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Scouts Working for a Better World

Braeburn School, Scouts Working for a Better World

For the past six years, Braeburn Scouts have dedicated term three as a tree planting season. This year we had very enthusiastic contributions from our young environmentalists because, for the first time since we started, we had at least three seedlings from the 27 scouts who generously contributed towards this ... Read more

The ban on plastic bags - what it means for you and why it’s a positive opportunity for change.

Arusha, The ban on plastic bags - what it means for you and why it’s a positive opportunity for change.

From the 1stJune this year, Tanzania will join other East African nations and many countries worldwide in banning single use plastic bags; but why? Well that’s easy, pollution. Plastic bags are made from oil, which, when burnt, release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. When buried, they slowly degrade into ... Read more

Safari Fun

Nanyuki, Safari Fun

On Friday 10th May we finally held our postponed Safari themed disco that we were forced to cancel in February.  Before the sun set, kids went on their own safari, discovering animals that were hidden around the quad. Each animal was in charge of a letter which, when put altogether ... Read more

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