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, Professionalism, Fairness 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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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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Book Bother!
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Oh dear! What a lot of sorting out the teachers are having to do - all of our guided reading books have been muddled up. If you have any school reading books at home PLEASE send them back in before the end of term so we can finish sorting them out, ready for September. Don't forget, the Family Libr…

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Cello Concert
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We were treated to a wonderful cello concert today by our year 5 and 6 cellists, along with their teacher Tatiana.

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A thank you from Hospice Isle of Man
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We have been helping Hospice Isle of Man to make special 'Back Home' boxes for people who are returning home alone from a stay in Hospice. Hospice have been working with the Co-op to design posters and children were asked to draw a food item that could go in a hospitality box. This is one of the wi…

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Our Flower Festival flowers
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Reception and Year One children made this beautiful up-cycled flower quilt from pre-loved clothing and a duvet cover. Everyone drew on the leaves to make them more interesting and realistic and the children who wanted to learn to sew, using a real needle, made the flowers. The children even sewed t…

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Computer Bus
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We are really pleased t have Mr Townsend and his computer bus visiting our school this week. Year two have said "The computer bus has taught us so much! We’re excited to keep building on our new skills!"

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Where's Olive?
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Has anyone spotted Olive? She is the Braddan wallaby who has hopped off along with all the other wild wallabies and who is somewhere on the Isle of Man. Have you found her yet??? Send in a photo of her, or any of the other wallabies currently hopping about, and we'll post it on our website.

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Singing Sensations
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Our Choir took part in the 'Singing Stories' concert at the Villa Marina this week, which involved over 600 children from schools all around the island. Everyone was blown away by the amazing singing. Special thanks to Mrs Mellon for leading the choir and helping them to learn all the songs.

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Sporting Stars!
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Our netball team took part in the Island Netball Tournament this week, and they did a great job! They improved their skills as the competition developed, and were praised for their sportsman like behaviour.

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