Over 60 enthusiastic children from Years 1 to 3 had a fantastic time developing their hockey skills on Saturday 19th January. They worked on their dribbling ability, striking, passing and control skills. They then put all of these together in match situations.
They were coached and supported by their class teachers, teaching assistants and the PE teachers, with lots of parents encouraging them from the sidelines.
We are already very much looking forward to our second clinic for the Year 1 - 3s later in the term.
Braeburn's policy of accelerated mathematics continues to impress. As students enter the secondary school, students have already been identified as possible accelerated learners. They are streamed into a Top Set and when they eventually begin their IGCSE syllabi, it is planned that they will complete the course at the end of year 10.
Those students who have managed to maintain high standards through this intense period are asked to apply for the early sitting of Mathematics in October prior to the final examinations in May. This allows them to commence the A level syllabus in year 11 and further, an option to do Further Mathematics in Year 13.
We are very happy to announce that ALL candidates this year scored an A* or A in this years early sitting of IGCSE Mathematics.
Ashar Asjad A*
Xinyang Kong A*
Rohaan Islam A*
Akshat Jain A*
Paridhi Jain A*
Essey Molla A*
Kelsi Rwanjeu A*
Ray Susanto A*
Lea Tanaskovic A*
Stephen Akunda A*
Muskan Valli A
Sonia Nyakuramba A
Brighita Mzee A
Jolene Harawa A
Audrey Brown A
Congratulations to Kelsi Rwanjeu and Audrey Brown who also scored A*s in their early sitting of IGCSE Development Studies
BRAEBURN OVERALL POSITION 2ND OUT OF 16 SCHOOLS
AN OUTSTANDING DISPLAY OF ATHLETICS
Kasarani once again provided the setting for another outstanding day of Athletics. Records and standards were once again raised in many areas and all teams that attended are thanked and appreciated for their efforts on the day. Braeburn team should once again be very proud of their overall performance. The under 19 Girls were champions for their age group again and the overall team performance was an excellent 2nd position to a well prepared Turi St Andrews.
What a rewarding week for the school. The entire cast and it's many assistants and helpers should be highly commended for three outstanding performances of "Jesus Christ Superstar" which commenced on Thursday in front of a schools audience and ended on Saturday Evening. Each performance steadily improved highlighting the casts great ability to take constructive feedback and self reflect leading to improved performance. The cast were rewarded with a fun party afterwards, which they deeply deserved.
Braeburn competed in 60 Individual events and 6 Relays with an elite squad of 10 swimmers. Over 30 Schools took part this year.
OVERALL TEAM PERFORMANCE
INDIVIDUAL MEDAL COUNT
Withstanding the blistering heat of Mombasa in Kenya, the De Guzman siblings, Rowena and Risha run away with eleven (11) medals – four (4) golds, five (5) silver and two (2) bronze enabling their team, Braeburn Swim Team to snatch the fifth (5th) place overall against 36 teams from all over Kenya and Uganda in the 2018 Kenyan Swimming Federation (KSF) Short Course Nationals Swimming Championships.
The swimming gala, a qualifier for the World SC Championships on December 2018 in Hangzhou, China, was staged on October 19 to 21, 2018 in Oshwal Academy, off Beach Road, Nyali in Mombasa, Kenya.
The Braeburn Swim Team was composed of only ten (10) swimmers namely, Abdul Bagha, Risha De Guzman and Njukia Kihara who competed in the Boys 12-13, Hamza Rechchad in the Boys 14-15 and Dale Mwangi in the Boys 16 & over age group. The youngest member of the squad was Ameya Rana who raced in the Girls 10-11 category while the eldest were Rowena De Guzman and Rachel Schoch who saw action in the Girls 16 & over category. The rest of the Braeburn Swim Team were Nurayn Bagha and Savannah Grantham who were both Girls under 14-15 class.