Kids dress to im­press

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GAELSCOIL UÍ Cheadaigh was a colour­ful won­der­land last Thurs­day, when in place of the usual chil­dren, classes were at­tended by witches, skele­tons, Min­nie mouse, a fire­man, wolver­ine and more fan­tas­tic char­ac­ters.

Also in school that day were Snow White her­self, a pi­rate, a solider, Bat­man and even a fairy princess.

Amongst the ar­ray of cos­tumes were a few scary mon­sters and some fig­ures from his­tory, every­one hav­ing made a huge ef­fort on the day to get in to the Hal­loween spirit. There was Hal­loween themed art work, cre­ated by the pupils, dec­o­rat­ing the school walls and a range of sea­sonal games to play, in­clud­ing the ever pop­u­lar ’bob­bing for ap­ples.’

Gealscoil Ui Cheadaigh re­cently en­joyed a spon­sored walk to gen­er­ate funds for the school and its fa­cil­i­ties and some brave par­ents will be do­ing a spon­sored para­chute jump in the com­ing months.

Gael Scoil Uí Cheadaigh Hal­lowe'en cel­e­bra­tions; the ju­nior in­fants line-up in full cos­tume.

Cole O'Ceallaigh, Vic­tor Mac Adaim, Adam Mac An Ré and Cao­lain Mac Siomoin.

So­phie Drinkwa­ter was pretty in pink.

Rian De Paor kit­ted out as a pen­guin for the day.

Ryan O'Corcorain in action.

Aaron Kennedy and Cal­lum Berry en­joy­ing the Gaelscoil fancy dress day.

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