The Boys Gaelic Football Team are Division 1 County Champions again after a wait of 9 years since 2014. There has been a lot of heartache over the years, losing 4 finals over that period and to get over the line yesterday against Woodlands N.S was a fantastic achievement. The boys put a tremendous effort in all year and trained with great endeavour and hoped that this day would come. The most important part was that they had fun with their friends and learned the value of teamwork and that hard work pays off. On the day it was a team effort that prevailed and each player excelled. Ethan Buchanan produced an outstanding performance and was awarded man of the match. There is a lot of happy faces in the school and it has created a positive atmosphere with the academic year coming to a close. We are extremely proud of how our boys performed and conducted themselves throughout the year. They are a great credit to the school.
Team captains: Seán Lavin and Patryk Zachwieja
International Day 2030
STEM activities in Errigal College
Athletics May 2023
Seachtain na Gaeilge
Bhi Lá Gaelach againn sa scoil ar 15ú Márta. Bhí gach duine feistithe in éide glas, bhí ceol, damhsa, amhránaíocht, agus filíocht mar pháirt den Lá Gaelach.
Our pupils had a wonderful Lá Gaelach, classes sang, danced, played instruments and recited poetry as Gaeilge.
Click on the link to view some of the performances
During the week, Seachtain na Gaeilge, older classes joined with younger classes and read Irish books together. Also many classes began to write their own Irish books, Scríobh Leabhar. Pupils also took part in a Toraíocht Taisce (treasure hunt).
Well done everyone.
World Book Day 2nd March 2023
Pupils from some senior classes read books with pupils in junior classes.
East Donegal Indoor U-11 Champions
Our school’s boys U-11 team were victorious in the East Donegal finals in Glenswilly recently with a fantastic team performance over the three matches played. They had been training for a few months in anticipation of this Eastern Final, after progressing from the group stages earlier in the year. They have now progressed to the County Finals where the winners from North, South, East and West will meet. Ádh mór oraibh a bhuachaillí
A massive well done to Ms Gildea’s & Ms Lafferty’s Junior Infants who have settled so well into Scoil Naomh Fiachra, creating many memories this academic term. Please click on the links below to see their photostories.
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