See photos and videos here of the boys in St. Joseph’s participating in a rugby blitz and cross country running this week
As part of the many activities we have for Seachtain na Gaeilge the boys learn how to do some céilí dancing
Video recorded by Patrick in 4th Class
First Class show how it’s done!!!
Video by Sam
Report by Nathan and Andrew (3rd Class)
The evening began at 7.30.There was eight items. One was a speech, anyway the first act was five boys and one girl. One boy was the drummer and the other four boys and one girl had electric guitars and one sang as well. They played and sang rock. They were terrific.
Later a girls’ choir came on stage and sang three songs. I thought that they were amazing and confident.
The recorders were item two and The Offbeat Club and choir were item seven.The recorders played three songs, China Garden, When the Saints go Marching in and Cockles and Mussels. Beginners weren’t able to play Cockles and Mussels.
After five more items The Offbeat Club and choir came on stage. I felt nervous and confident and so did the other Offbeats and choir. We sang three songs.