Welcome

Killoughteen N.S. is a rural, mixed, catholic school just outside Newcastle West town. Our 162 pupils range in age from 4 to 13 years. The atmosphere in our school is a very happy one enhanced by a supportive parent body.                                                                          This year we opened an ASD class and also have a pre-school being run on the school premises called Killoughteen Kids.

Latest News

Girls’ Football Blitz

Today, the girls represented the school with aplomb in the West Limerick football blitz held in Mick Neville Park. The team played against Broadford, Scoil Iosaf, Ballingarry and Foynes who all proved to be formidable opposition. Despite not registering a win, the...

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Welly Wednesday

Welly Wednesday

We were delighted to be part of the 95FM Stop Tour this year. We brought in change to fill our two wellies with coins. All the money raised stays in Limerick and is given to charities who help children in different ways. Thank you to all our pupils who contributed to...

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School Calendar 2018 – 2019

School Year Begins

Wednesday, August 29th.

Halloween Mid Term

Closed from Monday 29th October  and re-opening Monday November 5th.

Christmas Holidays

Closing Friday December 21st and re-opening Monday January 7th.

February Mid Term Break

Closed Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd February.

St. Patrick’s Day

Closed Monday March 18th (Public holiday)

Easter Holidays

Closing Friday April 12th  and re-opening on Monday April 29th.

May Bank Holiday

Closed Monday May 6th.

June Bank Holiday

Closed Monday June 3rd.

Summer Holidays

Closing on Friday June 21st.

Van Gogh Art

Our class studied the life and work of Vincent van Gogh. Watching a short documentary, we followed his journey to becoming one of the most famous artists in the world (also, literally as he traveled for much of his short life). It was interesting to learn that he only...

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Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

On Friday last, September 28th, our school football team played its first football match of the year against Kilcornan. The team got off to a blistering start and quickly took the lead thanks to well-taken, opportunistic goal. Kilcornan dominated the rest of the half...

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