Monthly Archives: May 2017

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5th & 6th enjoyed working in pairs on a topic of their choice for their recent project work.

They researched, gathered and edited their content before planning the layout and putting together their projects. The finished products were fantastic.

Topics included: The Rise of Pokemon, Henry Shefflin, Kiltealy, Fidget Spinners, The Rise of Video Games, World War 1 and world War 2, The Vietnam War, USA, Muhammad Ali and The Apple Brand.

Well done!!

5th & 6th Class enjoyed some reading in the fine weather recently. They are busy getting to the end of their novels.

Lets hope we get more of the same weather and we can take our learning outside again!

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Two senior members of our Green School Committee attended a ceremony in Hotel Kilkenny last week to receive their 2nd Green School Flag on the theme of Energy. Kiltealy N.S. were one of the many schools from Carlow, Kilkenny and Wexford receiving their Green Flag on the day.

The event was run by An Taisce and there were guest speakers from Wexford and Carlow County Councils, An Taisce, Irish Water and Transition Year students from De la Salle School Bagenalstown.

Katie and Ryan represented our school  and were treated to a lunch as part of the celebrations after the ceremony.

There were plenty of props around on the day which allowed for some fun photo opportunities

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Finals Here We Come



Best of Luck to our hurling and camogie teams in this years Rackard League Finals.

The teams play in a double header in St. Patrick’s Park, Enniscorthy, tomorrow, Wednesday 31st.

The Roinn B Camogie Final is the curtain raiser to the Roinn C Hurling Final.

Camogie throw-in: 7:05pm

Hurling throw-in: 8:10pm

Well done to all involved. We are extremely proud of the achievements of both teams to date and wish them every success in the finals!!!


County Projects!!!

Well done to all the boys and girls in 3rd and 4th class who completed a project based on a County in Ireland. The put a lot of time and effort into these projects and they should be very proud of them! Well done to Aisling O’Brien/Isabel Baker (3rd) and Aela Bowe (4th) who came first in each class.

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