The Parents’ Association will be holding a used clothing collection on Wednesday 22nd May. Please drop off your bags of old clothing outside the school between 8.30-9.30am. Accepted: clothes shoes linens towels belts handbags Not accepted: Duvets Pillows Soft toys
How many superheroes can you name in this picture?
The staff and Board of Management of Killygarry National School would like to say a sincere word of thanks to all the parents and wider community who supported our Book Fair in February. As a result of your support the school has got €1748 worth of free books for the Accelerated Reading Scheme which is […]
The Parents Association will be holding their Annual Sponsored Walk on Sunday 31st of March @ 11.30am. The walk will begin at Killygarry GAA Grounds and will finish at Killygarry National School. There will be light refreshments served in the Community Centre and all cards returned to the school will be entered into a special […]
We had great fun dressing up as book characters for World Book Day. Here are a few photos.
5th and 6th classes got together and made crosses from rushes to celebrate Saint Brigid’s day. There is an old tradition where a piece of cloth is left outside as well as a cross the night before and Saint Brigid blesses them both. The next morning (Saint Brigid’s day) they are brought into the house […]
Scholastic Book Fair will be at the school next week. Each class will get an opportunity to visit the book fair each day during school hours to look at and purchase books of their choice. If we reach the last copy of any book we will order the book for the child and it should […]
Have a look at all the fruit faces that children made as part of their oral language theme on food! Well done everyone!
Our ‘Run around Europe’ Challenge went so well, that we have decided to take on ‘Climb the Heights’ skipping challenge. We will begin our challenge on Monday, January 21st for four weeks. If one skip represents one metre – how many mountains do you think you can climb? Click on the following link for information […]
Our theme for Oral Language Homework this month is food. Here is a link for some nursery rhymes about food: https://www.bigeyedowl.co.uk/show_songs.php?t=8 Here is the famous photo by Charles Ebbets “Lunch atop a Sky Scraper” Ø Who are these men? Ø Where do you think they are? (Rockefeller Center, New York) Ø What meal are they […]