Category Archives: 2013/14

St. Kevin’s Blog 2014-2015

To continue the success of the school blog from last year, every Friday, Mr. Vance will announce a “Comment of the Week”. He will put all the names of the children/ or parents, who commented on a blog post during the week, into a hat. He will choose one randomly for a prize. This could be a small token in the junior classes or a homework pass in the senior classes. We look forward to all the inputs to the blog this year and seeing all the exciting things that are happening in St. Kevin’s.


School’s Out For The Summer!!

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Many thanks to all the girls, boys, staff, parents, extended family and the board of management which all help to make St. Kevin’s the special school it is. We’re delighted that we have started the new blog this year and know that next year’s will be even better. Have a great summer everyone and we’ll start blogging again when schools starts up again!!! Mr. Vance

6th Class Final Day

The 6th class students said their “emotional” farewell to St. Kevin’s today. After a very even and “fair” rounders match against the teachers in front of the whole school, they got a guard of honour as they left the school grounds for the last time as students.

In the video below you will find some of the highlights of their day and memorable moments from the rounders match.

Congratulations to all the sixth class students on their graduation this evening and we look forward to hearing of their continued success in the future.

St. Kevin’s Students’ Year Review 2013-2014

Over the past few weeks, the classes have been discussing their favourite moments and memories of the year. In the video below, you will see some of the students’ favourite memories from the year.

Thank you to all the students for participating in the video and the teachers for helping to put it all together!




A World Cup Feast!


Ms. Murtagh’s class had a World Cup feast today! There are 32 children in the class so each child was given a team that is taking part in the World Cup. Everyone had to cook or bake something traditional from the country assigned to them. They had Belgian Waffles, Cocadas from Chile, Easter bread from Croatia, Blini from Russia, Frankfurters from Germany, sponge cake from England, honey bread from Brazil, tortillas and dips from Mexico and Honduras, French Brioche, pesto pasta from Italy, chocolate chip cookies from the USA, Fairy Bread from Australia, Sushi from Japan, tropical fruit salad from the Ivory Coast, Basboussa cake from Algeria, Dutch apple cake, Tres Leches from Costa Rica and much more!  They had great fun tasting everything and learning about different cultures.

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