We celebrated World Book Day in St. Laurence’s on Friday, May 28th.
World Book Day is traditionally held in March but due to Government restrictions we were unable to celebrate it on the actual date.
We marked the day in true style! The children made a huge effort to dress as their favourite characters from stories, novels and comics. The day certainly highlighted the great love for reading around the school.
We were hoping to have an outdoor parade in both buildings but the weather had other ideas!
According to the seanfhocal, ‘Is olc an ghaoth nach séideann do dhuine eigin’ (It is an ill wind that blows no good for someone) and despite the rain, we were able to have a parade on zoom! It meant that all the classes could see each other dressed up.
Maith sibh go léir!
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