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What we've been up to at Braddan School…


Message from Mrs Oates
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I need to inform you that I will be absent from school for six weeks from 4th October. During that time Mrs Trimble will be covering the day to day management of the school. She will still be teaching year 5, but will have some office time, with Mrs Vaughan teaching the class on these occasions. If…

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Head Lice
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Head lice are a common part of being a child, but can be extremely difficult to get rid of. Although there are many treatments available, it is important to remember that combing using a nit comb systematically over 10 days is the only way to really get rid of all the lice and eggs. Just a couple l…

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New Year
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It's been a great start to the new school year - and everyone has settled into their classes really well. In some classes though it has been a bit of a squash and a squeeze to fit everyone's belongings into the classroom. Please remember that your child doesn't need a big backpack for school. A boo…

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Today is the Teddy Bears Picnic!
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Yesterday Reception Class made some lovely cakes for the Teddy Bears Picnic and they made chocolate Rice Krispie cakes too. We are really looking forward to seeing our new Reception children and their families today at 2.30pm.

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Best of Braddan
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Thank you for all your super entries into our Best of Braddan show. From baking to handicrafts, painting and drawing, home grown produce and handwriting, the judges were really impressed by the standard of work on show.

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Isle of Architecture
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Click the link below to look at interesting architecture on the Isle of Man. The year 5 class recently attended an art workshop in Government Buildings as part of the Isle of Architecture. They had thought about their favourite building on the Isle of Man before the visit and practised drawing thes…

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Oliver Twist
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We all watched a performance of Oliver Twist in the hall. Four actors played all of the parts so they had to do very quick costume changes and they also had to change the scenery really quickly too. The audience were amazing! Super listening skills and applause.

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