Last night there was great excitement when we saw some of our choir and Louis Murphy ( wasn’t he great ?) on the Toy Show. It was a late to bed night but that didn’t stop our Junior Choir who were up early to sing at the school fair today. They drew a big crowd as they sang several carols from the stage at noon today. Well done Junior Choir and Mrs. Collins.
The excitement in St. Brigids continued today at the School Fair…
We know anyone who visited the fair today was bound to have met our Green Schools Committee who had their very own stand. Wow ! It was an impressive array of recycled decorations, games and information. They displayed their green code , which gives us ideas of how to be greener at school. They had a mascot, and a name the mascot competition. They also had a junk couture dress on display and a Christmas wreath made from plastic bottles.
They explained clearly to everyone who visited the stand what they were trying to promote at school.
Well done to the committee and teachers Ms. G. Fay and Ms. O’Halloran . A fantastic addition to the fair.
Have another listen…
)We are all very proud of our Senior Choir tonight. They sang beautifully and looked like they were having great fun . Thank you all for your hard work and well done Mrs. Williams !
The children in 5th class were coding their MicroBits to play music this week as part of their STEM block. Have a listen….
The children in Room 8 are coding with Bee Bots as part of their STEM block. They are giving the Bee Bots instructions to complete literacy and numeracy tasks. Take a look at the children at work:
We don’t know how or why we missed these two handwriting winners but we are glad we realised it and they got their prizes this week. Well done !
Did you know 1.3 million people watched the toy show last year. We are really excited about the show this Friday night. It is always a great show but this year, St, Brigid’s is represented by Louis Murphy from 6th playing guitar and Mrs. Williams and a group of children from the Senior Choir who are performing “Someone You Loved “ by Lewis Capaldi at the end of the show.
PS The entire choir will be singing carols in the Concert Hall on Sunday 8th December.