Brat Buí

Raising our Yellow Flag

We were very proud as we raised our yellow flag last Friday.  The oldest girl and youngest boy in our school were the ones to raise the flag as a symbol of the open and welcoming nature of our school environment.

 

We celebrated with a Diversity Day and a lovely yellow cake!

Our yummy yellow cake!

An interesting display.

The youngest boy in our school and oldest girl.

Our yellow flag flying proudly.

 

An Brat Buí

 

AN BRAT BUÍ

We went to Dublin to collect our Yellow Flag at a big ceremony.

John Joe Nevin presented the flag to two students. We were extremely proud.

We have demonstrated, and will continue to strive to ensure that our school celebrates multi-culturalism and invites diversity. We have a 'Céad Míle Fáilte' for all.

We will have a ceremony in school soon to raise our Brat Buí.

 

Lá Ilchineálachta

Bhí lá mór againn sa scoil Dé hAoine seo chaite.  Bhí ár gcéad "Lá Ilchineálachta" againn.  D'éirigh go hiontach leis.  D'fhoghlaim na páistí faoi tíortha eile agus chuir siad taispeántais le chéile sa halla.  Cuireadh tráth na gceist le chéile agus líon gach éinne isteach é ó bheith ag féachaint ar na tionscnaimh ar fad.

Tá muid an-bhuíoch do na daoine a chabhraigh linn an lá speispialta seo a chur ar siúl!

 

Multicultural Day

Rang a 1 enjoyed learning about Nepal this week. On Friday, they visited the school hall to see and learn about other countries and cultures. They participated in question and answers game and visited all the different station to learn more.

 

 

 

 

 

International Mother Tongue Day

A great day was had by all today on International Mother Tongue Day.  We had visitors to all classes teaching languages, customs and songs of various countries.  A big thank you to all of our visitors...and we are looking forward to next year already!

Spanish Flag

Singing in Spanish in junior infants

Learning about Zambia in 4/5th class

Learning about Vietnam

"Listen and colour" in junior infants in Italian!

French in 2nd class

Fun and dancing in junior infants

4/5th class dressed in clothes from Zambia

 

 

 
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