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A Third Class In Ballyfermot Is Trying To Win 30 Free Tablets With This Video

By lovinmanchester

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am


Yesterday we featured a dance routine from a John Scottus primary school in Ballsbridge and today we're also showcasing their only other Dublin competitor: St. Michael's National School in Ballyfermot.

This third class performed their road safety song and dance routine, complete with clay characters of their own creation, in the hope of winning of the coveted prize of 30 free tablets courtesy of the Road Safety Authority.

The two Dublin schools are in a shortlist of five to win the prize, competing against schools from Cork, Kerry, and Westmeath, who are all enlisting the help of local publications to help boost their views, so we thought we'd give our two local schools a helping hand.

The competition ends on Monday, May 23. Best of luck to both John Scottus and St Michael's... and the rest of them, of course.

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