1, 2, 3 and 1,2,3 – it’s not maths, it’s a ceili!

Traditional Irish dancing is alive and well at Gurrane School!  On Monday 20th April the children, parents and grandparents of the school took part in a Ceili with live traditional music.  It was held on a fabulous sunny morning, in the yard outside school.  The children demonstrated their dancing skills which they have been learning from Fionan Cogan on a weekly basis.  And the parents joined in the fun too, doing the Siege of Ennis, Shoe the Donkey and a few more.  They earned their cup of tea at the end!  Well done to Fionan and the musicians for a great mornings entertainment and exercise:).  And also thanks to the piper who was followed by marching children around the pitch!