SGS Welcomes its New First Years

Posted on : August 29, 2019

As the first week draws to a close Sligo Grammar School wishes to warmly welcome all our new students. There are new students in all year groups and we hope that they all find the transition into our school  an easy one.  Form Teachers are on hand to help in any way they can, so new students should’t hesitate to bring any problems or queries to them. We wish to  particularly welcome the First Years who are embarking on a whole new stage in their lives. Their Form Teachers are keeping a close eye on them and are available to help in any way they can as is the Junior School Co-ordinator, Ms Fiona Kilroy.  Mr Alan Brandon (1A), Ms Claire Treacy (1B) and Mr Tommy Cradock (1C) are the Form Teachers for the First Years. We wish all our new students a happy, successful and trouble-free year! 





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