National School Milk Week Jingle Competition
National schools participating in School Milk were invited to write a poem, jingle, song or Limerick about why they love School Milk. It was a tough task to select eight finalists from the exceptionally creative and inspiring jingles created by children up and down the country who enjoy their School Milk each day.
The finalist schools selected were as follows:
- Tullyallen National School in Louth. Their entry submitted by teacher Tracey McKeown was created by student Kiea Crocock in 3rd class.
- Gaelscoil an Chuilinn in Tyrellstown, Co. Louth. Their entry ‘Dairy’ was submitted by teacher Ciara Ní Mhaolmhiaidh on behalf of 4th class students Hannah Ní Mhaoildeirg and Lola Ní Cartaine.
- Portlaw National School in Waterford. Their six jingle entries were submitted by teacher Aileen O ‘Dwyer on behalf of 6th class students.
- St. Bernadette’s Senior National School in Clondalkin. Keri-Anne Blessing composed and wrote her jingle which was submitted by her 4th class teacher Ronan McGrath
- Scoil Mhuire Gan Smál in Carlow. Their entry ‘Mmm Milk’ was submitted by 4th class teacher Claire Dunne.
- Dublin South City ETNS entry ‘Milk is Good For You!’ was submitted by teacher Sarah Cormican who teaches Junior Infants.
- St. Patrick’s National School in Trim, Co. Meath submitted their entry entitled ‘Milky Delight’ by 5th and 6th class teacher Trevor Larke
- Togher National School in Dunmanway, Co. Cork submitted their entry entitled ‘We Love Milk’ by 3rd-6th class students taught by Richard Swann.
The overall winner of the competition was St. Patrick’s National School in Trim, Co. Meath.
Click here to listen to their jingle.