Gaeilge in St. Brendan's College, Belmullet Imeachtaí Scoile Choláiste Bhreandáin 2014-2015 “Beatha Teanga í a labhairt” mar a dúirt Pádraig Mac Piarais. Well in May, the students of St. Brendan’s College brought their native tongue to Rath Cairn Gaeltacht in Co. Meath as their “sinsir” had done 7 decades previous. They enjoyed an overnight trip to Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh’s maiden land and took part in various activities “as Gaeilge”. We are looking forward to our Gaeltacht to Gaeltacht trip this “samhradh”. Last term the students “went wild” finding treasure on The Kilmore peninsula as they did their named Saint proud as they travelled many a mile in search of hidden clues on their “Toraiocht Taisce”. As the October sun lay low i n the Erris sky, the Transition year students boarded their maiden voyage , thinking sharply, looking deeply and searching widely for their hidden clues. All of this carried out “trí Ghaeilge” . Both teams thoroughly enjoyed their Treasure Hunt and look forward to organising one for the First year students in and around the school for Seachtain na Gaeilge. Other events for Seachtain na Gaeilge include “Seisiún Ceoil”, “Drámaí”, “Tráth na gCeist”, and “Sár Seanfhocail”. The Irish language is “beo and bríomhar” i gColáiste Bhreandáin Naofa bringing students “le chéile” to educate them and steep them in their culture, heritage, customs, values, traditions and language. “Ní neart go cur le chéile”.