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Kilmagner NS was delighted to be selected to team up with The Glucksman Gallery in UCC for an exciting collaboration. The scheme will involve a number of things including, workshops, homework, art education, an artist visit and will culminate in a visit by KNS to The Glucksman. A big thank you to Glucksman Curator, Tadhg Crowley for including Kilmagner in this amazing initiative and to artist Fiona Kelly who has kindly loaned us one of her beautiful pieces as well as doing a workshop with the children. Keep an eye on The Evening Echo for our students!
Here are some pictures of the workshop.
Due to “The Beast from the East”, World Book Day in Kilmagner was rescheduled to Thursday March 8th. The children, as always really got into the spirit of things and wore some wonderful book related costumes. In addition, the children took part in peer-paired reading in which older children read with younger children. This was a great success, and the children seemed to enjoy it immensely. Well done children! Here are some photos from the day.
Hurling training recently kicked off again in Kilmagner. Boys and girls from Junior Infants to Sixth Class had great fun and exercise in the brilliant sunshine. Training will continue every Tuesday at lunchtime, weather permitting.
Our open night will now go ahead on March 15th due to an adverse weather forecast. Same time, 6pm tp 7:30pm. See you there.
Kilmagner NS Open Evening 2018 Slideshow
Well done to 5th and 6th class who recently took part in a basketball blitz which was organised by the Cork Sports Partnership. This was a fun (mixed) blitz and the childrern really enjoyed it. Kilmagner proved themselves to be very accomplished players indeed throughout the day. Also, we even had our own cheeleader! Continue reading
We were delighted to recently take delivery of our new school jerseys. The purchase of the jerseys was made possible due to the help of two groups of people. The current Sixth Class Parents and last year’s 6th class pupils (who organised a bake sale to raise funds for the school). With many events coming up, the children will look the part at each and every event. Go raibh míle maith agaibh.