This year was the first time that BNIS was able to compete at the Braeburn Athletics as a full participating team. This meant that we were able to compete in the sprinting track events that involved using lanes. These events were the 75, 100,200 meters as well as the relays.
We had 26 children on our team competing in U9, U11 and U13 categories. All our children performed very well and in the relay events we made the finals in U9 boys as well as U11 girls. In the individual events Julia (75M), Theo (75M), Lois (200M), Edith (100M) and Noah (200M) made the final.
This year we took three medals. Lily-Sue won a bronze in the girls U11 800 meters, Joseph won silver in the U13 boy’s javelin and Luca won gold in the U9 boy’s ball throw. Fantastic results by all out athletes. Well done to our team who made Braeburn Nanyuki proud.
United Nations Universal Children’s Day was established in 1954 and is celebrated on 20th November each year to promote international togetherness and improve children’s lives across the world.
For a donation of at least 50 ksh, children can wear no uniform on Monday 20th November. This also applies to PE/Games when they can wear their choice of shorts, T-shirt and trainers. The money raised will be donated to a local children’s charity.
At Braeburn Nanyuki we shall mark this United Nations Day on
Thursday, 23d November.
The International Day for Tolerance is an annual observance declared by UNESCO
in 1995 to generate public awareness of the dangers of intolerance.
As global citizens how can we contribute towards this theme in our everyday lives?
Our Under 7 Football Team traveled to Pembroke house for their annual U7-7Aside football tournament. The team comprised of, Adrien, Lance, Daniel, Anna, Erika, Peyton, Jed, Sam, Archie, Dibya and Isaac.
We played a total of 4 matches winning all the matches in the group stages and then met Pembroke House A Team in the finals where we scored 1 – 0 to clinch this year’s trophy. Join us in congratulating our boys and girls for their wonderful performance.
The Reading House in Early Years has been an amazing addition, acting as a Quiet Area. The children have not only found a quiet haven for themselves, but they have also been making new friends and getting to know each other. Through their very interesting conversations, new ideas have been generated, shared and eventually implemented in collaboration.