Christian Unity Special Assembly

Posted on : January 22, 2020

On Wednesday 22nd Jan. The school gathered in Calry Church for a Special Assembly to mark Christian Unity Week. The school welcomed staff and students from Summerhill College, Sligo who took part in the Assembly. The Assembly was led by Canon Patrick Bamber and special guest ,Mr. Paul Keogh, Principal of  Summerhill College, addressed the congregation. In his address Mr. Keogh urged the students to follow their dreams and realise that although it may take time and effort it will always be worthwhile. He also spoke about unity in society and reminded us that when we look closely we will realise that people have more in common than  we might at first realise. Music was provided by the choir and school musicians. Afterwards our guests joined some of the staff and students for coffee in the Library. Some photos can be seen HERE





Latest News

  • Senior Rugby Team Bonding Trip

    On Friday 30th September the Sligo Grammar School Senior Rugby Team went on an overnight bonding trip to Limerick, arriving back in Sligo on Saturday evening. On Saturday SGS played Crescent College, Limerick, 2022 Munster Schools Cup winners.  The game …

    Read More »

  • Hockey Inter-Pros

    Well done to our Hockey players who have been selected to represent Connacht in this year’s Interprovincial Series. The girls who will play at U18 level are  Saoirse Lawley, Sophie Swann, Lara Swann, Meabh Gillmor and Maebh Mc Loughlin. At …

    Read More »

  • Debating Success

    No sooner has the school year started than the SGS Debating Society – SGS DebSoc – is flying high! On Saturday 17th September three of our debaters took part in the Connacht/Munster Regional Trials for the Irish Schools Debating Team …

    Read More »

  • Callan Tansey Solicitors Sponsors SGS Senior Rugby

    As the school rugby season kicked off this month, Sligo Grammar School Senior Rugby Team was delighted to accept this year’s Senior Team jerseys from our main sponsors Callan Tansey Solicitors. On Friday 16th September,  Niamh Ní Mhurchú and Brian …

    Read More »

  • Gaisce Award

    For some of the new 5th years the school year started with a trip away to Glendalough. This was the final part of their Gaisce programme, started in TY.  Gaisce, the President’s Award, is a challenge to young people to …

    Read More »


  • View all Latest News »

Want to find out more about us?

Have a look at our online prospectus