Welcome to Limavady Grammar

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the website of Limavady Grammar School. Our school is child centred with a unique ethos where each child is valued, supported and encouraged to develop their talents. Academic achievement and extra-curricular success are central to school life; we have a happy atmosphere with a strong community spirit. Our aim is to focus on “Learning, Caring and Preparing for Life”, which ably equips our students to succeed in their chosen career path. I trust you will find the website informative and that it will give you a flavour of life in Limavady Grammar School.

Mrs NJ Madden

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**The LGS Technology lockdown challenge**Photographed are the best examples of work from Y8 to Y10 on the theme of materials. Some examples were so big that the pupils couldn’t bring them in to school. Well done to everyone who took part and created so many imaginative ideas. Aphaia, Logan, Jacob, James, Annie, Charlotte, Harry, Rory, Callie, Maisie and Megan Photograph by Josh ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to Kerry Cooper from LIPS for providing copies of the Young Persons Mental Health Guide to our pupils. The guide is a resource for young people, their parents and carers to support mental wellbeing and is being distributed to all KS3 pupils.We would also like to take this opportunity to thank LIPS for their ongoing support to our school wellbeing programme.(pictured – Miss McDonagh, Year 9 form tutor, and a selection of Year 9 and 10 pupils) ... See MoreSee Less
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Thinking of studying A levels at LGS?If you are in Year 12 and thinking of studying A levels check out what Limavady Grammar can offer you. All information about Sixth Form admission and the range of courses on offer is available on our website.www.limavadygrammar.org.uk/year-13-admissions/ ... See MoreSee Less
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**Celebrating Art Success**The Art Department held their annual "Design an Egg Competition. The year 10 pupils did not disappoint as we had an amazing range of very creative designs submitted over lockdown, making it difficult to choose the final winners. Well done to everyone who entered. Keep up the great work, Mrs Lowth & Mrs Olphert 10V: 1st Prize - Faye, Runner Ups - Amelia & Annie10W: 1st Prize - Jack, Runner Ups - Faith & Grace10X: 1st Prize - Ruby, Runner Ups - Natalia & Rachel10Y: 1st Prize - Olivia Runner Ups - Emma & Ciaran10Z: 1st Prize - Arabelle Runner Ups - Marissa & Jamie(Prize photos captured in form class bubbles) ... See MoreSee Less
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**What we are doing in Junior Science**Today we are measuring everyone's reaction time with and without distraction. Fantastic work year 9's, well done! 😁 ... See MoreSee Less
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🏐 Return for Netball and Athletics 🏃🏽‍♀️ Year 8 Netball got back in action this week after school on the outdoor court! Great to see the girls enjoying it again. Athletics was also back in action this week! The weather did not deter this enthusiastic bunch - great to see! 💪 ... See MoreSee Less
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** Text-A- Nurse Service! ** The PHA have teamed up with the Department of Education and the HSCT to launch the ChatHealth “Text-A-Nurse” service. The aim is to provide a secure and confidential text messaging service for young people aged 11-19, which will allow them to easily and anonymously get in touch with a school nurse for advice and support they may need. Please see the image below for further information related to this service. ... See MoreSee Less
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** Welcoming the Education Minister** The Education Minister, Peter Weir visited School today where he was welcomed by Mr Hill (Chair of Governors), Mrs Madden, Head Boy, Ross and Head Girl, Jessica. The Minister had an opportunity to visit the Health and Well-being facilities and see a Science class in action. Year 13 & 14 pupils had the opportunity to engage in a Q&A session with the Minister, raising a range of issues of interest and concern. ... See MoreSee Less
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** Celebrating Graduation Success! **The University of Ulster has presented us with framed certificates containing details of our former pupils who graduated from their Class of 2020. With all the challenges the COVID -19 pandemic has brought to the education sector, the Class of 2020 will be remembered by all universities in years to come for the courage and determination they showed in the face of uncertainty. We hope this gift will inspire and motivate our current pupils, acting as a positive reminder that there is a brighter future ahead. ... See MoreSee Less
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  • "I think it’s amazing how many different clubs and after-school clubs they have. There is a club to suit everyone’s likes" – Maura 8Y
  • “My favourite thing is the school play because, when we were getting our costumes, we got to try on loads of clothes and dresses” Bláithín 8X
  • "I really like all my teachers – they are great!" Olivia 8Y
  • “I think LGS is a good confidence booster and has helped me to become more independent” Faye 8V
  • “I like the fact I can move about school and not be trapped in one room” Jamie 8Z


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Video Tour

Take an aerial view around the Limavady Grammar School grounds during sports day.

Our Vision

In focusing on our vision for the next decade, we are committed to three areas of development:

  • Learning

    We aim to develop curiosity, creativity, resilience and confidence in our students.

  • Caring

    We aim to treat each pupil as an individual and to help them develop self-respect and respect for others.

  • Preparing

    We focus on preparing our students for successful careers through a highly effective careers guidance programme.


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