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What's happening in the Royal School

Deputy Smyth’s Visit

Deputy Niamh Smyth unveiling our new wellbeing areas (courtyard, library & mural) and raising our new Pieta house Amber flag. Well done to everyone involved.

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Farewell Mr. Galligan

Mr Galligan, our acting Deputy Principal is bidding farewell to our school after 16 years of service to take up a new Deputy Principalship. The students of Royal School Cavan are most grateful for all his kindness and support in his many roles; classroom teacher, TY Coordinator and for the past two years as acting Deputy Principal. Mr. Galligan you have left a rich legacy at Royal School Cavan and we wish you every blessing in your new school.

Creative Engagement 2018 – 2019

We look forward to welcoming Niamh Smyth, TD to our school this afternoon to unveil our Creative Engagement Project for this school year titled “In Our Place of Learning“. Ms. Smith will also unveil our new Well-being spaces throughout the school.

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Class of 2019

Wishing our class of 2019 all the best in their up coming exams and in the future.

Festival in the Fields

Well done to all the performers and Ms. McQuaid for such a wonderful display of talent during our Festival in the Fields on Wednesday!

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Sports Day 2019

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Monthly Roundup – May 2019

National Final Mini Company
Well done to Bear Creations (Farrah Hislop, Chloe Fannin, Ruby Pringle & J.D. Okagbare) who represented the school and Co. Cavan in the national final of the Student Enterprise awards in May in Croke Park.

Bear Creations

TY England Trip
The annual TY London trip was thoroughly enjoyed by all who travelled in May. We had guided tour of the city, trip to the London dungeon experience, Covent Garden, Thorpe Park & went to see ‘The Lion King’ in the Lyceum theatre.

Mission Possible National Award
Massive congratulations to the TY team who won third place in the national Mission Possible awards in Dublin on April 30th. This award recognises the great work done in the school this year to promote mental wellbeing.

Mission Possible

Cavan Track & Field
The Royal School was very successful in the Cavan Schools Track & Field event held in Clones Peace link venue in May. Out of the 8 schools participating the Royal School came 1st in the boy’s section and third overall. Many thanks to Mr McHugh for all his preparation with the competitors.

Active Schools Week
During this week all pupils were encouraged to get active. On May 1st the whole school took part in a sponsored 5k fun Run/walk. Well done to Barry Stratford (Form 5) for crossing the line 1st! Mr. McHugh also arranged lunchtime Tug of war competitions for each year group. This week also saw the beginning of the annual ‘in house’ leagues in soccer & hockey.

Fun Run

Rugby wins
Well done to both the Junior Boys’ & Junior Girls’ teams who both came out on top in recent challenge matches against our friends in Monaghan Collegiate School.

School Magazine
The 2018/19 edition of the Royal Times is now available from the school office at €10. This 94 page publication reflects on all the happenings in the school over the last year.

 

Student Council 5K 2019

Thank you to everyone who sponsored students for our annual Student Council 5K. All money raised will go towards our school wellbeing space and library refurbishment.

“Coming Together” CD Launch

We are very proud of our Musicians Abbie and Christabel who were invited by Cavan Institute to record the song “Cool Kids” for the CD “Coming Together”. Click on the videos below to hear Abbie and Christabel represent the school by performing at the CD Launch in the Ramor Theatre on Monday 8 April.