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Deravoy National School Grandparents Day took place on Friday, May 31st and once again the pupils provided top class entertainment for them followed by refreshments. The pupils were divided into three sections according to Class and each group presented a programme which displayed fantastic talents. It opened with a welcome from Ms. Currie who also gave a brief and impressive summary of the achievements of the pupils during the past year. TGis ewas followed by a lovely and appropriate Blessing from Fr. John and then it was time for the pupils. The Junior and Senior infants had poems, songs and a music presentation. 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes had a programme containing music, poetry, song and dance and the 4th, 5th and 6th Classes had a similar programme with two novel sketches added in. The talents and abilities displayed by the students was remarkable and very enjoyable to expereince. Well done to all including the teachers involved in the preparation of the day. The Parents Association then offered all tea and refreshments in the Community Centre.
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Deravoy National School Grandparents Day took place on Friday, May 31st and once again the pupils provided top class entertainment for them followed by refreshments. The pupils were divided into three sections according to Class and each group presented a programme which displayed fantastic talents. It opened with a welcome from Ms. Currie who also gave a brief and impressive summary of the achievements of the pupils during the past year. TGis ewas followed by a lovely and appropriate Blessing from Fr. John and then it was time for the pupils. The Junior and Senior infants had poems, songs and a music presentation. 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes had a programme containing music, poetry, song and dance and the 4th, 5th and 6th Classes had a similar programme with two novel sketches added in. The talents and abilities displayed by the students was remarkable and very enjoyable to expereince. Well done to all including the teachers involved in the preparation of the day. The Parents Association then offered all tea and refreshments in the Community Centre.