Nagle-Rice PS, Milltown, Killarney          Phone: 066 976 7625    |   Email:

Welcome to Nagle – Rice Primary School

Nagle-Rice Primary School is a Catholic, co-educational school situated in the town of Milltown. It operates under the patronage of  the Bishop of Kerry. The mission statement of the school is to commit to developing the full potential of each individual pupil in a happy, secure environment and seeks to be a warm and welcoming place, respectful and accommodating of diversity in race, culture, religion, gender and ability.

We value highly our relationship with parents and the local community and seek to continue to work in partnership with parents/guardians to ensure the best interest of each child is provided for, as both parents and the wider school community play a meaningful role in the future development of our school plan.


Sophia Science 

 Well done to Chloe, Sarah, Sean and Diarmuid who won 2nd place in the national Sophia physics science competition held in the University of Limerick with their project ‘ROCK-IT’. Special thanks to their mentor Cliodhna McCarthy.

We’re getting ready for Spring

Child line Breakfast Morning!

Special thanks to our Parents Association for organising our breakfast morning in aid of Childline. The children enjoyed their breakfast all dressed up for Halloween!


Halloween Fun!

Thanks to Mr O’Connors 5th class for organising Halloween Games for our infant classes!


The results of this art project highlight the creativity of our children! 




Construction in action

Football Success

Well done to our boys football team on making the final of the Colm Cooper Tournament in Killarney and a special congratulations to Fionn Coleman on winning ‘Player of the tournament’. A massive achievement for all our boys!



Class Collaboration

Senior Infants collaborate with 5th and 6th class working with clay resulting in lots of impressive creations!!


Science in action!

5th and 6th Class explore rockets, from building to launching!



Junior and Senior Infants enjoy Kerry Jersey Day!



George McAuliffe RIP

George served two consecutive terms as chairperson of our Board of Management up until his passing in January. During his time he oversaw a great many changes in our school most significantly the building of our new school. George was a tremendous support to our school community and will be sadly missed by everyone who had the pleasure of working with him.


Busy Bodies

Busy Bodies Adolescent Development Programme provides information on the physical and emotional changes that children may experience during puberty, to reassure them that puberty is a normal part of growing up.  Busy Bodies is a useful resource to help support both teachers and parents in providing information on puberty to children aged between 10 and 14. Click below to access the busybodies booklet.

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