Each class had great fun designing pumpkins for the school reception. Special thanks to Julie Roche for planting, harvesting and putting the school display together. It is great for all the children to see each day. [gallery columns="2" size="large"...
Top Maths Tips for Parents Encourage children to think flexibly about numbers. Encourage drawing whenever you can (mathematicians draw sketches all the time!). When you help your children, do not lead them through step by step, as this takes away important learning...
5th and 6th class have been busy solving Tangram Puzzles and conducting science experiments.
About Our School
Rylane National School is a mainstream co-educational school with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth Class. Set in the picturesque townland of Mountrivers in Rylane, our primary school is beautifully nestled in the green countryside with the magnificent Muskery mountains in view. Rylane National School is a Catholic Primary School in the Parish of Aghabullogue.
The original school building dates back to 1914 and huge celebrations were held in the school in 2014 to mark its centenary.
Our school comprises of 4 classrooms and 70 pupils. We have a teaching principal (Special Educational Needs Teacher), four mainstream class teachers, two Special Needs Assistant and one part-time Secretary.
Our school crest resembles our identity; heritage, learning, sport and community. Within Rylane National School, we strive to establish an environment where each child is given an opportunity to learn and grow, academically, physically, intellectually, spiritually, socially and emotionally. This is reflected in our school ethos where pupils of all ages and abilities are encouraged to reach their maximum potential in all curricular, spiritual and extra-curricular areas.
Our school motto ‘Chun Mhaitheas an Linbh’ or ‘For the Good of the Individual Child’ reflects the approach of inclusivity we instill in all aspects of school life in Rylane National School.
Broad & Balanced
Ní neart a cur le chéile!
There is no strength without unity!