Gaelcholáiste Dhoire


Year 8 boys took part in the Gaelcholáistí competition on Friday in Belfast against Coláiste Feirste. They didn't win the cup but they had a great occasion and our student, Peter Pio, was chosen as the man of the match.
We look forward to seeing the pupils of the school come through the new school gates tomorrow after learning at home since December! We are sure that the students will be delighted to see their friends again and start learning aga
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Students at present walk to the local leisure centre to engage in their PE lessons and while the facilities are second to none, the school has been campaigning for our own facilities since 2017. The Department of Education has now
History was made this term when one of our Gaelcholáiste pupils was awarded an Ulster Camogie Allstar. Cliodhna Ní Mhianáin attended trials with the most accomplished players across all schools and was selected for this
Gaelcholáiste teams are going from strength to strength with the U16 Camogie girls playing in their third Ulster Final and first Senior Final in January. The U16 ladies footballers narrowly lost their Ulster Semi-Final and the
Well done to the Y8 footballers who took home a resounding win in the final of the Oisín Mhic Craith Shield against St. John the Baptist College, Portadown as well as lifting the division C shield against St Paul’s Bessbrook
The U14 hurling team has had an excellent campaign so far this year with wins over Rathmore Grammar school and Loreto College Coleraine in particular.
The under 14 boys football team enjoyed a very encouraging day of sport at the Mid-Ulster Sports Arena in Cookstown as they took part in Corn Mhic Neasa at the beginning of October. Their performance on the day means that they
Year 9 and 10 students went to Scotland in October to participate in the International Shinty/Hurling competition.
Coláistí Ghleann na Ró U16 camogie team, made up of Gaelcholáiste Dhoire and St Mary's College Limavady, won their division of the Ulster Colleges Camogie in their first year of participation.
Second year pupil, Sé Óg, had an amazing weekend in Galway as he raced to victory in the All-Ireland Karting Championship, seeing off competitors up to four years his senior in the Junior X 30 competition.
On a bright sunny October afternoon the Gaelcholáiste football team faced strong opposition in the shape of St Joseph’s College Derry City. The Gaelcholáiste team were ahead at half time but the size and strength of the opposition
It was a great start to the season as Gaelcholáiste Dhoire took home a victory in the U13.5 hurling blitz ar an Abhainn Bheag in September fielding against much more senior teams. The first success of the season for the
It must've been a group of All-Stars who fielded for Gaelcholáiste Dhoire at the Yr8 Camogie blitz in Jordanstown. They managed to win all four of their games despite it being their first time playing together as a team! Onwards
Gaelcholáiste Dhoire and Gaelscoil Neachtain friendly played on Gaelscoil pitch.
D.Fómh 25
Briseadh Meántéarma | Midterm Break
Samh 26
Lá Inseirbhíse | In-service Day
Noll 01
Scrúduithe EC3 | KS3 Exams
Noll 23
Saoire na Nollag | Christmas Holidays
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