What's happening in the Royal School

U17b League Winners


U17b Cavan Monaghan Champions

Congratulations to the U17 Football team on winning the Cavan Monaghan U17b League final today. They have had a really successful season and capped it today winning the final 5-0! Well done lads.

Seachtain na Gaeilge

Céiliúradh Seachtain na Gaeilge sa Scoil Ríoga idir an 12ú agus an 16ú Márta, 2018.  I rith na seachtaine rinneadh an-iarracht an Ghaeilge a chur chun cinn agus tugadh seans do gach duine páirt a ghlacadh sna himeachtaí a bhí ar siúl sa scoil. , Eagraíodh go leor imeachtaí i rith na seachtaine,  ceardlann rince, tráth na gceist, comórtaisí agus go leor rudaí eile.  Is léir ón aiseolasis atá faighte againn ó na daltaí agus dreamanna eile gur sheachtain iontach í!

Sports Fundraiser

On careful review of the rugby game earlier, the first try was scored at 5 mins 44 seconds.

The winning ticket is:

05-41 to 05-45.

To the lucky winner please check the back of your card to see how to claim your prize. Thanks to all who supported this novel fundraiser.

Ag Science Trip

Form 5 and 6 Ag Sc trip with Ms. A. Murphy to Tullamore Farm and Carrickboy Piggery Longford.

All Ireland Finalists in The Fresh Film Festival

Congratulations to the TY Art/Music Module on their film ‘All Cuffed Up’ going forward to the final, from over 1500 films entered.

Neven Visits Our School

Many thanks to Neven Maguire who visited our school to show his support and encouragement for our TY Mini Company ‘Wooden It’. This company are making quality hand crafted wooden products including their very popular breadboards which Neven was delighted to endorse. Wooden It are one of 11 RSC Mini Companies which will represent the school in the Cavan Enterprise Awards in the Slieve Russell hotel on March 7th.

While Neven was with us he also gave great guidance and advice to the Irish Angus group in TY who have been so successful the Certified Irish Angus Beef Schools competition so far. They are actively promoting the breed as beneficial for both farmer and consumer and have reached the national semi final stage of this competition.
Finally Neven also met with the AIB Build a Bank group from TY who have qualified for the National Final of this competition in March in the RDS. He was very interested in the work the group are doing with regard to homeless charity and poverty alleviation in Cavan and Dublin.
We really appreciate the time and advice that he gave our school and he was very complimentary of the TY pupils involved and wished all three groups well in the upcoming competitions.

Junk Kouture -Regional Winners

1533 entries were submitted to Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture this year and our design was chosen by the judges as one of only 395 designs to make it through to the regional finals in Derry.
Well done, Lordina, Favour and Jodie.

Junk Kouture!