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Kilbrittain National school’s Health Promoting School Committee is back up and running this year and this year we are making a real effort to improve the health of our school.
Here is a picture of our new health promoting schools committee. Congratulations to all our new committee members.
Have a look at our Health Promoting schools Board to see some of the pupils achievements. We are very proud of all of our students achievements.
Here are some of the boys and girls most recent achievements.
If you have any ideas about how we can improve the health of our school community why not pop a suggestion into out suggestion box in the school corridor

We are encouraging all the pupils, staff and school community to swap their chocolate and sweets for fruit and veg.. As well as learning all about healthy eating in class, we are all making a big effort to bring fruit and veg in our lunchboxes. The class with the most fruit and veg in their lunch boxes gets the ‘Healthiest Classroom’ prize at Friday’s Assembly. Why not take a peek at our Healthy Eating policy.


To ensure a healthy and safe environment for all, the staff and pupils have been brushing up on their first aid skills. All staff attended STAC First Aid training recently and pupils in 3 to 6 class are now studying the FAY First Aid programme. Well done everyone.

Take a look at our Health and Safety Policy below

Health & Safety Policy

We are very happy to be running the ‘Zippy’s Friends’ programme in our school. The Zippy’s Friends programme, which is aimed at five to seven year olds of all abilities, teaches young children how to develop skills to cope with problems that may occur in adolescence and adulthood. It teaches them how to cope with everyday difficulties, to identify and talk about their feelings and to explore ways of dealing with them.

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