Artis­tic stu­dents take part in ‘Win­dows on the World’ competition

Bray People - - NEWS -

THE JUDG­ING of the an­nual ' Win­dows of the World' competition took place in Bray last Tues­day morn­ing.

Eleven schools par­tic­i­pated in the event, dec­o­rat­ing shop win­dows in the theme of their al­lo­cated coun­try, fol­low­ing vis­its by the rel­e­vant Am­bas­sadors to their re­spec­tive schools.

Each one of the schools re­searches the coun­try and ba­sis their pro­ject on what they have learned. The va­ri­ety of colour­ful dis­plays have now been set up in shops through­out the town, all in­clud­ing a St. Pa­trick's Day twist in their ef­forts.

The work will be on show for one week and mem­bers of the pub­lic are en­cour­aged to view the dis­plays, which in­cludes a fan­tas­tic de­pic­tion of Kenya in the win­dow of the Bray Peo­ple of­fice on Quins­boro Road.

Other schools in­clude St. Philom­ena's, Ravenswell, whose pro­ject on Ger­many is in­stalled in Pho­tocraft, Scoil Chualann, who have dec­o­rated Anvil with a pro­ject on Ro­ma­nia, and St. Fer­gal's Ju­nior NS, with a Span­ish trans­for­ma­tion of BDI Beads.

Brian Forde and judge Town Clerk Christine Flood in­spect­ing the Switzer­land win­down de­signed by stu­dents from Gaelscoil Ui Cheadaigh.

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