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The third and fifth classes would like to present their musical production, Oliver on Thursday, February 1st in Mullingar Arts Centre.

The musical is on this Thursday at 7.30. Tickets are available from the school. Family tickets are €20, tickets for adults 10 euro.

We are looking forward to the production! Break a leg!


Mini Scientist Grand Final

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Best of luck to our fifth class girls who are representing the school in the Intel Mini Scientist Grand Final this Friday, February 2nd.

They will be displaying their project 'DNA in our genes' in the Helix in DCU.

If you would like to come view their project, and indeed any of the projects that have made it this far, the exhibitions will be on display from 9.15 to 11 and again from 12 to 1.

Best of luck to Anna, Ellen, Meadhbh and Shannon on the day - the school is very proud of their achievement in getting this far and we are sure they'll do us proud on the day!

Mini Scientist

Christmas Wool Hats

This week, the children made wool hats to embrace the cold and celebrate Christmas.

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Here are some more examples of hats made!

Hats 5th

Fifth Class Boys' Final Victory

Well done to the fifth class boys who won the Fifth class Hurling competition in Dunganny yesterday, 20th December.

Up against a strong St. Paul's Navan team, Kildalkey settled into the task well with a great goal from James. With Kildalkey's defence to the fore, and Thomas and Jamie putting in strong shifts in midfield, St. Paul's were finding it hard to break them down. When James and then Conor goaled again to add to points from Thomas and Caemerhon, it left the half time score 3-3 to 0-1.


Kildalkey kept the pressure on in the second half. Despite conceding an early goal to St. Paul's, they kept adding to the scoreboard with great points from James, Conor Mc, Caemerhon and Thomas adding to the good work being done out the field. Aaron and James were constant threats, keeping the St. Paul's defence on its toes. With Patrick producing great saves in goal, added to sterling defending from Shay, Conor B, the two James and Mark, St. Paul's were unable to bridge the gap. Eventually, the final whistle went and the game was over with the victory claimed on a scoreline of 3-7 to 1-2.


Afterwards, Conor and Jamie collected the shield and made rousing speeches. Well done to the fifth class hurlers on a well deserved win, having defeated Kells, Boardsmill and Dunderry en route to yesterday's final. The future is bright!

Fifth Class Boys' Hurling Final

The fifth class boys' hurling final will take place on Wednesday, 20th December in Dunganny at 3.00.

Best of luck to the boys. They have beaten St. Colmcille's N.S. Kells, Boardsmill N.S. and Dunderry N.S. en route to the final. They will take on St. Paul's N.S., Navan in the final who themselves have beaten Kill N.S. and Dunboyne S.P.S. to get to the final.

The very best of luck to the fifth class hurlers!


(Article updated 18/12/17 to show confiirmation of time)

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