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\nThis week we are celebrating Catholic School’s Week in Kilbride National School. Catholic School’s Week takes place from Sunday 22nd January to Sunday 29th January 2023. The theme for this year i...
\nMrs Mallee and the Fifth and Sixth Class were chosen this year to twin with a school in America. Kilbride National School were twinned with Boyne Valley Middle School in Michigan as part The Regional...
\nWe are delighted to inform you all that this year we are going to celebrate Grandparents, Godparents and Family Day as part of Catholic School’s Week. We are celebrating this very important day on ...
\nCongratulations to Roisín Healy, Mark Phillips, Eddie Hegarty, Lauren McManus, Hannah Coroon, Grace Crinion, Jennifer Rennick and Darragh McGee who will be representing our school in the Credit Unio...
\nThe children have been very busy performing their plays for one another today, Wednesday the 14th December 2022. Why not check out the relevant class tabs for some pictures of the dress rehearsals an...
\nWe have a very busy week ahead of us here in Kilbride National School. We will be continuing with our Twelve Days of Christmas. Mrs Mallee, Cian, Scott, Ryan and Darragh are bringing their Intel Proj...
\nGood Luck to Darragh, Scott, Cian and Ryan this Tuesday, 13th December, in the next stage of the Intel Mini Scientist Competition. We are so proud of you all and your hard work. Thank you to Mrs Mall...
\nWe have a Christmas Surprise for the children this year! The last fewyears have been challenging for our children and they have dealt with all the challenges withgreat resilience and good humour. The...
\nWell done to Cathal Murphy in fourth class who won first prize in the Children’s Book Festival Short Story Competition. Cathal wrote a brilliant story and won a hamper of books to the value of €5...
\nWe are very busy in the school with Christmas Plays and here are the times for your information. The  plays will take place on Thursday 15th December 2022\n\n\n\nRang Cairde Nua 9am - Ms. Corcoran\n\n\n\n9:...
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Our school ethos is to create a warm, caring, friendly atmosphere where learning and willingness to learn are central.

Fruit Picking in our School Garden

Welcome to Kilbride National School

Greetings from the Principal

It is a great honour to welcome everyone to the website of Kilbride National School. A website which captures the wonderful spirit of our school. As evident from our website, our school has and always will be about our children. It is very important to us all,that our website reflects this. Our children had a huge involvement in the creation of this website and were excited to see their fantastic art work displayed throughout.

As you can see, Kilbride National School is a creative and forward thinking school which draws on the talents and skills of our school community to provide the best possible holistic education for our children. Everyday, we strive to ensure that the well-being of each and every child is paramount. The happiness of each and every child is our main focus. We have a saying in our school, ‘ Everyone has a right to come to school happy and go home happy!’ Our school is one of respect where all of our children are treated fairly and are taught the importance of treating each other with the same fairness and respect.

We are a school of equals where connections are made as soon as our children start school. One of our children commented that what they loved about our school was that everyone was treated fairly and everyone received the same encouragement. We hope that our children hold these values for the rest of their lives once they leave our school.

We have a wonderful staff in our school who enjoy working with our children and parents. It is an honour to pay tribute to their dedication and hard work. Their commitment to our school is to be commended. It is wonderful to walk the corridors in our school and hear laughter in the classrooms.

We are very fortunate to have an extremely supportive parent body and their representative Parent Association. Our Board of Management works tirelessly on behalf of our school and provides great support to our school community.

I would to thank everyone who has contributed to the creation of this new and exciting website. I truly hope that it captures the heart and soul of our great school.

Mrs Murphy

School details

Kilbride National School,
Kilbride, Trim. County Meath.
C15 EK88

046 9431945


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To enable the child to live a full life and to realise his/her potential as a unique individual.


To enable the child to develop as a social being through living and co-operating with others and so play an active role as members of a democratic society.


To prepare the child for further education and life-long learning.