High School Week 11 Newsletter

Dear Parent/Guardian,

‘‘Put your heart, mind, intellect and soul even to your smallest acts. This is the secret of success’’. Swami Sivananda

As week 11 draws it’s curtains closed, I realised that Braestars work with this mantra at heart as was evident in their activities.

ISI Pre-Inspection

The ISI Inspection which is due in May rolled off with a visit by one of the inspectors who did a preview of the school and guided us on what to expect in May.

World Poetry Day

This day was marked with recitations of poetry at the reception foyer early in the morning before registration, at break time and at lunch time. The students show cased great talent through rendition of poems in various languages namely English, French, German, Swahili and even Japanese. I hope next time there will be more languages exhibited for as we all know poetry is indeed a brief, terse and pithy representation of life. A kaleidoscope of issues that affect society in general was well brought out by the passionate voices of students and teachers. A guest poet joined the KS3 students in the theatre.

‘‘It was an excellent showcasing of poetry in the school and the guest was on point’’. Gift B. Year 8C

Year 13 Prom

On Saturday, 23rd March 2019 our Year 13 students literally mark their last dance in High School. We wish the class all the best as they cross the important bridge that finally brings them out into society.

End of Key Stage 3 Careers Clinic

On Friday, 22nd March 2019, we had the pleasure of hosting different professionals who gave an insight into their careers to our Year 9 students who are graduating from Key Stage 3.

School Photos

Kindly follow this link http://meharimages.com/braeside 2019/ to access your child’s individual and class photo. Order forms will be issued on Monday, 25th March 2019.

From the Sports Desk

Our Year 11 and under 13 Girls participated in a football tournament at Braeburn Gitanga Road while swimmers took part in KAISSO swimming gala at Gems Cambridge International School.

I do wish you a good weekend.


Ms. Carol Omollo

Head of Modern Foreign Languages Department