Research shows that children who do not read during the summer can undo up to three months of reading progress, and that loss has a cumulative, long-term effect. Cavan library is running a ‘Summer Star’ programme as a way to encourage your child to read over the summer months.With each book read a reward Stamp […]
A chess tournament was held on Thursday between Killygarry NS and Farnham NS. The aim of the tournament was for the children to have fun, make some new friends and practise their chess skills. Thank you to Farnham NS for hosting us.
Congratulations to all the girls on the school Gaelic Football team who won the Division 2 Cumann na mBunscol Final for the third year in a row on Saturday last on the 3G Pitch in Breffni Park. Well done to the coaches Michael and Ms. Mc Dermott on this wonderful achievement. Congratulations to Katie Sheanon, […]
Huge thanks to Salesi, Andrew, Malcom and all at Cavan Rugby club for organising the blitz today. Killygarry footed 4 teams and enjoyed varying levels of success on the pitch. A great day out was had and we returned to school with a new kitbag of rugby balls, bibs and cones.
Lucy, in second class, gave a very kind donation of €100 to Cystic Fibrosis Cavan using some of her First Communion money. Pictured below is Miss Smith (Teacher), Lucy, Mia and Lorraine. Lucy received a beautiful framed certificate from Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, Cavan Branch.
Congratulations to our school girls Gaelic Football team who won their semi-final match on Tuesday on the 3G Pitch in Breffni Park against Farnham N.S. The final score was 5-4 to 2-2. The final will take place on Saturday 10th of June on the 3G Pitch in Breffni Park at 5pm with some food afterwards in the […]
Well done to the 26 boys and girls who participated in the after-school ukulele classes run by Ms. Smith and Ms. Wynne. As their grand finale, the musicians gave a lunchtime concert in the G.P room for the rest of the school.
The junior and senior infant classes enjoyed their trip to Navan today to visit Lolo Town. It is an indoor play centre which is laid out like a mini-town. The children had fun playing in the Garda Station, the supermarket, the cafe, the hair dressers, the fire station and many more places.