Active Schools Flag

The Active School Flag (ASF) is awarded to schools that strive to achieve a physically educated and physically active school community.
Schools wishing to achieve the ASF begin the process by self-evaluating their current provision across 3 areas: Physical Education, Physical Activity and Partnerships. Schools must also organise an Active School Week programme and commit to having it as part of their annual school calendar. Schools that can say ‘yes’ to all of the ASF success criteria will be awarded with the active flag. The flag remains valid for a period of 3 years after which time schools will be invited to re-apply.

Active Schools Flag News

Presentation of football skills certificates

Noel O' Connor along with county footballer Iris Kennelly and Brian Foley (past pupil) presented all children who completed the fundamental football skills in football with their certificates.  We thank Noel O' Connor who has taken all of our children to teach them...

Hurling / Camogie January 2020

On the 17th of January our hurlers and camogie trainers did a good training session. Our girls had a training session with Seanie Gleeson in the Astro in Newcastle West, before heading back to school via the Demesne on foot. It was 11:45am before the girls returned to...

Killoughteen NS is recognised as 5Star GAA Centre

Today, 11th December 2019 was a special day in Killoughteen NS. Our school was awarded recognition as a 5Star GAA Centre. David O'Dea, Games Development Administrator for Limerick presented the award to the School's Active Committee. The award was given to the school...

West Larkin Shield and Sarsfield Cup News

We were delighted when four of our pupils made it on to West Sarsfield Cup and the West Larkin Shield panels. The West  won their respective county semi-finals and  played in the county finals on Tuesday the 26th of November in the Gaelic Grounds. The Larkin Shield...

New GAA Jerseys

We were delighted to receive a set of GAA Jerseys which were sponsored by Neil and Kelly McGowan (Munster Trade Sales). Sincere thanks to Neil and Kelly for their support. Please see a picture of Neil and Michael McGowan below wearing these jerseys. Hopefully our...

New Basketball Jerseys

Sincere thanks to Gerard and Sinéad Sexton  of Temple Tyres who sponsored Killoughteen NS with a set of Jerseys for running / basketball. Please see a picture below of Sean and Katie Sexton modelling the new jerseys received by the school. We hope all our children...

Senior Camogie County Champions

There was great excitement today when the ten of the senior camogie county champions came to visit us with Noel O' Connor. Yvonne Lee, Grace Lee, , Roisin Ambrose, Kate Ambrose, Emma Falahee, Aoife Corbet, Karen O' Leary along with past pupils, Ella Whelan, Ciara...

Boys Football Killoughteen NS

Our boys football team had their second game of this school year today. Our first game was against Monagea NS and this was a very tough encounter. Monagea won the game very well but it was much deserved. However, our team regrouped and played against Dromcollogher in...

U12 Old Mill County Champions who attend Killoughteen NS

This September we had 8 girls from Killoughteen NS who play with the U12 Old Mill football team. The girls were crowned U12 County Champions when they won against St Bridget's in Banogue on Sunday September 29th. It was a great victory and well deserved by the girls....