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Welcome to Scoil Chlíodhna CNS

Scoil Chlíodhna Community National School is co-educational primary school in Carrigtwohill which opened in September 2015. The school caters for all classes from Junior Infants to Sixth Class.  We are currently in temporary accommodation in the grounds of Carrigtwohill GAA and are looking forward to moving to a permanent premises very soon.  

Scoil Chlíodhna CNS is a child-centred, inclusive, multi-denominational, State supported primary school which works to provide high quality education for every student.  Our school is under the patronage of Cork Education and Training Board and works in line with the Primary School Curriculum and guidelines laid down by the Department of Education and Skills.

Applications for enrolment for Junior infants 2023, and for entry to all other classes (Senior infants- 6th class) are now open. If you would like to register your child, you can do so by applying here. Closing date to apply is Friday 2nd December.  Successful applicants will be notified by Friday 9th December. Unsuccessful applicants will be placed on a waiting list.

If you would like to fill out an expression of interest form for the year 2024/2025 you can do so by applying here.  See our Enrolment policy for further information: Enrolment Policy 2020-2021

Scoil Chlíodhna CNS welcomes every child in the community we serve and creates learning opportunities in a spirit of inclusion.  Our school caters for the physical, academic, social, emotional and spiritual needs of children within the school day in a supportive and caring way.

Scoil Chlíodhna CNS seeks to develop the individual talents of our students by maintaining a strong focus on teaching, learning, collaboration and innovation.  We believe that children learn best when there are strong links between home and school and every effort is made to work together with the best interests of our pupils at heart.

Scoil Chlíodhna CNS – “Ní neart go cur le chéile” (There is no strength without unity)