Nagle-Rice PS, Milltown, Killarney          Phone: 066 976 7625    |   Email: office@naglericens.com

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.

 

 Recent Events

 

Christina showcases her artwork in Dublin!

 

Grandparents Day

Special thanks to all our grandparents who came to celebrate grandparents day today and to Deacon Bradley for a beautiful prayer service. There was lots of art, poems and projects on display to mark this special day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Art Partnership 

Fabulous work completed by our children as part of the Teacher Artist Partnership Summer course programme under the guidance of Artist Rochelle Lucey . Thanks to Tralee Education Centre for such a wonderful opportunity and to Rochelle Lucey for her guidance and support.

 

Learning about Science

Children across the school were very excited to participate in the SEI Energy workshops, very enjoyable and educational!

    

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

 

School enrolment will take place on Friday 7th February from 09.15-10.00

 School Enrolment Form

 

Confirmation will take place on Friday 13th March at 11.00 in Sacred Church in Milltown.

 

 

 

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.

http://www.healthpromotion.ie/hp-files/docs/HPM00478.pdf