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School Year 2021/2022

School Calendar

School Uniform

Note to Parents

We are continuing to answer and process enrolment queries and applications. Please email any query to us at: kilnamanaghcns@wwetb.ie

Back to School

We were delighted to see the return of our younger classes on March 1st and then the rest of the school on the 15th of March. The children can be commended for the way they have settled back in so quickly, remembered to follow the safety guidelines and how they have shown real resilience. There is now a wonderful happy buzz of learning and play to be heard daily from our school. Welcome back everyone! Fáilte ar ais!

Fáilte mór chuig Kilnamanagh CNS

Tá fáilte romhat! Kilnamanagh CNS opened in August 2019 under the patronage of the Waterford and Wexford Education and Training Board (WWETB) as a Community National School. It is the very first Community National School in County Wexford.
Our school is located about half way along the main Gorey to Wexford road, the R741. Take the turn for Rahenduff which is located just past the exit for Kilmuckridge on the opposite side of the road. Our eircode is Y25 HT63.
We started in August 2019 and were fortunate to be granted a building that was only 20 years old. Our school building is behind an old school building visible from the main road. It is nestled in the countryside with beautiful gardens, allowing plenty of space for children to play and assuring sightings of lots of different animals e.g. a wide variety of birds, rabbits or woodland creatures. We have a wonderful sensory garden and the children have had and will have opportunities to plant their own vegetables and flowers.

Kilnamanagh CNS is at the heart of the community and it is guided by core values such as equality, respect, care and community. Our school is a very happy place in which children can grow in confidence and ability, flourishing as learners and individual people. Strong partnerships with parent and the wider community are valued.

The children worked hard this first term and did us all so proud. We decided to show some of our hard work online this year for families to see. The Junior room acted out Na Trí Muc as Gaeilge and they also performed some rhymes brilliantly! Well done children.