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On Monday last, we were delighted to have holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental in to talk to our 3rd, 4th and 5th year history students.
Tommi and his family were captured and sent to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1944. They were kept here until the camp was liberated in 1945. 35 members of Tomi’s family perished during this time with only him, his mother, his aunt and cousin coming out alive.
Tomi moved to Ireland in 1959 and has lived here since. Tommi travels the country and has talked to an estimated 90,000 young people in Ireland. This was Tomi’s 3rd visit to the school.
Signed books were available to all students who attended the talk.
As the 2022/23 school year closes we at Sligo Grammar School say goodbye to some of our colleagues, two of whom head off into retirement, and one who is taking a career break. Angie Doherty and Patricia Henry are retiring …
During the year all 1st Year Students in SGS entered the “Comórtas Sóisearach Matamaitice Éireann”, a Junior maths competition run by the Irish Maths Teachers Association. The questions were based on many different mathematical concepts taught at Junior Cycle. The …
For the first time in a number of years Sligo Grammar School participated in Connacht Athletics events, and coach Seán Taylor was delighted to see such interest from students across all class groups. Various events were organised by Connacht …
On Thursday 14th May the Leaving Cert students of Sligo Grammar School marked the end of formal class with a day of celebration and fun. Following a special breakfast in the dining hall the sixth years spent the first part …
Every year Damien Tansey Solicitors award two of our TY students medals for excellent Junior Cycle exam results. This year the prizewinners were Sophie Swann and Jack Kennedy. Sophie achieved the highest results in the school and was awarded the …