Sixth Class

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There are 24 of us in 6th class and our teacher’s name is Ms. Mulqueen.

 

 

Sixth Class News

World Book Day

On March 6th last, pupils and staff in Killoughteen NS celebrated World Book Day. They dressed up as characters from some of the books that they have read. The children also paired up with children from other classes and participated in some Buddy Reading. Finally all...

Safer Internet Day

On February 11th, as part of Safer Internet Day, all children in Killoughteen NS participated in very interesting workshops with Jason O' Mahony of Children of the Digital Age. The children of all classes displayed a huge knowledge of apps, games and what being online...

Grandparents Day January 2020

We welcomed grandparents of children who attend Killoughteen NS to our school today, January 29th 2020. The children were very excited to meet their grandparents. This was evident in all the smiles and hugs that were on display. All grandparents went to visit their...

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...

Analog Devices Primary School Robotics Competition

Today January 16th 2020, our 6th class pupils had a great day at school. The children completed the 'EV3 Senior Robotics' workshop with two excellent teachers called Fergal and Cormac from Learn it. Using Lego as a tool, the children designed and programmed robots to...

Bishop Brendan Leahy visits Killoughteen NS

Today, January 14th there was great excitement in school as we awaited the visit of  Bishop Brendan Leahy. The children sang songs and played music for him including 'Circle of Friends', 'Gathering Song' and 'A Mhuire Mháthair'. Bishop Brendan also had a question and...

Fundraising over the Christmas break

Some of our school choir and musicians had a busy time of the Christmas period. We had a number of pupils from our school choir sing some Christmas Carols in West End Service Station on Saturday December 21st. The pupils under the guidance of Miss Faye Mulqueen...