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
If you can't see it, you can't be it'
Both 4th classes attended a Blitz Day in Na Fianna this week with girls from other schools in the area. This was held in Na Fianna and was organised by our School's GPO Mark Mc Manus. It was a really fantastic day and we all had a great time. All teams played four or five games and we learned lots as well as meeting girls in other schools and making friends.
Thanks so much to Mark and Na Fianna for hosting this. Also to Niall Cooper and all the referees and teachers who helped out. We can't wait for next year. Congratulations to Scoil Mobhi and Corpus Christi who won the cup and the shield respectively:-)
Check out the video below to see how much fun we had:-).
Check out the slideshow below to see all the action from recent Active Schools Week. It was very successful and we had lots of fun........ and sun??. Throughout the week we had GAA, frisbee sessions, gymnastics, dance in class and yard, circuit training, Jersey Day, active homework and a famous sportsperson competition.
Thanks so much to the teachers and children on the committee for helping to organise the activities and to everyone for making such a big effort to take part.?. Enjoy the video!!
What was your favourite part of the week?
Click on the picture of the question mark to bring you to our Active Schools section for today's famous sportspeople competition! Good luck.
Make sure to comment and put your facts in the Active Schools blog and not here.
'We're so impressed with the competition entries so far. It's proving very difficult to pick winners. Congratulations to Jennifer Farrell (Room 13), Eve and Carla Dunne (Room 6 and 7) and Lily Fitzgerald (Room 9) who were the winners of yesterday's competition. Monday's winners were Caoilfhinn Glynn and Ellen Murphy.
Happy Active Schools Week everyone. We all know how important physical activity is for our health, our energy levels and our well being in general. We try to stay active in St. Brigid's every week and as an Active School we will make a special effort this week. Parents can check out what we'll be up to by following us on twitter @
We're going to do circuit training on Jersey Day, Drop everything and dance during class and have some taster sessions of frisbee with a coach from Ultimate frisbee.
Thanks to the teachers and students on the Active Schools Committee for their help this week.
Click on the picture above or here to bring you to our special Active Schools blog where you can enter our 'Famous sportsperson competition' each day. Enjoy:-)
Check out the slideshow below for more photos from our recent Active Schools Week including the hockey pitch challenge. Thanks to everyone who put in such a great effort all week. A special thanks to the committee for all their work and coming into school early to set up the events.
Remember our motto:
Be Active, Be Smart, Take Care of your Heart
Active Schools Week 2016 on PhotoPeach
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