I wish to commend our students and the teaching staff individually and collectively for the commitment to raising standards in teaching and learning. The standards in the classroom and beyond have improved considerably as illustrated by the many and varied achievements of our students.
This week, Braestars took time to celebrate their mothers and mother figures in different ways. They wrote poetry, made cards and posted notes on display boards to show their appreciation.
for every hug and every kiss
to send me on my way,
For always putting me to bed
to prepare for another day.
For never letting go
of the hope you hold for my life,
for keeping it so close to your heart
all this time.
For yelling at me when I am out of place,
For telling me the truth,
For forgiving me for what I say
because I know it hurts sometimes.
So now I say what I feel
at this time and day,
that mum I love you all the time
So Happy Mothers Day By Ashley K. Year 9C
Candidates exiting School at the End of an Exam
Students are allowed to go home after their exams as long as the key times have passed. We would wish to advise that Parents/Guardians give a note in the morning to be dropped off at the reception authorising such exits. This will reduce the need to make repeated phone calls seeking for such authorisation.
From the Sports Desk
Our school teams have embarked on a rigorous training ready for this term’s sporting activities. A few matches have been played this week including Rugby and Netball.
U13 Boys football A team vs Premier (Draw 3-3)
U13 Boys football B team vs Premier (Won 1-0)
U13 Girls netball A vs Premier (Won 14-4)
U13 Girls netball B team vs Premier (Won 16-3)
U15 Girls netball A vs Premier (Won 11-9)
U15 Boys Rugby vs Peponi School (Lost 12-19)
Have a good weekend.
Mr. Joel Ndung’u
Deputy Headteacher - Pastoral