IB Students "Big Project"

Last week our IB students delivered a new library and books to a local school in Narok County. This huge achievement forms part of their IB course and is result of much planning, fundraising and logistics to get this completed and resourced Library to a much needed cause. We are very proud of these students that they understand the impact of their service commitment to our wider community and fellow citizens, well done.

 
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Theatre Summer Schools at BGE

Dear Parents, we are very happy to announce that BGE are hosting 2 x Theatre & Musical Summers Schools, run by our friends from Braeburn Arusha in mid July. For all students aged 8 and above who enjoy music, drama, dance and theatre, this will be a really exciting and enjoyable week, culminating in a performance on the final Sunday for parents to view.

Students are able stay here for the whole week or just attend daily.
If you are interested in booking a place for this programme, all details are on the flyer attached.

Outdoor Classroom Day

On Thursday, we had a fantastic day in the EYU, taking all of our learning outdoors. 

'Outdoor Classroom Day is a global campaign to celebrate and inspire outdoor learning and play. Outdoor learning improves children's health, engages them with learning and leads to a greater connection with nature.' 
Every class did a range of activities and the children had a wonderful day, full of hands-on learning. 
Creche made flower potions in the garden, washed the doll's clothes and hung them up. They also had a picnic at snack time while watching the fish and ducks at the lake. 
FS1 made clay faces in the trees near the lake, had a picnic snack, played running and chasing games, created a journey stick and spotted some animals and mini-beasts around the school grounds. 
FS2 went fishing, went on a mini-beast hunt, played outdoor games, made bows and fishing rods and made pictures and words with leaves.

Scholarships for Intake August 2018

https://gardenestate.braeburn.com/downloads/scholarships/

Scholarships for Intake August 2018

 Braeburn Garden Estate recognises that scholarships provide a positive motivation for students and will also aid successful students in their University applications and careers. Scholarships can also allow students to access BGE who may not ordinarily be able to do so.

 BGE will be offering the following scholarships for September intake 2018

 Year 9 Intake

   Academic Scholarship

This is awarded on overall academic performance* to a BGE Year 8 student. School reports and teacher recommendations form the basis of the award in conjunction with a series of specified tests.

  ‘Excellence in’ Scholarship

This is awarded to a Year 8 student(s) who may excel in extra-curricular activities including sports, music and drama. Students are expected to exhibit performance at a representative level and are likely to undertake performance tests, specific to the award they are seeking to receive.

 Both year 9 scholarship categories may allow up to a 30% reduction on tuition fees that will apply to years 9, 10 & 11. Students should submit an application form and letter by Friday 30th March 2018. (This aspect must be completed by the student.)

International Baccalaureate Diploma Course Intake

   Academic Scholarship

This is awarded on overall academic performance* to any student (Braeburn or otherwise) who has an existing set of KCSE or IGCSE examination results taken in their first sitting. Applicants will submit an application letter together with their ‘mock’ examination grades by Friday 30th March 2018. The student(s) will be awarded a scholarship of up to a 30% reduction on tuition fees for the 2-year duration of the course, dependent on final results in August.

   ‘Excellence in’ Scholarship

This is awarded to a Year 11 student(s) who may excel in extra-curricular activities including sports, music and drama. Students are expected to exhibit performance at a representative level and are likely to undertake performance tests, specific to the award they are seeking to receive.

 *Please Note, all scholarship applicants will be interviewed by the Head Teacher as part of awarding process. All decisions made are at the discretion of the Head Teacher and are full and final. Scholarships are given with the caveat of acceptable behaviour and performance being attained; Scholarships can be removed at any time if performance or attitude is deemed unacceptable.

 Applications to Braeburn Garden Estate School can be sent or e-mailed to the Head Teacher, rob.jackson@braeburn.ac.ke while applications to Braeburn School can be sent or e-mailed to the Headteacher, david.dunn@braeburn.ac.ke.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted via email.