In line with government guidelines arising from the Covid-19 crisis, Millstreet Adult Learning Centre remains closed until further notice. However, if any learners and/or prospective learners need some advice, help or support, please call Marie on 086 7707301 on Monday or Thursday 9am to 5pm or leave a text message anytime and I will follow up. We have set up a new Facebook page (Millstreet FET) and we upload information, resources, activity lists and useful links to other sites so please visit our page to find out more. Help is also available for those who are struggling to stay calm in these challenging times ……… Stay safe, stay at home and stay in touch. [read more …] “Millstreet Adult Learning Centre”
This is a great opportunity for families to get creative and work as historians!
A time capsule is a historic cache of goods or information, usually intended as a deliberate method of communication with future people, and to help future archaeologists, anthropologists, or historians.
We appreciate that this is a difficult time for our pupils and their families and we are working to provide educational support in a different way than the norm.
With this in mind, we have sourced this comprehensive list of ideas and activities you might consider checking out to support your child during the coming weeks. Please remember that we will get through this together!
Stay safe and healthy!
Staff of Presentation N.S. 
To download the list of ideas and activities (it’s a word document), click the image below or CLICK HERE.
Scoil Mhuire Boy’s National School wish to give parents the opportunity to collect their child’s books from the school. Classrooms are being allocated separate days. Parents/children will not be able to enter school building. Please come to the front of the school, remain outside, and press buzzer. The teacher on duty that day will give out the child’s books either in a box or a clear plastic bag.
MONDAY 23rd – Mr. O Connor 9:20 to 3:00 pm
TUESDAY 24th – Mrs. Curtin 9:20 to 3:00 pm
WEDNESDAY 25th – Miss Buckley 9:20 to 3:00 pm
THURSDAY 26th – Miss Guerin 9:20 to 3:00 pm
We plan to start using Edmodo to distribute schoolwork from next Wednesday on. Your child will be allocated a code to access this by your class teacher. In the meantime there are many great educational websites out there, however the website scoilnet is a great place to get educational content. Our school e-mail is <email@example.com> should you have any queries or difficulties. We hope you all stay safe at this time.
Frank O Connor and staff, Scoil Mhuire BNS.
Millstreet Adult Learning Centre: All classes are cancelled as issued in the Department of Education and Skills statement. This is effective until 29th March and any updates will be posted as soon as directed on the Department of Education and Skills website. I will also notify Learners directly and put posters on the window for information.
Millstreet Day Centre is very excited to be welcoming our newest volunteer – the wonderfully talented Barry Fraser – to the Centre who will be running clay pottery classes with our clients every Monday starting on the 9th March!
Call the Centre on (029) 70926 to book in if you’d like to attend on a Monday & partake in the class – just €12 for Morning Tea & Scones, Pottery class, 3 Course Lunch, Afternoon Tea & Transport.
There are also an array of Nursing Services available right here in the centre including blood pressure check, blood sugars check, wound/dressing changes, weight management, assisted showers etc.
Millstreet Community School Parents’ Advisory Committee is raising money for the Computer Room Refurbishment. The current Computer Room is outdated and the PCs need to be replaced. We hope to replace PCs with Chromebooks and create learning pods as per the plan above. Microsoft Office 365 across the school. Teachers and students are now collaborating in the digital space using cloud technology. The proposed new layout of the room will provide us with a space where students can collaborate with one another in groups during class periods. Their work will then be available to them on the cloud for future consultation and for revision purposes. Help us to realise this vision and future proof our school! Click the Go Find Me link to Donate. We are hoping to complete this project before next September!Bright Days Ahead!
Do you have skills in French, German, Maths & any Science subjects for Junior & Leaving Cert students living in Drishane Castle. Volunteers urgently needed. Contact Caroline or Karen 085/7772284 or <email>
Please note: The table quiz will now take place in MILLSTREET GAA HALL
Ria Buckley and Hannah Keane are 5th year students at Millstreet Community School. They will be going on pilgrimage to Lourdes for a week during their Easter holidays 2020 with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust. They are following in a long line of other students who have gone to Lourdes as helpers and had a wonderfully fulfilling time.
The cost of their flight/accommodation is €670/person and the students are currently fundraising in an effort to cover these costs. A successful bake sale took place in the parish centre before Christmas.
