Happy Mother's Day
Happy Mother's Day

Happy Mother's Day

On Friday 6th May, the children of St. Brigid’s Primary School Kyogle invited their Mothers to come along to school for a special Mother’s Day Liturgy and Morning Tea!
Our special Mums, Grandmas, Nannas, Aunties and Carers all enjoyed a wonderful morning. The students presented a heartfelt Liturgy and the school choir sang a wonderful song called ‘One Call Away’ which was beautifully received by the ladies in the hall.
A very funny skit from two of our Year Six students called ‘Mother Patrol’ added some humour to the morning before a few tears were shed as a number of students shared ‘Why Their Mum Was The Best”. We rounded off the morning with a special edition of Making Jesus Real Radio, hosted by the Kindy Kids which featured messages for their Mums!
After the ‘official’ part of the morning was over, high tea was served to the special ladies in the audience, who enjoyed a lovely morning tea complimented by cake stands full of freshly made sandwiches and scones with cream! All served to them by the Dads and Pops who had come along for the morning and placed on their personalised place mat that had been made for them by their children!
“It was a great morning for all of our school community to honour and pay special tribute to these outstanding women who make our lives so special. The students certainly loved having their mums and grandmothers present to celebrate and to show their appreciation for all they have done and will continue to do for us and be there for us unconditionally”, said Tony Hunter, Principal of St Brigid’s Primary School.



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