Well done to everyone that took part in the Fettes Limerick challenge as part of National Limerick Day on Tuesday. We had some fantastic submissions from prep pupils, college students and staff members, making the decision of who to crown the winners rather difficult.
After much debate and deliberation, we are delighted to announce the winners in each category:
Calum N (2nd Form)
There once was a virus called Covid,
That started in China unnoticed,
It spread worldwide,
and many folk died,
Now when working it's hard to stay focused
Sam S (U6th Form)
Things might seem difficult tonight,
But we can all come together and fight,
Whether we clap at eight,
Or Facetime a mate,
We will all get through this alright.
Mrs du Vivier
This virus just beggars belief:
No school, no exams, only grief!
This system is gruelling,
With work and home schooling,
How we miss the Upper Sixth in Craigleith!
Thank you to everyone for their fantastic submissions. What fun we had reading them all.
** A limerick is a form of verse, usually humorous, in five-line, with a strict rhyme scheme of AABBA, in which the first, second and fifth lines rhyme, while the third and fourth lines are shorter and share a different rhyme.