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17 01, 2019

VEX Robotics Twitter – 2019

By |2019-01-19T17:16:02+00:00January 17th, 2019|Class of 2019, Class of 2020, School News, VEX Robotics|0 Comments

A selection of tweets on the recent Dell VEX Robotics Regionals at Kinsale Community School.  

20 12, 2018

Unclaimed Raffle Prizes

By |2018-12-20T23:13:02+00:00December 20th, 2018|School News|0 Comments

Match your ticket to one of the attached images and claim your prize!  Collect from school before 12pm, or after the Christmas break.

20 12, 2018

Show Time!

By |2018-12-20T10:46:52+00:00December 20th, 2018|School News|0 Comments

Our Christmas Concert is this evening and our school is buzzing with excitement!! 🥳🎅

The Junior Show will be from 6.30 – 7.30pm and the Senior Show will be from 7.50 – 9.00pm approx (Juniors can go home after their show). There is a 20 minute interval where there will be musicians playing to allow for parking between both shows. There won’t be a tuck-shop, so please bring your own snacks and water.

If you are only going to the Junior part of the show – please park in the top section in front of the school. Anyone staying for both shows, please park in the bottom 2 sections and the church yard is also available. STAFF ONLY TO PARK IN THE SCHOOL YARD FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY REASONS.

Juniors, Seniors, 1st and 2nd classes can be dropped and collected from the Junior Infants Room no earlier than 6.00pm. Mr. Delaney’s Class will go into Mrs. O’Callaghan’s Room and Mr. O’Brien & Ms. O’Brien/Ms. Mangan’s classes go into Ms. Donnelly’s Room.  All past pupils and kids not participating in the show must remain in the hall while the show is on.

Calendars will be for sale at the door – cost €10. There will also be a raffle with prizes galore!!

We are looking forward to seeing everyone!!

13 12, 2018

Irish Cancer Society

By |2018-12-13T18:20:34+00:00December 13th, 2018|School News|0 Comments

We presented the funds raised for the Irish Cancer Society to Nicola McMahon when she visited the school last week.  €755 was raised thanks to the Cairdeas Coffee Morning.  The Irish Cancer Society relies heavily on donations by the public.   Nicola asked us to pass on their sincere thanks to everyone who helped make the coffee morning a success.