Braeburn Mombasa’s annual Primary Interhouse Hockey Tournament took place on Wednesday, with a clear favourite in Chui; lucky enough to have 64% of the school’s best Hockey players.
The first games saw Simba 1 face off against Kifaru 1, and Simba 2 go head-to-head with Kifaru 2. Both games ended in 0-0 draws as the PE team realised that they needed to enlarge the shooting circles on both pitches.
Final scores were Kifaru in 3rd with 5 points, Simba in 2nd with 13 points, and our winners were the juggernaut, otherwise known as Chui, with a massive 24 points!
Friday, May 3rd, 2019 at 2pm. Hall of Nations.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure!
Everyone is welcome - bring friends and family.
Price: 500 Ksh for each table.
Please contact Faith or Rose to reserve a table:
+254 (0) 20 2026156 / +254 (0) 723 846 878
Year 5 ventured down to Early Years to do some paired reading with FS2. When we were reading with the children, we made sure they understood the story by asking them different types of questions. In class we have been learning about Bloom’s Taxonomy and we have been focusing on the first three levels: ‘I remember’, ‘I understand’ and ‘I can apply’. We have been looking at various children’s books and creating example questions for the three different levels.
When we arrived in Early Years, we were put into pairs and chose a quiet spot to read with our partner. We made sure we used lots of expressions and we definitely asked plenty of questions. We had a fantastic time and even had time to play with our partners for five minutes in the end!
Stay and Play was a morning filled with different fun activities that children enjoyed with their parents. The children were proud to show all their work and introduce their favourite activities to their parents.
The U16 Girls Football Tournament was a great success. Six schools took part in the tournament with a total of 7 teams. Our team was called “Braekoni” as Braeburn and Kivukoni girls came together to participate in the tournament.
The matches were played in a round-robin. We played six matches in total, won two matches, 2-0 AKAM B and 1-0 Oshwal and drew four matches 0-0 AKAM A, Memon A & B and Jaffery.
We had a tie in the number of points with the AKAM A team but given that we had not lost to any team in the matches, we won the tournament!