Welcome to Nun’s Cross N.S.


Nun’s Cross National School is situated in the beautiful hamlet of Killiskey (nestled in the rolling Wicklow hills) beside the picturesque village of Ashford in Co. Wicklow.

Nun’s Cross School is under Church of Ireland management.

Our School

Welcome to Nun’s Cross National School. We are proud of being a kind, caring and nurturing school that values each child’s individuality and respects their unique qualities.

Our Ethos

The Church of Ireland school is a community where all pupils are equally valued and respected. Pupils experience a sense of caring and belonging, They are treated fairly and their spiritual, moral and religious development is encouraged as is their intellectual, social and academic achievement.

A word from Our Principal

Our school is a happy and safe place where every child matters. We look forward to working in partnership with you in the interest of your child’s all round learning and personal development. We have a wonderful staff and you can be assured of our full co-operation and commitment at all times. Should you have any queries or concerns at any time, please feel free to come and talk to us.
Rachel Harper, Principal.

School Library

The School Library will be open on the second and fourth Friday of the month. Junior & Senior Infants will be included with a special Storytime Hour. Book of the Month and Children’s Monthly Book Reviews are also included so get reading!

School Hours

9.10am Doors open and children get organised in their classrooms
9.30am Teaching begins
10.50-11.00am Break
12.30-1.00pm Lunch
1.50pm End of school day for Junior and Senior Infants
2.50pm End of school day for 1st to 6th Class

Parking

Stop. Drop. Go.

There is no school bus this year which frees up the bus parking space and the spaces across the road where the bus used to turn. The bus parking space can now be used for a “Stop – Drop – Go” system whereby parents can pull into the former bus space parallel to the school, drop the children off and move on to let the person behind you “Stop, Drop and Go”. This will greatly alleviate the build up of traffic in the mornings and encourages independence for the children.
If you do need to come into the school, we kindly ask that you are off the premises by 9.30am in order for the teachers to settle the children.
Please do not block the gate to the staff carpark.

Happy Children.

What the children say about their school:

"I love my school because it’s small, you get lots of attention"

“I love my school because we can be friends with children from every class.”

“I love my school because we can play fun games.”

“We have a big school building and it’s in a really quiet area.”

“We have a beautiful gardens & grass area to play in.”