Pink Day for Breast Cancer Awareness

BMIS turned several shades of pink as we did our annual fundraising drive to help Breast Cancer Awareness charities. Thank you to everyone for their donations and for their pinkishness on the day.

International Day

Azerbaijan to the USA, we had a great variety of countries represented at our parade to begin our International Day. It was lovely to see so many colours and national costumes on students and teachers.

Early Years enjoyed traveled from India, France, Kenya and New Zealand. They made the Eiffel Tower with blocks and their bodies and learnt all about the Kiwi.

In Primary, pupils traveled around the world, learning about Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Uganda, Kenya and Scotland. They were artist exploring Aboriginal painting styles, chefs making Scottish shortbread and were weaving like they do in Brazil.

The Secondary pupils learned to write greetings and their names in different languages, worked as a team to learn and present about another country and enjoyed games from another country outdoors.

Kilifi Gold Triathlon

"Once again, a huge thank you for your contribution to the success of the Kilifi Gold Triathlon. We have already had such wonderful feedback about your registration desk, which was run professionally and with a smile.

Thank you for the Super Raffle ticket sales as well. You helped raise Kes 200,000 on ticket sales. For your time and efforts, the KGT Committee are delighted to make a donation of Kes 5,000 to the Interact fund for your education project.

We hope you'll want to send an Interact team again next year - there's no one else we'd rather have there. "

 

Kind regards,

 Laura Brooks

Chair

Kilifi Gold Triathlon CBO Committee

 

Primary Pupils Solving Mathematics Problems

One of the highlights of last week is popping round to the different classes on a Friday morning whilst the Maths Problem solving challenges are being completed. Each week children from Year 3,4,5 and 6 are mixed up into small groups and they then head off to tackle a range of tricky Maths problems. The buzz in the classrooms is always great; I love hearing about which challenges were particularly tricky! Keep up the great work Key Stage 2.