St Michael’s PS continued with our sporting success by winning the Transition Cup in Keady High School. The soccer tournament between schools who feed into St Patrick’s HS was held on Thursday 10th May in very wet conditions. A strong performance against Foley PS saw us progress to the final with Darkley PS. The boys drew with the Darkley boys 3-3 and the girls won their game 4-0, giving us a 7-3 aggregate over the …
This page has been created to keep our parents and school community up-to-date with current activities, developments and upcoming events. Information regarding school holidays, closures, recent activities, fundraising events, blogs posted by the school community etc will be posted under this section. The Parents section of the website also includes useful links to other educational websites relevant to the curriculum, links for ordering the school uniform from School Trends, the current dinner menu and information by the Friends of …
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St Michael’s Primary School is a Catholic Controlled Maintained School in the Kilcluney Parish. Christian values are intrinsic to the education we provide. St Michael’s is a friendly school committed to the traditional values of hard work, respect for others, good manners and self-discipline. It is our aim to ensure that all children are provided with the essential values, skills, knowledge and abilities that will develop them academically, physically, socially and morally. At St Michael’s we promote our culture through language, games, dance, music and stories. We enjoy a close relationship with parents and wider community and are very thankful for the support they provide.
As you browse through the various sections of this website I hope you enjoy learning more about our school and how we aim to develop and prepare each child within our educational environment.
My thanks go to all who contributed to the formation of this website which is a tremendous addition to our school. I would encourage the school community, parents & children to become regular users of our website and to avail of the important features within it.
Mr John White.
Recent Blog Posts
On behalf of the Friends of St Michael's, I would like to say a big thankyou to all of you for your help with the preparation and sorting for the First Communion Tea. Thanks to you all for providing such lovely sandwiches, scones, traybakes, shortbread, apple tart, buns, biscuits, tea/coffee, milk, butter/jam, juice, balloons & sweet cones, and also to those who helped set up the hall and tidied up again afterwards. The tea was …
On Saturday 19th May the school community came together to celebrate the sacrament of First Communion. The Primary 4 children looked fantastic for the occasion and the great weather contributed to a wonderful day. The ceremony, celebrated by Fr Gregg, was very child friendly and with the children so well prepared the mass was a pleasure to be part of. The music, singing, readers and altar servers all contributed to the mass, making it such …
A reminder to parents that the school will be closed this Friday 25th & Monday 28th May for the Bank Holiday Weekend. School re-opens as normal on Tuesday 29th May. Wishing you all an enjoyable & safe weekend.
The children presented with the well deserved pupil of the week awards are Amy, Oisin and Sebastian. Congratulations!
There was great excitement at school when we celebrated GAA Day at school. The children wore their club / county colours and cheered on Armagh in their match against Fermanagh tomorrow.
Congratulations Orlaith and Conor, this week's Players of the Week at Burns Skills School.
To celebrate our strong links with our traditional GAA games and to support Armagh playing Fermanagh on Saturday, everyone can come to school in their Armagh Colours or a GAA top this Friday 18th May. Ard Macha Abu!
Mrs Nugent's class were treated to some fun games and activities today led by past pupil Shea McKearnan. Shea has just completed Year 2 of his Drama studies at Magee College in Derry. We look forward to having Shea back to work with us again.
The awards just keep on coming for our keen and eager readers... We are delighted to see that even with the brighter evenings and more sports commitments at this time of year the children are dedicating time to continue with their reading.
Our pupil of the week awards went to Charlotte and Cliodhna, both girls have been making a real effort, which has been noticed by both the staff and other children. Well done girls!