Thank you to "Live Music Now" for delivering a Jazz Taster Session to the children in the Senior School yesterday on behalf of Derry City and Strabane District Council as part of the City of Derry Jazz Festival. The children had great fun singing, clapping and dancing along to the tunes! The Jazz Festival runs from 28th April to 2nd May for more information visit https://cityofderryjazzfestival.com/
We had another fun day in St Mary's today with our children wearing green to raise money for Trócaire. We also held a Céilidh in the Junior School with Irish dancing, singing, and there was even a sighting of a Leprechaun! Thanks so much to Mrs O'Donnell for hosting the Céilidh and playing the harp. Thanks to all our fantastic Irish Dancers and thanks to all the boys and girls who contributed to the Trócaire fundraising. You can view a video of the Céilidh in the School Gallery.
The children in Mr McMahon's P6C class have recorded a St Patrick's Day assembly for their peers. The assembly is available to view on the Primary 6 page. Well done girls and boys!
Well done to the children in Mrs Kennedy's P2A class who have recorded a St Patrick's Day assembly for their peers. The Assembly is available to view on the Primary 2 Page.
The boys and girls in St Mary's have kicked off their Trócaire fundraising efforts today by creating a coin spiral in the Junior and Senior sites. Thank you to everyone in the St Mary's community for your charity and generosity. More photos can be viewed in the School Gallery.
The children came to school today dressed up as a book character for World Book Day. They looked absolutely fantastic! Well done boys and girls! More photos in the School Gallery on the website.
The children in Mrs Cooke's P4C class have recorded an assembly for their peers on the topic of Lent. The assembly is now available to view on the Primary 4 page on the website. Well done girls and boys!
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