManSat Fellowship Grant’ for Manx students seeking to further their studies in space, and scholarships to programs run by the International Space University in Strasbourg.
Pictured are Christopher and Alex with Ian Jarrett, Finance Director of ManSat.
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Mr. Green and Mr. Mitchell will be holding sessions for students studying Engineering on Thursday 4th April and Friday 5th April from 9.30 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the D & T area.
Revision Sessions are being run on Monday 25th March and Tuesday 2nd / Wednesday 3rd April from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in PS3 with Mrs. Jenny Kelly.
The 25th March session will focus on the material needed for the exam (Unit 1 resit) with an opportunity for students to clear up any areas they don’t understand and offer comprehensive revision resources.
The 2nd and 3rd April sessions will focus on exam technique with lots of past questions, model answers and essay guidance.
Details of revision sessions for other subjects will be available after the Easter holidays.
Revision Classes, in the following subjects, will be held from 18th March to 9th May, excluding Easter Holidays:
Monday – English, Geography, Chemistry, Art (flexible)
Tuesday – Resistant Materials, Art (flexible), Maths Unit 3 (Higher)
Wednesday – Resistant Materials, Maths Linear, Catering, Art (flexible)
Thursday and Friday – Art (flexible)
Monday to Friday inclusive - Resistant Materials, Engineering, Electronics, Art
Monday – History
Wednesday – Geography
The Isle of Man Railway has produced an emergency timetable for transporting students to and from school on Wednesday.
Trains will leave Port Erin Station at 07.35 and 08.10, calling at Port St. Mary at 07.38 and 08.13, and Colby at 07.46 and 08.21.
A train will leave Douglas at 07.55 calling at Port Soderick at 08.08, Santon at 08.16 and Ballasalla at 08.25.
At the end of the school day, trains will leave School Hill Halt for Douglas, Port Soderick, Santon, and Ballasalla at 16.04 and 17.49.
Trains will leave School Hill Halt for Port Erin, Port St. Mary, and Colby at 16.09 and 17.55