Clogheen KerryPike NS

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Clogheen/Kerry Pike National School is a mixed primary school in the village of Kerry Pike in County Cork. It serves the areas of Kerry Pike and Clogheen, near Blarney. It was built in 1986 and has over 150 pupils. The principal is Gerard Hartnett.[edit]


For the 2017

• Junior Infants: Ms Finn

• Senior Infants: Ms Lynch

• First Class: Mrs Grant

• Second Class: Mrs Spillett

• Third Class: Mrs Rochford

• Fourth Class/ Fifth Class: Mr O Sullivan

• Fifth Class/Sixth Class: Ms Lyons Murphy

• School Chaplain: Canon Liam O'Driscoll

• Special Needs Assistants: Mairead Buckley, Evelyn Riordan, Bernedatte O' Neill

• Secretary: Marian O'Donovan

-Resource teachers Mr Mcarty Mrs Cummins


Clogheen Kerry Pike encourages a wide range of physical activities among its pupils including football, hurling, basketball, and a current favourite with boys and girls from Junior Infants to Sixth Class, skipping.

As well as an indoor multifuntional area equipped with table tennis, the school grounds include a large yard, basketball courts and a large field. The school also has access to the local Gaelic Athletic Association pitch across the road from the school.

Clogheen/Kerry Pike Girls won the Cork Sciath na Scoil Football Final in the 03/04 term coached by teacher Mr O'Sullivan.

Clogheen/Kerry Pike Boys won the Cork Sciath na Scoil Hurling Final in the 06/07 term coached by teacher Mr O'Sullivan.