The Camp was a nice experience we all had fun. We did different activities some were challenging and some were fun, we made friends. Two students represented our school for the Guard of honour the two students were Debbie and Jean Claude they marched for the guests we had lots of fun and we achieved some badges and got scarfs. It was so cold it was 9 degrees. We also cooked our breakfast on the fast day - Debbie, Year 5
The scouts camp was a very fun experience. We were 16 in the camp, 4 Chipukizis, and 12 Sunguras. We went to St Andrews Turi and stayed 3 days and 2 nights. We did lots of activities and apparently we had to cook our own breakfast. One of the activities was water slide which was the best activity. We had other activities like the Turi ski, Blind trail, Mine field and many more. It was really cold at night. A guest of honour came to inspect the camp I was a guest of honou - Jean, Year 5
On Wednesday we had an enjoyable morning in our Coffee Morning with various performers right from EYFS to Year 6 showcasing their Musical talents. This climaxed with a performance by our guest performers from the high school section.
Braeburn Imani is delighted to host about 100 Patrol Leader Scouts from the KAIIS Schools. A wet night didn't dampen spirits.
The annual hog charge event hosted by Peponi School was graced by almost all International schools in Kenya. The event managed to raise three million kenya shillings that will be used to put an electric fence around Mount Kenya national park. Braeburn Imani was represented by Mir, Jay, Krisha, Immanuel and Max. Our team came fourth in the under 12 boys category with an improved time as compared to last year. Well done boys and a big Thanks to our esteemed parents for their wonderful support.
Braeburn Imani Junior Athletics team had a competitive and fun filled day at BGE during the Braeburn Athletics Meet. We are so proud of the effort and skill displayed by our athletes.