Pupils design school crest

By Sara Gahan

Crossabeg principal Eamonn Codd with pupils Ann Molloy, Rachel Meaney, Hannah Redmond, Niall Cullen and Jahnny Walsh whose designs were used in the crest.
Crossabeg principal Eamonn Codd with pupils Ann Molloy, Rachel Meaney, Hannah Redmond, Niall Cullen and Jahnny Walsh whose designs were used in the crest.

A new school crest designed by the pupils in St Patrick's National School, Crossabeg was unveiled by Principal Eamonn Codd last week.

The children had the opportunity to design their own crests and submit them for ideas to create the new one, which were picked out by a local graphic designer.

'All the children came together to design our new school crest. Once everyone had put forward their idea the graphic designer picked five of them and amalgamated them together,' said Mr Codd.

The crest contains a picture of Ferrycarrig Castle, all the sports they do, children in different colours to show they are a multi cultural school and then 'St Patrick's N.S.' across it display that they are a Catholic school.

'Below we have "Learn Together. Grow Together" which one of our second class pupils came up with. It was a great project for them all to take part in and they did an excellent job,' said Mr Codd.

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