Kells Parochial National School
Kells Parochial National School is an urban school, meeting the needs of the Church of Ireland and related Protestant communities within the Parishes of Kells and Donaghpatrick.
The school vision endeavors to promote the moral, spiritual, emotional, intellectual, physical and social development of all the pupils in its care.
Kells Parochial National School seeks to uphold and express the doctrines, moral teachings, traditions, practices and customs of the Church of Ireland.
This distinctive spiritual and moral dimension permeates the core values and daily life of the school.
The values of honesty, charity, kindness, patience and personal responsibility are encouraged.
Parents seeking to enroll their child/children in Kells Parochial National School are requested to return a completed Enrolment Application Form (available from the school) to the principal by 14th February each year.
Healthy Parent/Teacher communication plays a very important role in the education of your child. The school communicates with parents informally at the beginning and end of the school day. There will be a formal parent/teacher meeting during the school term after Christmas. Other appointments may be made on the request of parents or teachers.
The Bishop of Meath & Kildare is the Patron of Kells Parochial National School.