On Tuesday 28th of May the ceilidh band from Sgoil an Rubha competed at the Mòd against four others and came out first, which was very good since we are in a new school. We didn’t think we would win but when we heard, we were really happy and pleased. We did lots of practise, two or three times a week - it was hard work but we managed. There were nine people in the Ceilidh Band, Ailsa Sine, Rebecca, Kirsten, Emma, Coinneach and Caitlin were playing the fiddle, Daniel was playing the guitar, Jessica was playing the keyboard, and Louise was playing the Melodeon.
On Wednesday the 29th of May GMU 5-7 did a playlet at An Lanntair. We did our play second, after Stornaway primary 5-7 and then some of us had to run off to Martin’s Memorial for our poems. After came back just in time to find out that we had won, and we all started screaming when the judge said will Sgoil an Rubha come up for their trophy. We just couldn’t believe it. After the play we went for delicious ice cream in The Coffee Pot and we got interviewed for Aileag a BBC radio programme. It was an amazing day for us because, two days in a row, we had won something for our school. Our play was called ‘Isean san ugh’.
Air Diciadain an 29mh den Ceitean, chaidh an chlas 5-7 gu An Lanntair ri dheanamh an dealbh-chluiche againn. Chaidh sinn air as deidh Sgoil Steornabhagh. As deidh an dealbh cluich chaidh Ailsa Sine , Allison, Kirsty agus Laura ri dheanamh bàrdachd ann an Martins Memorial. As deidh sin, chaidh air ais gan An Lanntair agus fhuair sinn a-mach gun do bhuannaich sinn agus rinn sinn agallamh airson aileag. An uair sin chaidh sinn airson reòiteag anns an ‘coffee pot’ agus bha iad math. 'S e 'Isean san ugh' an t-ainm a bha air an dealbh-chluiche againn .
Cailean MacLeod got first in his solo
Rebecca Fairgrieve got first in her solo
Alice Macmillian got first in her solo and her poem and she got a first for Gaelic Fluency
Allison Mackay got second in her accordion competition