• Le Chéilie N.S

    Le Chéile NS is one of Limerick's newest primary schools. We opened our doors on the 1st of September 2015.

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Welcome To Le Chéile N.S’s Official Website

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Welcome to the website of Le Chéile N.S. The school opened on 1st September 2015. Le Chéile has been created from the amalgamation of Galvone N.S. and Southill Junior School. The 12 classroom school is built to the newest and highest standards and with a highly qualified, experienced and dedicated staff who offer quality in all aspects of primary education.

Our motto “Together we achieve” summarises our commitment to support each child, entrusted into our care, to maximise his/her talents and potential.

Thank you for visiting our website and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more up to date events and activities taking place in our school.


Le Chéile NS Covid Response Plan

Covid Response Plan Le Chéile NS This plan has been collaboratively devised with the BOM and In- School Management Team of Le Chéile NS, and will be communicated to all staff and parents.  Any updates or amendments will be communicated to you via the school website, social media, Whatsapp and SMS.   This is a living document and may be reviewed and amended to

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GOOGLE CLASSROOM

  Hi All, We hope you are all staying safe and keeping well. It is a very surreal time for us all. We looking foward to seeing you all soon. In the meantime, the school is using the GOOGLE CLASSROOM platform for the next few weeks to keep all our students up-to-date and also to provide some really uesful resources. Google Classroom is a

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Sugar Experiment and Presentation (Fourth Class)

The objective of our experiment was to estimate and measure the quantity of sugar in popular soft drinks sold in Ireland. Our focus was to encourage healthy eating and drinking habits in our school, and to highlight the high levels of sugar and hidden sugars in soft drinks. This lesson integrated mathematics, science, SPHE and literacy. Each group had to identify and investigate how

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Woodwork 2019

Fifth class parents and children recently completed a five week workshop focused on woodwork with their Community Education tutor Brian Mitchell. The programme involved fourteen parents and children. The project utilised cross-curricular subject areas with a strong emphasis on numeracy. Children and parents were measuring, constructing and estimating during the design of their bird boxes. The project also linked in with the Biodiversity initiative currently running in the school. In addition to the bird boxes, we constructed window boxes which will lead to the next phase of the project, planting and cultivating. There were some fantastically creative and artistic designs. There was great collaboration during the project and children and parents thoroughly enjoyed and benefitted from the experience. We cannot wait for phase two to begin.

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