St Patricks Day 2022

St Patrick’s Day celebrations this year were something that we’ll certainly remember as it was a return to the in-person parade of a few years ago. 

Our school took part in the parade organised by the Clonakilty Mayoral Town Council. The theme for this year’s parade was “Le chéile arís”

As part of our parade,  the pupils made a huge effort with dressing up to mark the occasion,  in the emerald green of St Patricks Day attire or in the Knockskeagh jersey colours. 

We showcased all the wonderful activities on offer in our school and all that makes Knockskeagh so special in this year’s parade. 

Well done to all pupils and staff who made this such a special day.

Our gallery displays a snapshot of pictures from our school’s display in the  St Patrick Day parade in Clonakilty.

Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh go léir ☘

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