- Toy stalls
- Book stalls
- Coffee shop
- Easter egg hunt
- A visit from the Easter bunny
- Easter bonnet competition
- and lots, lots more
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Just encase you haven't heard....the Easter Fair is happening this Sunday the 14th April. Final preparations are underway. Here are some things to look forward to;
Well done to our 2nd class girls in Room 9 who put on a wonderful show for their parents yesterday performing the excerpt from 'Annie' that they have been working on in their drama lessons over the last while. Well done girls!
We have reviewed our Visual Arts plan. It is available to view in the Home tab under school policies.
We are working hard to prepare for our mega Easter Fair,which takes place on April 14th. We are seeking parents to volunteer at the various stations and stall so that we can make the most out of the day. As well as the very popular Easter hunt and the book and toys stall, we are also expecting the Easter bunny to pay a visit.
We are also organising an Easter bonnet competition using a paper plate supplied by us. We are hoping for some very creative ideas!
Our main value for April is TRUTH. Our weekly sub-values are Honesty and Self-Worth. We've got two songs this month too. The Honesty Song for junior classes and Labi Siffe's Something Inside So Strong for the senior classes.
Check out some of the Non-Violence lessons and activities that took place around the school during March!
Well done to everyone who was so wonderfully supportive of our annual cake sale last Friday in aid of The Caroline Foundation, Caring for Pádraig and our school. We couldn't do it without the generosity and kindness of our students, parents and all of the staff who contribute in so many ways.
A special mention to Joan who organises this event and does a huge amount of work in the weeks running up to it. Also we are very grateful to the wonderful 6th class girls who ran the event so well on the day. We were delighted as always to have Ms Dwyer's (Caroline's) parents visit on the day. She
has a very special place in the hearts of all in St. Brigid's and we are delighted to support the great work for cancer research going on in her name. Thanks everyone:-).
See the video below for a snapshot of the busy but fun day!
Our 6th classes took a break from Confirmation preparation last week to take part in the 20x20 campaign around the visibility of girls in sport and to mark International Women's Day. Both classes joined together to play football and do some circuits which they set up themselves. Check out our video below.
Well done everyone! #ShowYourStripes
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