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St Brigid's Secondary School Killarney

Important Announcement

Please see below an important letter for the entire school community re. consumption of nut based products. 

Nut Allergy Letter to Parents


TY trip to Knock

Transition year students from St.Brigids Secondary School Killarney travelled to Knock on the 11th of February.

The girls spent just over two hours exploring the apparation site, and were then free to go and fill their holy water bottles to bring home to parents and grandparents and even browse through souvenir shops or avail of a light refreshment before departing for home.

Most of the girls had not been to Knock before and were really happy to make the long journey there and to witness the beauty of our own Marian shrine and become aware of its message of hope.


Rowing News February 2019

Well done to our 4 first year teams who participated in the Get Going Get Rowing indoor rowing competition in UL on the 14th if February . The under-14 girls performed very well in a field of 65 teams, with a top 20 finish by Aimee Sexton, Julianne Friel, Sophie Crowley and Chantelle O'Sullivan. Huge congrats go to our TY team of Grace and Marie Courtney, Edel Sweetman, Tara O' Donoghue and Emer O'Dowd who won gold in an exciting battle to the finish beating Laurel Hill of Limerick into 2nd place. Super stuff!


Congratulations Ciara!

Congratulations to Ciara Kennelly who has achieved the qualifying standard for the European Youth Olympics after her fantastic jump of 1.75 at the Munster Junior High Jump Championships in Nenagh last Sunday, and in the process added another Munster record to her ever increasing list of achievements. Ciara has also been carded by Athletics Ireland which is a huge achievement for such a young and talented athlete. We are very proud of Ciara and her achievements


IWISH conference

On Thursday the 7th of February, students from TY and 5th Year visited the IWISH Conference in City Hall, Cork. The conference and interactive exhibition is an initiative which aims to inspire, encourage and motivate young female students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths. 


Wheelchair Basketball Competition

On the 7th of February, 19 of St. Brigids Killarney TY students took part in a wheelchair basket ball tournament held in Neptune Stadium Cork. The girls made it to the final, beating Boherbue Comprehensive School by 1 point, and bringing home the regional trophy. The girls will be attending the All Ireland Play Off in Dublin on the 14th March. We wish them the best of luck!


Parents' Council Used Clothes Collection

Information regarding the Parents' Council Used Clothes collection in support of extra-curricular activities can be found by clicking the link below: 

Used Clothes Collection