The government of the Isle of Man is a parliamentary representative democracy. As a Crown Dependency, it is subordinate to the government of the United Kingdom, which rarely intervenes in the domestic affairs of the isle. The Monarch of the United Kingdom is also The Queen, Lord of Mann, and is the head of state of the Isle of Man.
King William's College (Colleish Ree Illiam in Manx) is an independent school for ages 3 to 18, situated near Castletown on the Isle of Man. The College is located on two sites in Castletown; the main estate which takes pride of place on the shore of Castletown Bay, and The Buchan School which is the College's preparatory school, located in the Westhill part of Castletown, some two miles from the main campus.
The Centre for Manx Studies is the main centre on the Isle of Man for the study of the Isle of Man, the Manx language, and Manx culture and history. Founded in 1992, the Centre is part of the School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology in the University of Liverpool.
The Isle of Man International Business School is an institution of higher education on the Isle of Man. The Business School is located in the Nunnery mansion estate, close to the island's capital Douglas. It provides various academic degrees and professional qualifications in many different areas of business and finance, to students from all around the world.
Queen Elizabeth II High School is a co-educational comprehensive school in Peel Isle of Man. It is commonly referred to as simply QE2 and teaches the years 7-11 as well as a sixth form for years 12-13. The school was opened on 5 July 1979 by Queen Elizabeth II, during her visit to the island to celebrate the millennium of Tynwald and since then has grown to about 850 students and about 50 staff.
Castle Rushen High School is a co-educational secondary state school located in Castletown on the Isle of Man. The school is one of six secondary schools on the island, and teaches children between 11 and 19 years old. The Headteacher is Mr Andrew Cole.
Bunscoill Ghaelgagh is a Manx-language primary school in St John's, Isle of Man. It is the only school in the world where children are taught their lessons solely in Manx and which allows children to learn the language fluently. Students go on to the Queen Elizabeth II High School in Peel, where GCSE Manx is offered from the age of 12.
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