Senior Infants drew the Eiffel Tower after learning about France

Senior Infants drew the Eiffel Tower after learning about France

Senior Infants enjoyed learning all about France during lockdown. They learnt about some of the French foods, such as croissants, escargots, crepes, and frogs legs. They also learnt about some of the famous landmarks and today they all drew the Eiffel Tower which is...
Active Challenges in Killoughteen NS

Active Challenges in Killoughteen NS

This year we had to have remote teaching and learning from January 11th to March 1st. During this time, active challenges were set by the teachers for our pupils. Our pupils did a great job on completing the challenges. Please click on the link below to see some of...
6th Class – STEM – Fan Powered Cars

6th Class – STEM – Fan Powered Cars

6th Class created their own fan powered cars recently! They explored the different types of energy and forces that are evident in the world around us! As a part of exploring energy and forces, the class investigated how circuits, motors and batteries work together....
Delighted to have a Sensory Pod Installed for our Pupils

Delighted to have a Sensory Pod Installed for our Pupils

Killoughteen NS are delighted to have had a Sensory Pod installed in our school for our pupils recently. This is a fabulous resource that will be of benefit to all our pupils for years into the future. There will always be times when a child will be in need of a safe...
CMRF – Christmas Jumper Day

CMRF – Christmas Jumper Day

This year, is a year we will all remember. On Friday, December 11th our pupils wore their Christmas jumpers to help aid ‘The Children’s Medical Research Foundation’. (Crumlin) Sincere thanks to our school community who collected €570 for this very...
First Class – Fun Science Experiment!

First Class – Fun Science Experiment!

First Class had fun science experiments with eggs this week. The children were shown some ordinary eggs and we discussed them. The children told knew that eggs were oval shaped, came from hens, were easy to break and messy if broken. They were asked to predict if...