A table quiz held in Millstreet GAA Hall on Friday 31st January – €40/table of four. Everyone is welcome to take part on what should be a very enjoyable evening.
GUIDANCE COUNSELLING SERVICE • Free, impartial and confidential service
• Available to current adult learners and unemployed adults with less than QQI Level 6 qualifications
• Guidance can help you explore your interests and abilities and identify best course options.
To find out more or to arrange an appointment, contact:
JOAN MC SWEENEY [Guidance Counsellor]
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Millstreet FET (Further Education & Training) offer a range of free courses for adult learners.
Sign up now and start your learning journey with us.
Beginners and Improvers ESOL
Learn English in small groups. If you are starting out or improving your skills this is the course to help you with your English skills.
Driver Theory Preparation
Take that step towards independence. Sign up to complete your Driver Theory Test.
Beginners Crafts Discover your creative talent in this introduction to Crafts
As we draw near to the end of our first term in school we would like to thank the parents and pupils of Kilcorney N.S. for their wonderful generosity and kindness shown to various charities. The school sent off over 40 shoeboxes in November. We also collected an enormous amount of hats, gloves, toiletries, etc. for the Simon Community and a total of €208 was collected following our Christmas Nativity (pictures below) for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. We wish you all a peaceful Christmas.
Two 5th year students from Millstreet Community School, Hannah Keane and Ria Buckley, will be travelling to Lourdes as helpers with the Irish Pilgrimage Trust at Easter 2020. They are following in a long line of students who have done the same over recent years.
The cost for their week in Lourdes is €670/person. This covers flights and accommodation. As in previous years events will be held to help them cover this cost. The first event will be a bake sale which is to be held on Saturday 14th December in Millstreet Parish Centre after the 6.30pm Mass. Everyone is welcome to come along and support them in their efforts. Thank you
We would greatly appreciate if you could take 1 minute out of your day to complete an anonymous survey in help of our BT Young Scientist Project. It is an important issue that affects us all and and we would be very grateful if you could complete and share around our survey. Thanking you David O’Brien, Úna Healy and Finn Radamm!
Cullen N.S. Helping Others – Children in Need
61 boxes were filled by the pupils in Cullen N.S.
Well done to all our boys and girls making such a great effort. It was our first time participating in the Shoebox Appeal. A great way for kids to help other kids who are less fortunate and a real ‘eyeopener’ too. Helps the boys and girls realise how lucky they are themselves. Well done to all involved and remember …. “We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone”.St. Brendan’s National School Rathcoole also collected 82 shoe boxes this year which are now on their way to make other children’s Christmas very special.
Donagh, Darragh, and Harry, are currently helping to raise awareness of testicular cancer by asking men to complete their short cancer awareness survey. This is a part of the research for their BT Young Scientist project which they hope to be presenting in Dublin next January. A brave project to take on, but one that could actually save lives. It’s simple, anonymous, and will only take a few minutes, so please help them out by completing their survey.
Attention ALL Farmers: Please take 1 minute out of your day to complete a short anonymous survey for our BT Young Scientist Project. Each completed survey is a great help to us in putting together our project and hopefully qualifying for the Exhibition. Thanking you, Eabha Sheehan, Fia Hurley and Taragh Casey, Transition Years in Millstreet CS.
Please click HERE to start the survey.
Irish Leaving Cert Honours Grinds Classes available to eager students wanting to achieve top marks held in Rathmore area by an experienced Kerry native Irish teacher with Oral Irish Examination experience in her own home. Class 1 : duration 1 hour, covers Paper 1 & 2, excellent H1 typed notes given and sample answers on the poems and stories, essays, debates and Novel covered. Class 2: duration 1 hour, Irish Oral class, complete top-class preparation for this exam worth 40%, by experienced examiner, excellent typed notes given for the 20 Sraith Phictiúr, the conversation and the poetry reading. There is limited availability, booking is essential to secure a place. Phone 087 9858133.
Sincere congratulations to Edel Breen (past pupil of Millstreet Community School) who graduated with a First Class Honours Degree from the BSc. in Pharmacy last Thursday. Best of look with your masters and indeed the future, I’ve no doubt it’ll be bright! – Siobhán