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St Francis of Assisi Primary School, Madden Row, Keady
May School Closures As per text message please note date change for May bank holidays. School will now close Mon 3rd and Tues 4th May. Friday 28th May pupils WILL now attend. School closed Mon 31st May - Fri 4th June included. | Mrs O Malley’s and Mrs McEvoy’s Classes Hurling/Camogie Coaching 9:30-10:30am in Madden Row playing field starting this Monday 26th April for 6 weeks. Check website calendar for dates. Pupils can wear in PE gear and should take hurling/camogie sticks, helmets and football boots if you have them at home please. Boots can be taken in a school bag or boot bag. If in case of wet weather please put school uniform in bag with dry shoes and socks. Pupils will change only if necessary.
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8th Apr 2021
Find attached new dinner menu for Term 3. Refer to Week 2 for menu options wk...
7th May 2021
It was great to see all the AMAZING outfits last Friday to celebrate the final day...
30th Apr 2021
Our Primary 6 children completed their final day of Level 2 Cycle Training with Sustrans!...
29th Apr 2021
With the finish line of the Sustrans 'Big Pedal 2021' approaching, our School Council...
29th Apr 2021
Our Primary 6 cyclists braved the steep mountain that is Madden Row and headed for...
29th Apr 2021
DE are asking for parents views on the Scheme to deliver Direct Payments in lieu...
28th Apr 2021
14 pupils from Primary 6 set out on their first day of cycle training with Sustrans!...
25th Apr 2021
Wow doing great everyone 🎉 Let’s keep going folks...only 5 days left. HOW...
23rd Apr 2021
As you all know, the Sustrans 'Big Pedal 2021' began on Friday 19th April and we...
1st Apr 2021
Mr Rafferty’s Primary 6 class ‘hopped’ back into action with games,...
31st Mar 2021
Great to be back in the middle of all this madness again! Mrs McEvoy’s Primary...


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Mission Statement

In St. Francis of Assisi Primary School Keady, we aim to educate our children in a safe, happy and stimulating school environment to enable them to fulfil their unique potential.

We aim to create opportunities for children to collaborate in the learning process, become lifelong learners, have mutual respect and contribute positively to their local and global societies for the good of all.

Christian values are placed at the centre of our daily life and underpin all the relationships we develop in a caring school community.

St Francis of Assisi Primary School is a Catholic School and values strong links between home, school and parish, and welcome all children and their families.

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