Halloween Parade 2021

What a day!! 

Our annual Halloween Parade took place on Friday the 22nd of October this year.  All the children put in a huge effort and it was one we certainly won’t forget.

Our parade took place on our school track this year and it was fantastic entertainment. There was an abundance of creativity, colour and fun on display as each class walked a lap of the track. 

Prizes were awarded to pupils with the best costumes made from recycled material. The judges had a tough job on their hands to pick award winners.

Huge credit must go to all who helped create such magnificent costumes, the standard was truly amazing. Well done to everybody!

We raised €120 for Pieta House through this fun dress-up walk around the school track this year. Thank you to all who supported this worthy cause.  

We hope all pupils, parents and staff enjoy a well-earned rest during the midterm break.

Happy Halloweensmile

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