Current News

Students from classes 8 and 9 enjoying Therapeutic Horse Riding in Kilkieran Equestrian Centre.
We got new spaces and toys for our junior playground.
Attaching our kindness leaves to the kindness tree for anti bullying week 2023.
Teachers are preparing for Parent Teacher Meeting's next week and are looking forward to meeting all parents and guardians.
Mrs. Butler is attending the annual Principal's Conference in Killarney this week. 
Preparations are ongoing for our Christmas Gala Tea Party on Tuesday 5th December.
Some events on the our school for Anti-Bullying week.
Well done to the 5th years who represented the school at the Comhairle Na Nog AGM in Langtons with schools from all across the county.
Anti-Bullying posters going up around the school.
Well done on receiving wonderful Junior Certs results.
Some of the junior students started choir practice with Music Generation, in preparation for a Christmas concert during Yulfest.
With the help of our SNA Ella, all students in the school participated in planting 350 daffodils, 100 tulips and some snowdrops in our school grounds. Every student had the opportunity to examine and sow several bulbs and many students went home with mucky shoes!
Classes 3 to 8 started Gymnastic classes with our visiting teacher – Ms. Caoimhe Shiel and these classes have been a great success.
Students from classes 8 and 9 have started Therapeutic Horse  Riding in Kilkieran Equestrian Centre in Ballyfoyle which are proving to be very popular.
Look at our Halloween doodle art competition.
All the classes have been busy doing Halloween art. 
Well done to our new Student Council on getting appointed as their class representatives.
Class 9- Alex, C
lass 10- Kieran & Eoghan (sub),
Class 11- Noah & Mckenzie (sub),
Class 12- Eoin,
Class 13- Tamara & Emer
Class 14- Lyor & Aine.
They have already started working and they are going to have a fun and busy year.
Class 2 had fun planting a tree for National Tree day.
We had the pleasure of having Dr. Ann-Marie Eustaceryan in our school.
Dr Ann-Maire talked to the students an adults about the importance of gut health. 
She has her own children's book called Bug Of War, it teaches children about good an bad bateria in our digestive system. 
Mark from Music Generation is back again with senior students.
The senior students enjoying themselves with the students from Kierans College.
Students from Kierans college visit every Wednesday for the year as part of their Enrichment TY program. Everyone benefits from the social opportunities it provides. 
Welcome back to all of the students and staff for another fun filled school year!