The Christmas Show was on Thursday 12/12/19,it started at 7 pm. The senior room did djembe drumming (really nice drumming teacher Mark Jerome ) for the younger room as they walked up the aisle for their play Whoops a Daisy Angel. Their play was basically songs and dancing. Next it was our turn with the Rambling House written by a really nice lady Anne Marie Hough . FINALLY!!!!! Sean Nós dancing (amazing teacher Olive Kilgannon) time, the junior went first (again) with their dance. Now time for our eight routine after that's done the other half of the room did the same dance. Next up 4th class did a little dance. Boys time to shine with the brush dance. Girls had to do the brush dance with hurls. Thank God that's over. After all of that we played multiple Christmas songs on the tin whistle. After a round of applause, Michelle gave Anne Marie a thank you card and a bunch of flowers. That's the play over so everyone went up to the school to get sweets and cakes. I went home at 8:57. It was a really ,really, really fun night.
On Thursday the 12th of December it was the night of the Christmas show.
To start the show the Senior room performed some djembe drumming- they were taught by Mark Jerome. Before the drumming ended the junior room walked up the aisle to perform Whoops a Daisy Angel.
When it finished the senior room performed the Rambling House directed by local play write Ann Marie Hough
When the rambling house was over and got an applause
It was Sean nos dancing.
First the first eight danced, after they had danced it was the next eight they did the same routine as the first eight after they finished.
4th class choreographed a Sean nos dance by themselves after they had finished.
The boys did the brush dance.
Then the girls performed the brush dance to but this time they used hurls, now
all the Sean nos dancing was all finished
Close to the end they did some Christmas music- there was tin whistle, guitar, piano and the violin.
Then that was the end of our Christmas show 2019
0n Wednesday the 20th of November our school did a bring and buy sale. We raised the money for ISPCA and Irish cancer society. There were five stations, there were the Toy station,Teddy station, raffle station, Book station and finally the board games station. I won a small box of chocolates in the raffle and we raised one hundred and eighty seven euro. I was on the board games station with Leanne, Darragh and Louise and we managed to sell everything. That was a good day.