Braddan School

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Ta Jishag y Nollick anys shoh!
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Bannaghtyn y Nollick. Ta Jishag y Nollick anys shoh! Nollick ghennal as blein vie noa. Seasons Greetings. Father Christmas is here. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Reception Class, Year 1 and Year 2 all had a special visitor today. We were so lucky to go and meet Santa. He was so lovely and k…

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OUR BIG CHRISTMAS SING!​
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We loved having a festive sing at our local church. We sang beautiful Christmas songs. We were so lucky because Mrs Corlett played the piano and we had a special guest too! Mrs Trimble played the organ and the piano! Our choir sang songs and the whole school sang songs too. It was wonderful.

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Pantomime Performances
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PANTOMIME PERFORMANCES – yrs 2 - 6 Please be aware that the car park will be especially busy on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons (11th and 12th) due to the pantomime performances. You may wish to consider parking a short distance from school and walking up. We will extend the collection period from…

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Christmas Fair
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Many Thanks to everyone who was able to help or support our first Christmas Fair on Friday. Miss Reeday did an excellent job of planning and organising the event, which was a great success. We know lots of you will be receiving presents bought from our 'secret shop', and Father Christmas saw lots o…

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Pudsey Visits Braddan
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We were all surprised when Pudsey Bear visited our school ahead of Children in Need. Thank you for all your donations to this worthy cause.

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Farewell!
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There were lots of tears, but lots of good memories as we said farewell to Mrs Trimble last week. We wish her all the best - she will be back with us as a supply teacher on her return from Nepal, as well as seeking out new adventures.

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Remembrance
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We were very proud of our children last week, who took part in a variety of activities with different pupils and different teachers. They showed respect and understanding of a wide range of issues connected with the First World War. Every child and member of staff painted a poppy stone. Although th…

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