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Deravoy National School Xmas 2020: Christmas Celebrations It wasn’t exactly the same Christmas arrangements as usual at Deravoy National School in Carrickroe but nevertheless the school prepared with many varied and exciting activities in literacy, art and craft activities and there were inspiring performances from each class to reflect the Christmas spirit. So there has been a mighty buzz about everything Christmassy around the classrooms. Bhí lá speisialta ar an Aoine seo chaite. There was a Kriskindle exchange of gifts in a more virtual manner this year but everybody got the opportunity to say thanks to their Kriskindle friend via Zoom. Cé a tháinig go luath?.......There was a fleeting visit from one of Santa’s elves! He made an unannounced appearance in the school playground! Gan dabht ar bith bhí sceitimíní ar na páistí. Léim siad le háthas! Santa’s elf will surely bring back an excellent report on all the children so that Santa will acknowledge their extremely hard work this term and their adherence to the new normal of washing hands and sanitising during the pandemic. Great resilience and spirit! Fan go bhfeicfimid! The children watched a live Pantomime from the Helix Theatre in Dublin City University, entitled ‘The Sword and the Stone’. It was full of music, dance, humour and fun and the children actively engaged with it. Thaitin sé go mór leo. The laughs echoed and reverberated around the school! Great for wellbeing and creativity! Tháinig cuairteoir speisialta chomh maith. Creid nó ná creid…ach tháinig San Nioclás i camper van. Santa Claus entertained the children from outside the school. There was also a theatre surprise with shows from the Branar Theatre Company based at the Ramor Theatre in Virginia, Co. Cavan and the Livin Dred Company. This was done in conjunction with the Monaghan Education Centre and sponsored by Creative Irelan So while it was a Christmas with a difference, it was definitely eventful and the children have really enjoyed all. Rinne an scoil tréaniarracht díriú ar na féidireachtaí. There was always an emphasis on promoting the possibilities despite the challenges and hardships caused by the Corona virus. Mar fhocal scoir, ba mhaith leis an scoil buíochas a chur in iúl do gach duine a chuidigh leo imbliana. They wanted to record a special thanks to everyone who collectively helped in a remarkable way to make the school a safe place for teaching and learning. The school community is particularly mindful of those who suffered bereavements over these last few months, those who are sick at home or in hospital and those who cannot be with their families this Christmas and those from our locality who are abroad on missionary work. They wish everybody a happy, holy, peaceful and safe Christmas and look forward to 2021 with hope and confidence. Go raibh gach sonas oraibh an Nollaig seo! Fanaigí slán sábhailte.
Deravoy National School Xmas 2020: Christmas Celebrations It wasn’t exactly the same Christmas arrangements as usual at Deravoy National School in Carrickroe but nevertheless the school prepared with many varied and exciting activities in literacy, art and craft activities and there were inspiring performances from each class to reflect the Christmas spirit. So there has been a mighty buzz about everything Christmassy around the classrooms. Bhí lá speisialta ar an Aoine seo chaite. There was a Kriskindle exchange of gifts in a more virtual manner this year but everybody got the opportunity to say thanks to their Kriskindle friend via Zoom. Cé a tháinig go luath?.......There was a fleeting visit from one of Santa’s elves! He made an unannounced appearance in the school playground! Gan dabht ar bith bhí sceitimíní ar na páistí. Léim siad le háthas! Santa’s elf will surely bring back an excellent report on all the children so that Santa will acknowledge their extremely hard work this term and their adherence to the new normal of washing hands and sanitising during the pandemic. Great resilience and spirit! Fan go bhfeicfimid! The children watched a live Pantomime from the Helix Theatre in Dublin City University, entitled ‘The Sword and the Stone’. It was full of music, dance, humour and fun and the children actively engaged with it. Thaitin sé go mór leo. The laughs echoed and reverberated around the school! Great for wellbeing and creativity! Tháinig cuairteoir speisialta chomh maith. Creid nó ná creid…ach tháinig San Nioclás i camper van. Santa Claus entertained the children from outside the school. There was also a theatre surprise with shows from the Branar Theatre Company based at the Ramor Theatre in Virginia, Co. Cavan and the Livin Dred Company. This was done in conjunction with the Monaghan Education Centre and sponsored by Creative Irelan So while it was a Christmas with a difference, it was definitely eventful and the children have really enjoyed all. Rinne an scoil tréaniarracht díriú ar na féidireachtaí. There was always an emphasis on promoting the possibilities despite the challenges and hardships caused by the Corona virus. Mar fhocal scoir, ba mhaith leis an scoil buíochas a chur in iúl do gach duine a chuidigh leo imbliana. They wanted to record a special thanks to everyone who collectively helped in a remarkable way to make the school a safe place for teaching and learning. The school community is particularly mindful of those who suffered bereavements over these last few months, those who are sick at home or in hospital and those who cannot be with their families this Christmas and those from our locality who are abroad on missionary work. They wish everybody a happy, holy, peaceful and safe Christmas and look forward to 2021 with hope and confidence. Go raibh gach sonas oraibh an Nollaig seo! Fanaigí slán sábhailte.
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Deravoy National School Xmas 2020: Christmas Celebrations It wasn’t exactly the same Christmas arrangements as usual at Deravoy National School in Carrickroe but nevertheless the school prepared with many varied and exciting activities in literacy, art and craft activities and there were inspiring performances from each class to reflect the Christmas spirit. So there has been a mighty buzz about everything Christmassy around the classrooms. Bhí lá speisialta ar an Aoine seo chaite. There was a Kriskindle exchange of gifts in a more virtual manner this year but everybody got the opportunity to say thanks to their Kriskindle friend via Zoom. Cé a tháinig go luath?.......There was a fleeting visit from one of Santa’s elves! He made an unannounced appearance in the school playground! Gan dabht ar bith bhí sceitimíní ar na páistí. Léim siad le háthas! Santa’s elf will surely bring back an excellent report on all the children so that Santa will acknowledge their extremely hard work this term and their adherence to the new normal of washing hands and sanitising during the pandemic. Great resilience and spirit! Fan go bhfeicfimid! The children watched a live Pantomime from the Helix Theatre in Dublin City University, entitled ‘The Sword and the Stone’. It was full of music, dance, humour and fun and the children actively engaged with it. Thaitin sé go mór leo. The laughs echoed and reverberated around the school! Great for wellbeing and creativity! Tháinig cuairteoir speisialta chomh maith. Creid nó ná creid…ach tháinig San Nioclás i camper van. Santa Claus entertained the children from outside the school. There was also a theatre surprise with shows from the Branar Theatre Company based at the Ramor Theatre in Virginia, Co. Cavan and the Livin Dred Company. This was done in conjunction with the Monaghan Education Centre and sponsored by Creative Irelan So while it was a Christmas with a difference, it was definitely eventful and the children have really enjoyed all. Rinne an scoil tréaniarracht díriú ar na féidireachtaí. There was always an emphasis on promoting the possibilities despite the challenges and hardships caused by the Corona virus. Mar fhocal scoir, ba mhaith leis an scoil buíochas a chur in iúl do gach duine a chuidigh leo imbliana. They wanted to record a special thanks to everyone who collectively helped in a remarkable way to make the school a safe place for teaching and learning. The school community is particularly mindful of those who suffered bereavements over these last few months, those who are sick at home or in hospital and those who cannot be with their families this Christmas and those from our locality who are abroad on missionary work. They wish everybody a happy, holy, peaceful and safe Christmas and look forward to 2021 with hope and confidence. Go raibh gach sonas oraibh an Nollaig seo! Fanaigí slán sábhailte.