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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Congratulations to former pupils Chloe and Judith. Fantastic performance at the Commonwealth Games.🥈Commonwealth Games Northern Ireland have their second medal in the Birmingham 2022 #CommonwealthGamesChloe MacCombe claims silver with a second place finish in the Para Triathlon. Sister Judith finished in fourth place. ... See MoreSee Less
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Celebrating achievement Congratulations to former Head Boy (1990-91) Mr Craig Mairs on his appointment as Principal of Sullivan Upper School. Currently Principal of Oldham Hulme Grammar School, Mr Mairs will commence his new post on 1 January 2023. #Learncareprepare ... See MoreSee Less
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The Education Authority Catering Service is recruiting in the Limavady area. Check out the EA website for further details. ... See MoreSee Less
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🎨 Art & Design 🎨Year 9 pupils enjoyed completing their clay gargoyles by adding oxides to give them a stone appearance. What amazing talent we have at LGS! 😁 #STEAM #creativity ... See MoreSee Less
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🐛🦋Art and Design 🐝🐞Year 8 pupils have enjoyed painting their ceramic bug tile designs. Such a beautiful collection! Well done everyone and thank you for all your hard work this year. 😁 #creativity #lgsfamily ... See MoreSee Less
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🏉 LGS Rugby Summer Camp ☀️➡️ Now open to Year 9 and 10s ⬅️Does your child want to meet new friends, whilst developing their rugby skills? Then get them signed up for the 2 day rugby camp. It will be for all current Year 8 and incoming Year 8 Limavady GS pupils and now the current Year 9 and 10 pupils. All information on how to sign up has emailed out Year 8-10 parents / guardians. ... See MoreSee Less
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At the end of a challenging but rewarding school year we would like to congratulate our pupils for all their efforts in and outside the classroom. You have been exceptional!Have a great summer. See you in the new term! ... See MoreSee Less
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Today we said farewell to a number of our staff; Mr Whitmarsh, Mrs Lamont, Mrs Gordon, Miss Gallagher and Mr Quigley.We would like to thank them for their dedication and service to the School. Collectively Mr Whitmarsh and Mrs Lamont have worked in Limavady Grammar for an incredible 65 years!We wish our leaving staff well in their retirement or new posts. We will miss you. ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to Year 12 pupils Ben and Kyle who received their first international cap for @northernireland following the Victory Shield. Well done boys, what an achievement 👏🏻 ... 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"


  • “My favourite thing is the school play because, when we were getting our costumes, we got to try on loads of clothes and dresses”


  • "I really like all my teachers – they are great!"


  • “I think LGS is a good confidence booster and has helped me to become more independent”


  • “I like the fact I can move about school and not be trapped in one room”



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Video Tour

Take an aerial view around the Limavady Grammar School grounds.

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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