Killoughteen NS Fundraiser Launch

On Tuesday evening last, May 17th 2022 Killoughteen NS hosted a cookery demonstration and launched a fundraiser in the Longcourt House Hotel. Wade Murphy, award winning chef, owner of 1826 restaurant in Adare and TV chef on the RTE Today Show led the show and made it...

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Analog Robotics Competition – June 18th 2022

Analog Robotics competition 2022: When we arrived at Analog Devices they handed us our lanyards with our names and school on them; we were then shown to our work stations by the very helpful staff. We began building the main body of our robot and programmed the...

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6th Class Graduation – June 14th 2022

The 14th of June was a momentous day for the boys and girls in 6th class in Killoughteen NS. It was the day that the boys and girls reflected on their time in our school and relived some of their memories. We are very proud of you all and wish you all every good wish...

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Rainbow Class- St. Patricks Day Celebrations 2022

Wednesday, March 16th  we celebrated St. Patricks day in the Rainbow Class. It was great to return to some normality with great anticipation of parades and a "normal" St Patrick's Day. In the Rainbow Room all the children were excited to wear their green colours and...

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News of Killoughteen NS from 1961

I would like to share with you all a piece of news based on our school which came from the 'Limerick Chronicle' newspaper dated Thursday, January 12th 1961. The school had 85 pupils and they were withdrawn from school reluctantly by their parents due to the poor state...

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6th Class Science and STEM.

For Science Week 2021, the theme was "Our future homes".  The children explored the properties of an energy efficient house.  The children researched the features of a home with an excellent BER rating.  The children then applied their knowledge to design and make a...

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Science in Senior Infants

On Thursday November 4th Senior Infants did some fun science experiments. Firstly the class talked about how big machines can travel in the soft ground and agreed that they didn't sink as thier weight was spread out. We then got balloons and the teacher blew up 8...

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