The Gaelic Drama Group were supported in making one of their films for the FilmG competition this year by two professional actors and film makers. Cailean Collier and Calum Macaulay had a great time as they helped the pupils create a film based on the script that they had been writing over the previous three weeks.
We look forward to seeing the film in the near future!
On Friday 3rd November Eilidh Simpson and her mother Alison attended the live broadcast of the STV Appeal.
Eilidh arranged for the school to participate in the STV Appeal this year as she invited Sean Batty to the school to learn how to deliver a weather forecast in Gaelic.
Tha ar còmhlan Làn Comais air crìoch a chuir air an òran ùr aca!
Cho math ris a’ chòmhlan fhèin, tha Jacob Spence (S5) a’ cluich bass air an trac seo. Cuideachd, chaidh seist a chlàradh air a bheil gach sgoilear à GHS (S1, 2 &3) agus seist eile air a bheil gach sgoilear bho Bùnsgoil Condorrait agus Baird Memorial.
Thèid a chur aig bhog air 7 An Dùbhlachd agus gheibhear air itunes! Dèanaibh cinnteach gun ceannaich sibh e!!!!!!
Our band, Làn Comais have recorded their new song ‘S e Nollaig a th’ ann!
As well as the band members, Jacob Spence from S5 is playing bass and the track features over 9oo voices! All pupils from S1, S2 & S3 GHS were recorded singing an English verse on Monday 23rd October and every pupil from both Condorrat and Baird Memorial Primary Schools was recorded sniging a Gaelic verse.
The single will be available on ITunes from the 7th December!
On 14th October Ava Mackinnon represented the school at an event hosted by Fresh Start NL.
The event was geared towards celebrating cultural diversity in North Lanarkshire and Ava represented Gaelic.
For further information on the event see the article below.
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