Celebrating the end of our first year at Sligo Sudbury School we would like to express our gratitude to all of our students and their families, our board of trustees, our staff, and generous supporters, without whom none of it could have happened.
It has been a whirlwind of […]
We had a fantastic day out for our first school tour last week. After an invigorating start and lots of fun at the Harbour Splash Aqua Park in Dun Laoghaire we headed over to the Phoenix Park to visit Bloom and meet up with staff and students from our sister school, Wicklow Sudbury School. A […]
We have a great interest in philosophy at Sligo Sudbury School and were excited to have the opportunity to meet like-minded people at the Young Philosopher Awards. On the 15 may 2019, we […]
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 […]