We had a great time working with students of Sligo IT’s Creative Writing Programme recently.
In the first workshop the students talked together about their favourite myths and legends from Ireland and around the world. Each student them wrote and illustrated a story of their choice. Some students created their own story while others retold traditional […]
Members of Sligo Sudbury School attended the National Biodiversity Conference on the 20th and 21st February this year and presented a poster board providing an introduction to our biodiversity project and its progress to date.
We were represented by Gayle Nagle and Melinda Swann,
Through the support of the Community Foundation for Ireland we have been able […]
On Mon 4th Feb, we all came in early and built a fort out of yoga mats, blankets and cushions. We ate pancakes and just chilled out for the day playing truth or dare. I beat the most jumps on a skipping rope without stopping record (49). Funnily enough, that one day was the warmest […]
Wed 6th Feb Colin Harte came in to help us with woodwork. We did sawing and squaring and learned what all of the tools did. At the moment we are in the process of making small wooden planes.
We started by measuring a plank of wood into a rectangle of 200mm. We were in groups of […]
So much has happened in these short months it’s difficult to know where to begin. Since opening in September with an exceptional staff team and 14 students we have established a strong democratic foundation for our school community through negotiation and compromise at our School […]