Here are the second class children who made their communion on May 11th.
Congratulations to sixth class who made their confirmation on May 4th
Well done to Aisling in 4th class who came second in her category in the INTO County Cavan Handwriting Awards recently. Here is Aisling pictured with Rosena Jordan and Fidelma Sheridan of the INTO.
Well done to the 5th and 6th class boys who represented Killygarry in the 5-a-side FAI tournament in Cootehill recently. They won 2 out of 3 matches in their group but unfortunately it wasn’t enough to qualify for the semi-finals. They enjoyed their day in any case.
The girls of Killygarry did us proud today by reaching the finals of the Cavan FAI 5-a-side in Cootehill. They won the three matches in their group (against Drung, Tunneyduff and Kill) and also their semi-final against Milltown. They met Arva in the final and although they played excellent football, they didn’t get the better […]
125 children from Killygarry National School took the Irish Board of Speech and Drama grade exams before Easter. Everybody had to recite a poem and answer questions for the examiner. First class also had to speak about a favourite toy. Second class had to speak about a picture they had drawn. Third class had to […]
Congratulations to the Senior Quiz team who came second in the recent County Cavan Community Games quiz. They are pictured here with Christy Quinn of the Cavan Community Games.
Bhí gaeilge á labhairt ar fud na háite i gCill a Gharraí le linn Seachtain na Gaeilge agus seo iad na páiste a bhuaigh “Gaeilgeoir na Seachtaine” ‘sna ranganna áirithe: Arón, Jude, Mindaugas, Sorcha, Amelia, Niamh agus Korneliusz. Maith sibh go léir!
Ms Kennedy, our retired teacher came in to talk to all the classes about her trip to Gambia in January. She showed us photos of the children in the school she worked in. She also showed us how she had spent all the money we had collected for her. While she was there she got […]
The children of Killygarry National School weren’t afraid of a getting wet this St Patrick’s Day. They bravely donned their green hats and played their hearts out in the rain and cold. Well done to all the pupils, parents and teachers involved.