Wed, Oct 18th, 2023
This year's Music and Culture Week, from January 22nd to 26th, had a full programme of musical, dance and art activities. Highlights of the week included performances by the Garda Band and a performance of a Bach cantata, which is part of the Leaving Cert music curriculum. This recital, featuring a group of professional singers and musicians, including past-pupil Ross Scanlon, was attended by senior music students from other local schools and was a tremendous success. Everyone was also wowed by an excellent art exhibition, featuring the work of current and past-pupils.
This year's Multicultural Day was held on Friday, January 26th and had a range of events including Brazilian Capoeira and African Drumming workshops. As in other years, the centrepiece of the day was a major food fair with, and this year forty families, representing twenty-three different nationalities and cultures, were involved.
The Assessment Day for incoming First Year students for the 2024-2025 will take place on Saturday morning, January 27th, at the school.
Parents/Guardians are advised to check their emails for full details.
Every good wish to all of our students and former students, to their families and to all of our friends for Christmas and New Year.
We hope that you will all stay safe and well over the Christmas period, and that you will find time to relax and spend time with your loved ones.
Best wishes to everyone for health and happiness in 2024.
School reopens on Monday, January 8th 2024.
The school held another very worthwhile and successful College & Careers Awareness Week from December 4th to 9th.
Like in other recent years, there was a strong emphasis on involving past-pupils; those currently attending third-level colleges along with others who have gone on to pursue a variety of careers in the worlds of business and industry.
The Junior Cycle results for 2023 were issued today, Wednesday, October 18th. Congratulations to all of the students involved and their teachers and SNAs on some excellent results!
The school's Wellbeing Week takes place from Monday to Friday, October 16th to 20th. There is a wide range of activities for all year groups including Yoga and Meditation, as well as workshops with Shout Out and Zeeko and a Tony 10 talk. The week culminates with a First Year bonding trip to Avondale.
St Kilian's CS will hold its Open Night on the evening of Tuesday, September 26th, from 6.45pm to 8.45pm.
All primary school pupils and their parents, guardians and families are invited to join us as we celebrate our school and its students.
Past pupils and friends are also very welcome.
Applications for places in First Year 2024-2025 will be accepted from October 2nd until October 23rd 2023.
The Admissions Notice and Application Form (Part 1) are attached.
Please contact the School Office if further information is required.
From September 7th to 12th, four 6th Year students, Cara Byrne, Alannah Howick, Laura Kiselova, and Seán Fox Plunkett accompanied by the school Chaplain, Ms. Sheelagh Murtagh, will take part as helpers on the Dublin Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes. We wish them good luck on their travels and in their important work in Lourdes.
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