Lá Fhéile Bríde

Lá Fhéile Bríde was celebrated across the school today.  The lovely song “We sing a song for Brigid” was a lovely musical backdrop in the school as Junior and Senior Infants sang with sweetness and gusto.  Many classes were busy making St. Brigid’s Day Crosses…

Concern Debates

Well done to Charlie, Adam and Eoghan who performed superbly for Kilglass National School on Wednesday in the second of our Concern Primary debates against Sooey National School.  We were opposing the motion “All schools should be Gaelscoileanna”. Building on the experience of our first…

Enrolment 2023/2024

We are now commencing the enrolment process for 2023 – 2024. Please see below for all the relevant documents. Enrolment Application Form 2023-2024 Annual Admissions Notice 2023-2024 Admissions Policy Kilglass National School

Christmas Plays 2022

Scripts, roles, rehearsals and costumes have been centre stage in classrooms over the last two weeks.  Children practiced lines, rehearsed songs and showcased their talents in preparation for the Christmas plays.  From excitement to nervousness and everything in between children from Junior Infants to Sixth Class got…

Change to Admission Policy

Section 62 (2) (b) of the Education (Admission to Schools) Act 2018 requires schools to consult with the patron, parents of students attending the school and staff of the school where amendments are made to the school’s admission policy. Please find the inclusion of text…

Christmas Shoebox Appeal

Thank you to all the boys and girls who took part in the Team Hope Christmas Shoebox Appeal.  We had a fantastic response.  63 fantastic boxes filled with amazing items which will provide so much excitement, joy and love to children who have very little. …

Mini-7s

Mini-7s Today Thursday, the boys and girls in Fifth and Sixth Class took part in the CnamB Mini-7s Gaelic tournament.  We were competing in the Western Division against Enniscrone, Rathlee and Corballa National Schools.  Both of our teams played with great intensity and teamwork in…

Hurling Skills

The children from Junior Infants to Sixth Class are enjoying their hurling sessions every Wednesday.  Lots of physical movement skills and hurling skills are being developed under the expert eyes of Daragh Cox and Micheál.  Grip and swing, stopping a ground ball, controlling a moving…

Edible Landscape Project

Last Friday Mrs Meeneghan’s First and Second Class planted a self-pollinating apple tree as part of the Edible Landscape Project.  The ground was prepared in advance by the children in Mrs Lynott’s Fifth Class.  After planting and staking, a layer of cardboard was placed around…

Literacy Lift-Off

Literacy Lift-Off is in full swing in Mrs Meeneghan’s first and second class.  Literacy Lift-Off is an intensive programme which gives the children lots of opportunities to read books at their own level of competency and gradually lift the complexity of what they can do…
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