Education in the Isle of Man
Before 1675 there were no schools in the Isle of Man and any education was provided by the church. This changed with the arrival of Bishop Isaac Barrow, who established a school in every parish.
The Education system in the Isle of Man is similar to the system used in England. Primary school consists of seven years, and secondary school consists of seven years. All of the five secondary schools in the Isle of Man have a sixth form centre.
- Primary education
- Secondary education
Further and higher education
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- Isle of Man Government Department of Education
- Isle of Man Schools page
- History of Education In the Isle of Man. R.B. MOORE, Esq., Education Week, 1926
- History - Government Building (formally Hanover Street School), Lord Street, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 1LE
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