“The more you read, the more things you will know.
The more you learn, the more places you will go.”
— Dr. Seuss

School hours are from 9.20am - 3pm. Monday - Friday


Dropping and collecting children. Pupils may be dropped off at the pupil entrance door at 9.20am. Please use the bus/car ‘stacking’ lane whilst you are waiting to drop off. Buses/Cars will drive on the left on entry to the site and follow the traffic lane around to drop the children at the pupil entrance door. All pupils are met at the pupil entrance door and directed by staff to the main hall.

At 3pm pupils will be collected from the main hall by the bus escorts. 

Any pupils being collected by parents will also be collected from the main hall at 3pm. Please use the main entrance by reception, the door will be opened before 3 pm for entry to the main hall.

No parking of cars will be permitted in the bus/car entry and exit area at any time due to the restricted space for school transport.


St. Killians is a primary school which specialises in providing programmes designed to cater for the individual needs, talents and potential of pupils with a range of specific educational difficulties.

Each child's uniqueness is valued within the school, which fosters a secure, caring and positive environment to enable pupils to develop their full potential.

The school values the contribution of all staff in the creation of such an environment and in facilitating the pupils to find within themselves the strengths to deal with their educational, personal, emotional, social and spiritual difference.

We are a Department of Education School, which is under the patronship of the Catholic BishopCork and Ross.

Children attend from Cork City and County and are transported to school by taxi, mini-bus, or parents on a daily basis.

All children have Individual Educational Plans, with targets set by both educational, health professionals, parents and the pupils where possible.

The team consists of:

Principal, Teacher, Resource Teacher, Special Needs/Classroom Assistant, Speech & Language Therapist and Occupational Therapist.

All of the above posts are subject to funding.


Our Aims

We aim to...

  • Create a secure and caring environment that challenges the pupil to develop their potential, in co-operation with parents/guardians.

  • Facilitate the child in finding within themselves the strengths to recognise their talents while dealing with their educational differences.


  • Provide a high standard of diagnostic, remediation and compensatory education.

  • Provide strategies and techniques for the child to recognise and be realistic in choices.

  • Parent involvement in the school is actively welcomed, encouraged and valued.