Last week the children from Kilcorney National School took part in National Bike Week Ireland. (photo by Geraldine Dennehy)
Kilcorney N.S. Clothes Collection
Please bring your previously loved clean clothes, linen, curtains, belts, handbags, shoes(paired) in large plastic sacks to the school on or before March 22nd.
No Duvets, Pillows, Cushions, Socks or underwear. Thank you.
The National Council for the Blind of Ireland will benefit from our collection through the resale and recycling of garments collected.
Kilcorney National School Enrolment 2018
Enrolment Forms are now available.
They can be collected at the school.
Phone: 029 58380
Pictured below are the shoe-boxes which Kilcorney National School children collected for this years Team Home Shoebox Appeal
Kilcorney Development Association are holding a table quiz in aid of Kilcorney National School Parents Association on this Friday Night, November 10th, at Moll Carthy’s Bridge commencing at 8.30pm.
Please come along to support a good cause and have a good nights entertainment.
The winter is here and the pupils of Kilcorney National School made Bird Boxes so that they can feed the birds during the cold frosty days of winter. Lots of photos below:
[read more …] “Bird Boxes Kilcorney National School”
Here are a some pictures of the Junior Room Students at Kilcorney National School setting their Horse Chestnuts last week. More photos below [read more …] “Setting Horse Chestnuts at Kilcorney N.S.”
John Coleman presented medals in Kilcorney N.S. on Tuesday 20th June. The Kilcorney Girls’ and Boys’ team had a very exciting year in the Rural School Championships. The girls just missed out on victory, but played brilliantly against both Lismire and Meelin. The boys team defeated our near neighbours Lyre N.S. in a thrilling final. We thank John for bringing his wonderful collection of medals that he has won in many different sporting codes. Wishing all a happy and safe summer from Kilcorney N.S
[read more …] “John Coleman presents medals in Kilcorney N.S.”
Kilcorney National School Nativity Play took place in Kilcorney Church in December 2016
Below are some photos by Geraldine Dennehy
See More images below: [read more …] “Kilcorney Nativity Play – Christmas 2016”
Kilcorney Development Association
will hold a table quiz
in aid of
Kilcorney National School Parents’ Association
in Moll Carthy’s Bridge Bar
on Friday, November 25th at 9pm.
Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Great night assured.
The Primary Schools and Community School were today finalising their Team Hope Christmas Shoeboxes, making a huge difference for so many less fortunate children this Christmas. Well done to all the children, parents and teachers who all did a fantastic job:
The pupils of Kilcorney N.S. are always very aware of the tough lives our little bird friends lead throughout the winter season. In order for them to settle comfortably into the breeding season, and to entice our migratory birds back home, we built and painted 36 bird boxes.
We really enjoyed hammering the nails into the sides of each box and couldn’t wait to get our hands dirty with the paint. Luckily for us the sun shone all day and so we got to complete our manual labour outside!
At the end of the day we each got to bring our bird box home. We couldn’t wait to hang them up and wait for some visitors to call.
To see more photos of the bird-boxes and other happenings at Kilcorney NS, go to the Kilcorney NS website ( kilcorneyns.ie ), where they love to share their stories and photos.
The sporting talent which exists in abundance in Kilcorney N.S. divides its loyalty between Millstreet and Dromtarriffe. This year the green and gold are walking tall.
On the morning of Tuesday, January 13th 2015, the pupils of Kilcorney N.S. waited with unquenchable excitement for the arrival of Mark Ellis and the two trophies (oh, by the way William was coming too). A heavy blanket of sparkling snow enveloped the usual green pastures of Kilcorney and all approaching roads were near impassable. Still it snowed – snow – snow – snow – snow. [read more …] “Mark & William Visit Kilcorney N.S. on a Snowy Morning”