Author Archives: Mr Brannigan

Brian’s end of year blog!

Hello everyone, How are you? I am fine and well and growing very fast. Mama Sue told me that your school will soon be closing for a long holiday. I hope you all have a nice time. We will be … Continue reading

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A Video from The Happy House

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Jambo rafiki, Jambo is “hello” and “rafiki” is friends in swahili which is the common language in Kenya. Auntie Libby is writing this for me but one day when I am big enough I will be able to write for … Continue reading

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A letter from Brian

Jambo, Do you like school dinners? I do. I like everything we get to eat – breakfast, dinner and tea. For breakfast we have porridge or sweet bread and a drink of milky tea. Then when we are in school … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from Brian

Jambo to all my friends at Devonshire School. Auntie Libby is writing this for me. She says you will all be getting very excited about Christmas. We celebrated Christmas early at the Happy House because our Mama and Papa were … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from Brian

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Biscuit Eating Brian

Children of Watamu Happy House, Kenya Hi to all my family at Devonshire school, We had a party to welcome home Mama, Papa and Auntie Libby and I won the competition to see who could eat a biscuit the fastest! … Continue reading

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Baby Brian Hayward

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All about Brian

Baby Brian was born in June 2010 in Malindi Hospital, Kenya, weighing a very health 3.2kg. Shortly after birth his mum walked out of the hospital leaving her baby behind, covered by the bedclothes – no-one will ever know what … Continue reading

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