Braddan School

Show Respect - Learn Together - Try Your Best

Welcome to Braddan School.

Here you can find useful information and guidance, as well as seeing what our pupils are doing as they grow their brains at school. If you have any ideas or suggestions on things to add, please let us know.

At Braddan we aim to develop the values of Respect, Caring, Listening, Community, Equity and Curiosity in all of the pupils, as well as modelling these as adults on a daily basis across the school.

You can read all about the Isle of Man Essentials For Learning by following this link https://e4l.sch.im to see what all the schools on the Isle of Man work towards together to provide the best education for your children.

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Can you use binary code?
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Pictures can be stored in a computer as a grid of numbers. Each number gives the colour of that small area or pixel. This is also the way that digital images are stored and represented on a screen.We used multi-link to code a letter. We used binary code to make binary code bracelets. Some people ma…

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Congratulations to Key Stage 1 coders!
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We are learning to use code and program in lots of different ways. We have already earned a certificate and we will be earning many more this week and next week. Today we used Beebots, a blue coding mouse and a purple coding mouse, two robots called Botley and a coding app with a dinosaur called Da…

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We are joining in with EU code week!
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We will do some coding and programming activities this week and some next week. You can see some of what we will be doing over the next two weeks by clicking on the link below and then selecting the activities. We will also post photos on here to show you our amazing learning. Key Stage 1 are going…

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Hop Tu Naa
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Year 3 were very lucky to have a special visitor yesterday. Chloe taught us all about the Mheillea and Hop-tu-Naa traditions on the Isle of Man. We learnt songs about Jinny the witch and danced around the Babban ny Mheillea. It was great fun! We were also surprised to learn that Jinny the witch was…

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New Year
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The New School Year is well under way - and I'm pleased to say that everyone has settled back really well. We have already spent time updating our School Vision, and set about working to achieve this. We have distilled this into three simple statements to show what everyone at Braddan School aims t…

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Outdoor Learning Development
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Get your hands dirty! Hartford helps Braddan School grow outdoor learning - Hartford Homes were delighted to make a very special, if somewhat surprising, delivery to the pupils of Braddan School, Douglas: a truckload of topsoil. Fresh from one of the developer’s sites, the soil will find a welcome…

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