Clonmoney National School
Clonmoney National School is a co-educational Catholic school and was founded in 1956. It is located next to Our Lady of the Wells Church in the parish of Newmarket-on-Fergus. Our pupils come from surrounding areas such as Bunratty, Clonmoney, Drumline, Deerpark, Woodpark, Ardkyle, Hurlers Cross and Ballycasey, a combination of rural and suburban areas. There are 129 pupils attending from Junior Infants to Sixth Class. Five class teachers, one resource teacher and one learning support teacher are employed as well as three Special Needs Assistants.
Clonmoney National School through a holistic approach, aspires to achieve the full potential of each student, with particular concern for those who are disadvantaged and marginalized. Underpinning this is the Catholic ethos based on truth, justive, tolerence respect and self-worth, which are central to our school philosophy and catholic ethos.
- To enable our pupils to have full lives as children.
- To equip them to avail themselves of turther education.
- To prepare them to live full and useful lives as adults in society.