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Seán and Amy Kenny with their son Noah

Seán and Amy Kenny with their son Noah

Catriona Ní Cuilin, her daughter Blathnaid, and Aoibhin Ward and Aoife Tinney

Catriona Ní Cuilin, her daughter Blathnaid, and Aoibhin Ward and Aoife Tinney

Ava and Kaleigh Ní Chonchubhair

Ava and Kaleigh Ní Chonchubhair

Helen Ní Fhloinn De Roiste with her daughter Jacqueline

Helen Ní Fhloinn De Roiste with her daughter Jacqueline

Gina O'Sullivan with her son Michael

Gina O'Sullivan with her son Michael

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Seán and Amy Kenny with their son Noah

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Gaelscoil Inis Córthaidh threw open its doors recently to interested parents and future pupils for its annual open night. Also welcoming visitors was the Naíonra Réaltaí Geala, the Irish-medium pre-school in the school premises at Drumgoold.

The guests got to look around the impressive facility, and met pupils, staff, and principal Judy Uí Ifearnáin, who told them all about the subjects taught at the school, as well as the extra-curricular activities which contribute towards a vibrant school life.

The school has been growing steadily since it was founded in 1995, and is now a state-of the-art educational facility with a sports hall, library, special educational needs facilities, a general purpose room, and 16 spacious classrooms. Outside, there are two basketball courts, with plans to develop a playing pitch in the near future.

For further information on Gaelscoil Inis Córthaidh or Naíonra Réaltaí Geala or to enrol your child for the coming school­ year, please contact 053 ­9237422 or e­mail gaelscoilinis@gmail.com . Places are limited.


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