Happy Mother’s Day from St Brigid’s. Give a smile and show your love . Safe distancing rules keep everyone safe and well.
Here are some fun things to do today. Our staff are working hard to organise activities for you and your family. These will go live as soon as possible.
WASH HANDS and KEEP SAFE
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmtQsXI3211I2eumTVKh4Kg Will Sliney art lesson each day
Rathlin created an amazing outfit "Galloping Girl" and with Emma's catwalk performance astounding the judges, they were deserved winners. Have a look at the style!
Notice to all parents. Meeting on 12th November at 7 in school to elect parents' nominees for new Board of Management. Letter in post with more information
Thank you to North Louth Vintage Club for a fantastic afternoon and a very generous donation of €3950
Sunday 20th October
North Louth Vintage Tractor Run in aid of MS Therapy and St Brigid's.
Starts at St Mary's Hall in Cooley at 1. Come along at 12 to see the tractors and cars.
Come and visit our school on Thursday 14th February, 10-2/
St Brigid's Cross day , is one of our major fundraising events. Our parents & Friends are out selling St Brigid's Crosses to provide extra resources for our students.
Thank you to all our volunteers.
Following the hugely successful premier in IMC Dundalk of his documentary "This is Nicholas - Living with Autism" Nicholas Ryan Purcell visited St Brigid's. He delivered an outline of his story, education and career thus far. Students and staff were delighted with the opportunity to meet the young film producer.
Nicholas will return to St Brigid's to show the documentary to the whole school.
Keep an eye on this site for details.
To find out about other upcoming venues follow www.facebook.com/ Nicholas Ryan Purcell Productions.