St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
 


 

St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
 
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
  St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
 
St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS St Brigids School - Ticknevin NS
OUR HISTORY...

Ticknevin National School is one of four schools in the Parish of Carbury.

The school is named after Kildare's patron Saint, St. Brigid.

It first opened it's doors in September 1953. It was a two teacher, two roomed school in those days.

St. Brigids has grown over the 59 years, and due to rising population it has since been extended twice and currently has 84 pupils enrolled.

There are now four mainstream teachers and one full time learning support teacher. All classrooms now enjoy use of the latest technology with interactive whiteboards in each one.

Thanks is due to the many committees, local Clergy, parents, teachers, councillors and politicians for the wonderful modern school we now have, with a new car park, school facilities, resource rooms, secretary and wonderful teachers.