School

Glenageary Killiney National School in Wyvern on Killiney Road is a co-educational school under Church of Ireland (Anglican) management that serves the parish of St Paul’s Church, Glenageary, as well as the parishes of Holy Trinity Church, Killiney and St Matthias’ Church, Killiney Parish Ballybrack. There are approximately 250 children enrolled in the school, with one teacher per class from junior infants to sixth class. Although 12 full-time teachers are employed, the school boasts a number of part-time and additional full-time staff, totalling 24.
 Subjects covered in the curriculum include, Religious Education, English, Mathematics, Irish, Science, History Geography, S.P.H.E., Music, Visual Arts & Drama and Physical Education. The Board of Management funds the teaching of recorder to all pupils in second class and 50 per cent of tuition costs for pupils in third class.  Pupils may avail of lessons in Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Trumpet, Oboe, Drums and Guitar.

School admissions policy

The admission policy for GKNS is available to read here. The annual admission notice will also be found on the school website (see below). Generally there is a specified period in October/November during which enrolment application forms are made available and must be returned, after which places are allocated according to the admission policy for the following September.
For more information, see www.gkns.ie