Learn About Community National Schools

A Community National School is just as it says. Founded in local communities, these schools are child-centred, inclusive, multi-belief, State supported schools which strive to provide a high quality primary education for every child in line with the Primary School Curriculum and guidelines laid down by the Department of Education and Skills.

The first Community National Schools, Scoil Ghráinne and Scoil Choilm,  were opened in 2008 in Phibblestown and Porterstown in Co. Dublin. Since then several other Community National Schools have opened their doors; our own school in 2010, as well as Ard Rí CNS in Navan, Piper’s Hill CNS in Naas, Scoil Niamh in Citywest and Scoil Oscair in Lucan.

Further information on Community National Schools can be found at www.cns.ie

Notice Board

Child Safeguarding and Assessment Questionnaire

The Board of Management is reviewing the school's Child Safeguarding Statement and Risk Assessment and is seeking parental input into the review. We would really apprieciate if parents / guardians could take a few minutes to engage with the questionnaire below.

Child Safeguarding and Assessment link

Parent Guardian Teacher Association (PGTA)

The Parent Guardian Teacher Association (PGTA) would like to organise training/talks for parents to help them support their child(ren). We would like your feedback on which training/talks you would find most beneficial. This survey will only take 1 minutes and we would really appreciate your feedback.
Please submit your response by Friday 23rd September.