The Year 2 children had a lovely time on their visit to Brown's Cheeses. They learnt how cheese is made from start to finish, made their own cheese and saw fruits and vegetables growing on the farm. They were also able to see different farm animals, cows, sheep, rabbits, chickens and pigs.
In addition, Mr. John challenged them to fill a bucket with milk by milking the cow! Sadly, we did not get much out, but we had lots of fun! Finally, all the children got to make their own pizza from start to finish! They ate their pizza (after it was cooked) and also got an ice cream treat.
I am very glad to inform you that our school won 44 medals and 2 trophies. Our students really worked very hard and they were rewarded.
World Scholar's regional round took place at Light international school on 15th & 16th February, from 8 am to 8pm.
Braeburn High school represented 3 teams- 2 Junior teams and 1 Senior team
There were 800 students from different local & international school took part and our school students won 22 gold &22 silver medals and two Trophies for Junior Scholar's bowl & Junior Champion
All our 8 students were qualified to go for the Global round which is going to be hosted in Barcelona between 20th and 30th July 2018
Ms Regina Raj
World Scholars Patron
On Thursday 1st January, the BTEC and Business students took a trip to Equity Centre, the head office of the Equity Group. It was a great learning experience, where we gained information on various aspects of running a business.
The topics discussed included Corporate Social Responsibility through Equity’s ‘Wings To Fly’ programme and its effect on business, Finance and budgeting through their Business Performance department, borrowing through their Credit department, corporate communication and the effects of the capping on interest rates to the economy as a whole.
The annual mega camp happened last week in Kembu. 6 Braeburn schools took part, with 80 scouts converging to make friends and learn team work.
Various activities were on offer including making chicken coups; a farm tour to see the cows and horses, the shearing of sheep and subsequent carding of the wool, and weaving! Children who had money got the opportunity to purchase wool teddies and merchandise from the Kenana Knitters. There was also an obstacle courses; first aid course; Amazing Race and Archery!
We had plenty of fun and this was capped by entertainment on the last night around the bonfire. Next year we will be back for another tour, this time might be in Naro Moru. Watch this space.