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Calling Kildare Junior Infants parents - don't miss Part 4 of our First Days at School supplement

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Calling Kildare Junior Infants parents - don't miss Part 4 of our First Days at School supplement

Some of the most eagerly anticipated and much-loved Leinster Leader editions each year are those with our First Day at School Junior Infants supplement, featuring pictures of the Junior Infants from schools across the county.

The First Day at School 2020 was like no other owing to the Covid-19 pandemic and with schools being closed since last March, a huge volume of work was undertaken by school board of managements, principals and teachers in the preparation for their September reopening. 

The fourth of this year's First Day at School Junior Infants supplement - in the issue of Tuesday, October 20 - features pictures from schools in Timahoe, Killina, Derrinturn, Rathcoffey, Staplestown, Ticknevin, Coill Dubh and the Curragh.

As usual, this year's issue features lots of big smiles from all the little scholars in their new classes. Thanks to photographer Aishling Conway, and the schools and pupils who took part this year.

We have been bringing out this supplement for many years now, and it always gets a great response from schools, parents and communities.

Make sure to get your hands on a copy of this week's Leinster Leader - don't miss out! 


Timahoe National School;

Oliver Plunkett NS, Killina, Carbury;

St Conleth's National School, Derrinturn;

Rathcoffey National School;

Scoil Naomh Mhuire, Staplestown;

St Brigid's National School, Ticknevin;

Coill Dubh National School;

Curragh BNS

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