Welcome to Kishoge Community College

Our Mission Statement

The staff, students and parents in Kishoge Community College work together to promote a growth mindset in an active learning community. We value innovation and participate in an inclusive, creative, equality-based environment. Students collaborate and develop skills that contribute to their success and that reflect the high expectations of the school.


Junior Certificate Results 

We are truly delighted with the tremendous series of results achieved by our Junior Certificate students. Outpourings of joy, pride (and the odd case of relief) were expressed as Principal Niall Hare and the team of Year Heads presented the results to students.

Congratulations to our most wonderful hardworking and deserving of students on their fine achievements. We are indeed proud of your success.

(A big ‘Thank You’ to all the teachers and parents/guardians for their considerable support - take a bow!)

 Happy smiling faces at junior certificate results day 2018

Happy smiling faces at junior certificate results day 2018

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Calendar 2018/2019

A provisional calendar for the academic year 2018/2019 is available for viewing below.


World Robotics Championships (Mexico 2018)

A huge congratulations to Zac Reid (5th yr) on his recent appointment to Ireland's World Robotics Team. Zac and his fellow team members will participate - along with 190 other nations - in the First Global Worlds Robotics Championships. The event was held in Mexico City. 

 Zac Reid

Zac Reid

 Zac and his Robotics Team Colleagues. (From left - Pawel Zilinski, Eoghan Craven-Grace, Zac Reid and Jason Dineen.)

Zac and his Robotics Team Colleagues. (From left - Pawel Zilinski, Eoghan Craven-Grace, Zac Reid and Jason Dineen.)

UPDATE: Zac and his Irish team mates have returned from Mexico. They return with a highly prestigious and significant award namely, Best Robotic Design 2018. A team of international judges deemed the Irish team's robotic to be of superior quality for technical efficiency and functionality - how wonderful is that! Congratulations to Zac and his team mates. We are truly proud of your achievements.   


 Kristina displaying her highly prestigious 'Diploma of Excellence' award from the Irish MATHEMATICAL Teachers Association. Congratulations to Kristina from the staff and students at Kishoge Community College.

Kristina displaying her highly prestigious 'Diploma of Excellence' award from the Irish MATHEMATICAL Teachers Association. Congratulations to Kristina from the staff and students at Kishoge Community College.



 

Fáilte go Coláiste Pobail na Ciseoige
 
Under the patronage of Dublin & Dún Laoghaire ETB, Kishoge Community College operates in formal partnership with Educate Together to develop a welcoming, inclusive school community that enables young people to meet their full potential in society.
Kishoge Community College guarantees equality of access and esteem to girls and boys irrespective of their social, cultural, religious or non-religious backgrounds. It is learner-centred in its approach to education and run with a respectful partnership between parents/guardians, students, teachers and staff.


Click the link below to view the full official opening ceremony. 


News

The latest news from Kishoge Community College.

Clubs and Activities

Kishoge Community College offers a wide range of different clubs and activities to meet student needs.

Gallery

Click below to access the Gallery and view the latest photos from Kishoge Community College.


Contact Details

Kishoge Community College,

Ninth Lock Road,

Lucan, 

Co. Dublin     K78 DC89

T: 01-6877482

E: reception@kishogecc.ie


Teaching & Learning in Kishoge Community College will be an interactive and collaborative experience for students where our role as teachers will often be teacher as facilitator. We will be creative, innovative and open to new ideas in our approach to methodology. We will adopt a holistic approach to our teaching, seeing ourselves first and foremost as teachers of students (as opposed to teachers of subjects). We will share responsibility for the development of literacy and numeracy of our students and for our students’ social, personal and ethical development. We will focus on the needs of each individual student: every student in KCC must be enabled to experience success. Our approach to teaching will be open and collaborative: our doors will be open and we will develop a strong culture of sharing ideas and resources. Assessment both for and of learning, will be an integral part of our teaching practice.
— KCC Teaching Staff, First Staff Meeting, September 2014