Parteen National School, set in impressive green surroundings, nestles in the picturesque shadow of the local 19th century parish church, built in 1835, in the peaceful village of Parteen. It is hard to believe that this Clare oasis of tranquility is only a few minutes drive away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre of Limerick.

9.00am School Opens

Lunch 12.10pm - 12.40pm
                   (Junior Classes)

Lunch 12.15pm - 12.45pm
                   (Senior Classes)

1.40pm Close for Junior &
                   Senior Infants

2.40pm for all other pupils

Latest News

New Cleaner


Tracey McGleenan has been appointed as school cleaner.

New Appointments


The following appointments have been made for the 2016/2017 School Year:

Ms. Neylon will teach first class. Ms. Neylon has taught first class in Parteen during 2015/2016.

Mr. Hickey will teach Senior Infants.Mr. Hickey has taught first class during 2015/2016.

Ms. Needham will work is Support.

Ms. Meskell will work in Support.

BOM Annual Report


The BOM Annual Report for 2015-2016 has been published in the Newsletter Section of the website.

Homework Policy


The Homework Policy was ratified (with some edits to the draft) at the BOM Meeting last night. You will find it in the Policy Section. 

Charities Policy


The Charities Policy has been ratified by the BOM and is now in the Policy Section of this website.

Book Lists 2016 2017


Book lists for 2016-2017 have now been added to the Newsletter Section of the website. The Junior Infant book list has been posted out. 

June 2016 News


Please see the Newsletter Section of this website for the most recent news.

STen Scores


Please see an explanation of STen scores that has been added to the Newsletter Section. This explanation should be read in conjunction with the school reports that will be issued before we finish up.

Colours Day


We will have a Colours Day tomorrow, 3/6/16. Children are asked to bring in €2. Money will go towards the astro-turf pitch. Construction of the pitch will start on June 8th.



There have been disruptions to the water supply over the last few days. We had enough water in our storage tanks to keep us going until yesterday. Last night we heard that water would be off for another day. Cllr. Crowe organised for the fire brigade to fill our water tanks so we could stay open. The water came back earlier so it wasn't necessary in the end but we are grateful to Cllr. Crowe and the fire services for this nonetheless.

© Parteen National School 2016