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School News

  • Visit of Victorious Na Fianna Captains It was our great pleasure to welcome the captains of the victorious Na Fianna U17 and U13 hurlers this morning. Sean Rattigan and Jack Fox brought the winners trophys with coach Colm Cassidy. It is always a great achievement to reach a final but to go on and win two finals especially against the backdrop of Covid-19 restrictions is some achievement. Many of our 6th class boys also featured on the U13 team and we congratulate them and their team mates. Thanks to Colm Cassidy and the two lads for taking the time to visit!
    Posted by Owen Breslin
  • Halloween fun day It was a Halloween fun day in Killeigh today and there were hordes of witches, goblins, ghouls, ghosts and all sorts of other little creatures and characters prowling around the school.  Our Halloween dress up day is one of the most eagerly anticipated days in the school calendar and the boys and girls (with a little help from their parents) outdid themselves with their costumes. We had a monsters walk after small break and this was followed by an ice cream from the ice cream van.  A coin was collected from each child for Trick or Treat for Temple St. Many thanks for your kind support.
    Posted by Owen Breslin
  • School Assembly We held a Zoom school assembly earlier this week. We had three super performances from Ms Dermodys class, Ms Screeneys class and Ms Murrays class. Well done to all! We also thank Fr John for joining us. 
    Posted by Owen Breslin
  • Killeigh NS achieves SFI Plaque of Excellence in STEM We have received the wonderful news that our schools has once again been awarded the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Plaque of execllence in STEM. Our activities that we completed last year can be found here The feedback we received from SFI is as follows:            Congratulations to KILLEIGH NS! You have achieved the Plaque of STEM for the wonderful work in science , technology,             engineering and maths that you carried out during the year. It is obvious that the school is an engaging, exciting and                     educational hub of stem with a wide variety of activities fostering and developing scientific skills. The junior infants will                 enjoy watching the ash tree grow as they grow themselves during their time in the school. The videos ...
    Posted Oct 5, 2020, 2:52 PM by Owen Breslin
  • Policies updated A number of our policies have been updated in the last couple of weeks. Please see our policies page for more.
    Posted Oct 4, 2020, 3:50 PM by Owen Breslin
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