Welcome to Kill National School, also known as St. Brigid's School or Scoil Bhríde, situated in the beautiful and friendly village of Kill, Co. Kildare, Ireland. Kill is incidentally Silver medal winner 2011, 2012 in Tidy Towns competition.

You will find lots of information about activities connected with the school and education. Please check back on a regular basis and add us to your favourites. We welcome any thoughts or suggestions you might have to make this resource more user friendly and informative :)

Scoil Bhríde has 22 Mainstream class teachers, 6 + teachers in Learning Support, 12 Special Needs Assistants and 2 teachers for children with autism. We are also delighted to have more than 600 wonderful children here each day. There is also a preschool with a staff of 3 teachers on site.

Most new information is referenced in the Latest News Page and may be available elsewhere on the site. Of particular interest are the Web Links of Interest and General Parent Info -  both on the Parents Page and of course, School Policies

The original school was built in 1950.  It was built as a four-roomed building, three classrooms and a cookery room.  Obviously this building did not suffice for very long and the first of five prefabricated classrooms were added in 1967.  In 1976/77 the school was extended.  Four new classrooms, a general purpose room, an office and staff room were built.

In September 2011 we  moved in to our brand new school.

The school teaches the Department of Education & Skills prescribed curriculum in an innovative and creative manner. Our School Motto is "Obair agus Áthas". We have won many awards in the areas of drama, science, technology, sport and music.

We hope you enjoy your visit.

Brendan Kelleher (Principal) & Staff


Quick Tour of the school

asd unit
beside outside garden
even more asd
Front of school
Front of school also
Gairdin na Scoile
more asd unit
Music room
outside library
start stop bwd fwd

With thanks to Margaret Callery for © photography and Mr. Gordon for additional hard work and contributions.