What a spooky morning it was in the Infant building today!
Listen to the great Halloween singing from the children in Room 5!
The remaining 6th classes took part in virtual STEM sessions with the DreamSpace team today. It was a fantastic experience for all the children. They learned lots about the world of STEM, mixed reality, artificial intelligence and also coded with MicroBits. Lots of complicated code was written and tested!
Thanks to Niamh and Michael of Microsoft DreamSpace for facilitating the sessions today. We look forward to hopefully making an actual visit some day soon.
We want to send our best wishes to all our 4th class pupils making their First Holy Communion this week. They have been waiting a long time for this day and it will be wonderful to see them all in the Church this week.
A big well done to Vincent from 5th class who took home three paralympic medals at the weekend, for javelin, shot put and discus!
Vincent’s Mum kindly agreed for us to share his picture below. What a fantastic achievement!
Two of our 6th classes took part in virtual coding and STEM sessions with Corey from the DreamSpace team today. It was an amazing experience for all the children and they learned so much about the world of STEM, coded with microbits and even designed a rock, paper, scissors game themselves!
Thanks to the DreamSpace Team for facilitating us and hopefully we will get to visit at some stage in the future.
The other two 6th classes have their sessions to look forward to next week.
The children in Ms. O’Halloran’s 3rd class held a raffle recently in aid of Coolmine Rehab Centre. They raised an amazing total of €485! Well done all!
We were delighted to hear during the summer that one of our past-pupils, Alannah O’Connell, was selected to play for the Irish Women’s U16 basketball team.
Alannah loved to play all sports when she was in St.Brigid’s and her psssion for basketball developed over the last number of years playing for Tridents basketball club.
Alannah travelled to Slovakia in August to play in a tournament against teams from all around Europe. As you can see from the pictures below, she represented Ireland with pride!
Well done Alannah, everyone here in St.Brigid’s is very proud of you