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Holiday Activities
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If you are looking for some activities for your child to do during the Christmas break, check out what's on offer from the Sports Development Team. xmas_19.pdf

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Drum roll please for...........The Hideout
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We have a name for our new forest school classroom at the top corner of the big field. Lots and lots of people entered the competition to name this learning area. There were so many brilliant names that could have been chosen. It was so tricky to choose that we had to ask the staff at Barclays bank…

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Illness In School
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I'm sure you will be aware that there are lots of cases of illness in island schools at the moment, primarily of flu like symptoms. Please can we remind you that if your child is sick or has diarrhoea, then we ask that they remain off school for 48 hours following their last symptoms. We understand…

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Badminton
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Pictured are our excellent Badminton team who represented Braddan School, supported by our friend Buster. If your child would like to join our Wednesday Badminton club, please contact the office for details.

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Fab!
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All our children at Braddan are fab - but some stand out as always making good choices - and we like to celebrate just how fab they are - with a FAB award!

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Braddan Forest School!
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We are absolutely thrilled with the transformation that Ms Maddrell has overseen in developing our very own forest school area in our school grounds. With the support of Barclays staff, Ms Maddrell has created a wonderful area for the children to use in developing a whole range of skills. We can't…

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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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