Welcome to Sligo Grammar School

Welcome to Sligo Grammar School’s web site. The keystones to the school’s success include respect, trust, co-operation, participation, consultation, collaboration and teamwork. Our enthusiastic and dedicated staff place great emphasis on the holistic approach. Such efforts are channelled so that our pupils develop characteristics of being good, reliable citizens, fit to take their place in society. Together with a fine tradition of sport and community involvement, the school offers a wide range of activities to ensure the personal and social development of the whole child.

Our Mission Statement

One Body, One Spirit

Sligo Grammar School aims to promote excellence in an inclusive and supportive community that reflects Christian values, where each member is enabled to achieve his/her full potential in life and in learning.

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Notes

For School Calendar and Sports Calendar etc. please see our calendars and timetables download page.

  • ATTENTION ALL PARENTS: Bus Éireann have advised the school that their drivers are having great difficulty accessing the bus stop outside the school both in the mornings and afternoons because of the volume of cars parked in the bus-stop. This  creates a hazard for our students. We remind all parents that they should NOT park in  or obstruct any part of the bus stop for any reason. 


Latest News

  • Spanish Cultural Exchange

    Spanish Cultural Exchange

      There were tears all round on Monday 18th April as Spanish exchange students boarded their bus to Dublin Airport on their way back home after five days in Sligo. This was part two of the Sligo Grammar School’s first ever …

  • All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad

    All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad

    On 15th March, Eoghan Donohoe (TY), Jun Sung Jeon and Enola Barvaeva (both 5th year) travelled to Trinity College Dublin to compete in the All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad (AILO). They were part of the top 100 students chosen nationwide from …

  • Irish Heart Foundation Talk for Transition Year Students

    Irish Heart Foundation Talk for Transition Year Students

      On Tuesday, the Transition Year students had a talk from the Irish Heart Foundation , about staying heart healthy. They learned about the importance of healthy eating and exercise, which can help prevent cardiac arrest and strokes.  They also learned …

What our Students Say

Korean Student

 

"This school gives me an opportunity to make friends despite my imperfect English."

Korean Student

2016-04-12T14:26:54+00:00

Korean Student

  “This school gives me an opportunity to make friends despite my imperfect English.”

Spanish Student

 

"The students and teachers are very friendly and helpful. It was easy to settle in."

Spanish Student

2016-04-12T14:22:35+00:00

Spanish Student

  “The students and teachers are very friendly and helpful. It was easy to settle in.”

German Student

 

"Really nice teachers, nice students. No bullying everyone is very polite. Everyone gets along and it's easy to get into a group."

German Student

2016-04-12T14:17:11+00:00

German Student

  “Really nice teachers, nice students. No bullying everyone is very polite. Everyone gets along and it’s easy to get into a group.”

American Student

"It was a great way to to learn all about the culture of another country without feeling overwhelmed or alienated because of being away from home."

American Student

2016-04-12T14:36:15+00:00

American Student

“It was a great way to to learn all about the culture of another country without feeling overwhelmed or alienated because of being away from home.”

Indian Student

 

"When I arrived my English was not great, students and teachers have helped my English to improve a lot. I enjoy being in this school."

Indian Student

2016-04-12T14:34:29+00:00

Indian Student

  “When I arrived my English was not great, students and teachers have helped my English to improve a lot. I enjoy being in this school.”

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