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