Well done to all the children for their great performances in our Christmas Concert. Thank you to all the parents, grandparents, past and future students who attended. It was a festive day of music, drama and fantastic talent with Ms M Murphy doing a great job of introducing all the acts!
Well done to everyone who organised and took part in this years Talent Show. Check out these fantastic photos taken by George, our school photographer.
On Saturday the 31st January 65 children from the school choir took part in the Peace Proms concert in the RDS accompanied by the Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland. It was a fantastic concert , the children sang and danced their hearts out. They also got to appreciate a live orchestra and we definitely have some budding Maestros in our school. Many thanks to Ms Hogan , Ms Biesty and Ms Carty who accompanied us on the day. You can see some photos of the rehearsal before the concert below.
The nativity play this year was staged by the children of Ms Flynn’s class. The hard work of the children and Ms Flynn paid off and the play was a great success. TV3 came along to film our nativity play and Christmas concerts.
Please tune into Ireland AM on TV3 (between 7.00am and 9.00am) on Christmas Eve to see highlights from the day.
Well done to all the children for their great performances in our Christmas Concert. Thank you to all the parents, grandparents, past and future students who attended. It was a festive day of music, drama and fantastic talent!
On the 8th of April we held our annual talent show. Acts from all 5th and 6th classes took part. Planning for the show had been taking place over the last number of weeks under the direction of Ms McHugh. After all their preparation the standard of the acts was extremely high. The show was a huge success and the competition was tight. After much deliberation by our judges (Ms M Murphy, Ms Biesty and past pupil Scott Eccles) the winners were announced.
And the winners are ……
1st place – Thelmar Chanakira
2nd place – Kacey O’Dowd and Hannah Gilson
Joint 1st place Mileaha McCarton, Siobhán Byrne and Victoria Babilola
Special recognition: The Awesome Crew
A huge thanks to all who took part. Thank you too to our audience, all the parents and grandparents who attended and a special thanks to Ms McHugh, without whose hard work the show would not have been possible.
On Saturday February 1st, our school choir took part in the Peace Proms Concert in Citywest. Along with children from 40 other schools we sang and danced,accompanied by The Cross Border Orchestra Of Ireland. It was very exciting singing and dancing with so many other children and there was a great buzz at the concert. You can get a feel for the atmosphere by clicking on the slideshow above. Thanks to George Carroll for providing us with the Photos. Thanks also to Ms Flynn and Ms Biesty who helped out on the night. Well done to all the children involved!
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Rockin\’ Around The Christmas Tree
Here are some of our Choir members getting in the Christmas spirit in December singing Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree. As part of our Comenius project we had to share some videos of the children singing their favourite Christmas songs.You can read more about the project on the website here;
At the beginning of March all the 4th classes went on a lovely trip to the National Concert Hall. In there we saw the ‘Music in the Classroom’ concert. It was great for everyone to see a full orchestra in action and we all enjoyed the wonderful music they played for us. We watched the orchestra, dancers and laughed a lot at the conductor and his friends.We would really like to thank the Parents Association for subsidizing the trip, we all had a great day out.