Welcome to Kill o the Grange!


Kill O’ The Grange National School opened its doors in 1963 and is now in a beautiful new building since 2004. Our co-educational school is managed by a Board of Management, which is comprised of the Kill Of the Grange Parish Rector, the principal, parish nominees alongside both teacher and parent nominees. The objective of the School is to promote a happy, intimate and caring environment inclusive to all. A place of learning that teaches Christian values and instills strong values and self worth so our pupils are given the opportunity to meet their potential. It is a school that recognises every child as an individual.

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Under the artistic, creative and editorially strong guidance of Miss Lucy Harris (the 6th class teacher) the Pod Squad was created. Roles were designated for episode one where the team consisted of 4 x hosts (Hari Friel, Heidi Fitzell, Susanna Bloomer and Daniel Clabby), managers, Communication, research, digital (editors) and script writers. In this their first episode, the team interview students and staff about kindness (the theme throughout this episode), provide book and movie recommendations, hear highlights and insights from school plus lots more. Well done to all involved on a wonderful listen and a superb first episode. 










Well done to the KOTG boys and girls hockey teams who represented their school against St. Andrews Junior School on Tuesday 16th November in St. Andrews College.

The girls team was mostly comprised of 5th class girls but with two super players brought up from 4th Class saw them charge to victory with a 2 - 0 win!! Well done Girls!







On the same day on the pitch alongside the girls, the 5th class boys hockey team (with 2 players from 4th class and 1 from 6th class) saw them also the victors with a 2-1 win against St Andrews Junior School 6th Class B team. 

Super play with a great sporting attitude by all involved. We must say a huge thank you to the KOTG Hockey Committee for organising these matches!




A warm welcome back to you all and a very happy new year 2022. We hope everyone had a

lovely Christmas break. All of us will have experienced some compromise in one way or another to the Christmas we once took for granted but no matter the circumstances we hope you had a good break and got to spend some time with those that you love. We have only 6 weeks until mid term so enjoy your time back with your friends - it will be getting brighter by 2 minutes each day until June 21st... Spring is in the air!


School will be closed for the Spring mid term break, Monday 21st February and will re-open on Monday 28th February. 


All our ECA's return as of now with hockey recommencing this Friday 8th January at 6.30pm. School football is back on Tuesday with a new (less muddy) location of the Astro Pitches in the Blue Pool every Tuesday. Also making a return week beginning Monday 10th January is Badminton / Art / Dance and Drama / Fun with Music. We hope you enjoy them!


The Admissions process for Junior Infants 2022 has now closed with all places accepted. Many thanks to those of you that applied to our school. We have been in touch with everyone now and we wish all your children the very best in their educational journey. 


If you are interested in applying to our school for the academic year commencing in September 2023 and subsequent years then please contact the office for a pre-enrolment form at the following address:  admissions@kogrange.com or 01 - 2894578



Keep an eye on Seesaw for the latest news and updates from our classes! There are some wonderful photos being posted from the classroom world so do take the time to explore your child's profile. If anyone is having issues accessing their accounts please don't hesitate to contact the admin office. 


Aladdin Connect is the main platform of communication used by the school. It is a multifunctional app; Once you download it, you can report your child’s absences, view reports and test results, provide permission for tours, order tracksuits, crests / ties and pay bills. It is an incredibly useful tool and easy to use as you can send information directly to the class teacher and the class SNA and report any lateness pertaining to appointments and more. From a school’s perspective, it was introduced as a more efficient and effective method of communication between the school, families and our  classes. If any parent or guardian is yet to access Aladdin or is unsure of it's workings please don't hesitate to contact the admin office.