St Mary’s High School Sings For Women’s Aid

Women's Aid receive support from St Mary's High School through a music video.


Pupils at St Mary’s High School in Downpatrick make a music video to raise awareness and support the work of Women’s Aid.

“In September, we began working on a project to raise awareness around the issues faced by women and girls in today’s society. Some members of our school choir have recorded the single ,‘Dreams’, said Cathal Murphy, Head of Music at St Mary’s High School in Downpatrick.  

The pupils from St Mary’s who sang in the music video to help Women’s Aid: (l-r) Eve Egan Year 8, Emma McCabe Year 14, Caoimhe Crane (Year 8, Mr Cathal Murphy Head of Music, Abbie Gracey (Year 8), Erin Sands Year 13 and Aoife Kelly (Year 8).

“It has been released to raise awareness of the inequalities faced by women; and to fundraise for much needed resources for Women’s Aid. We want to help this charity to support families in our locality.

“Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK, that does not have a Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy. We believe this needs to change!

“Please support us by watching the music video on the link below or on our school Facebook page.

“This is your opportunity to make a difference!”

Check the video on the St Mary’s High School Facebook Page : on this link!

Please support St mary’s High School and Women’s Aid by:

  • watching, liking and sharing our video
  • signing the petition
  • watching, liking and sharing the musical video.
  • and by donating to this worthy cause.

This is your opportunity to make a difference!

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